Keto blue-cheese dressing

Wonderfully creamy. So versatile. Enjoy this tangy keto sauce on salads, meat, or chicken. And it works as a super tasty dip for veggies. Can you say winning?
Wonderfully creamy. So versatile. Enjoy this tangy keto sauce on salads, meat, or chicken. And it works as a super tasty dip for veggies. Can you say winning?
USMetric
4 servingservings

Ingredients

  • 5 oz. 150 g blue cheese
  • ¾ cup 175 ml Greek yogurt
  • 8 tablespoons 120 ml mayonnaise
  • 2 tablespoons 2 tablespoons fresh parsley, finely chopped
  • salt and pepper
  • heavy whipping cream or water (optional)

Instructions

Instructions are for 4 servings. Please modify as needed.

  1. Place the cheese into a small bowl and use a fork to break it up into coarse chunks.
  2. Add yoghurt and mayonnaise and mix well.
  3. Let sit for a few minutes to allow the flavors to develop.
  4. Salt and pepper to taste. Dilute with water or heavy cream if needed.

Tip!

This dressing keeps for 3-4 days in the refrigerator.

Check out our mayo recipe for an extra, homemade touch. Try this dressing on a fresh, chopped salad, topped with some avocado. Or on top of our amazing cheeseburgers. Absolutely delicious!

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23 Comments

  1. andreas
    I was all Out of parsley, still a real treat! Recomended for all blue cheeze lovers like myself ?
  2. Alison A
    What did you serve it with,any ideas
  3. Claudia
    Really good with spicy chicken wings!
  4. Jenny
    Almost ANYTHING!
  5. Remi
    All the greek yogurt i've found is not low carb. What brand is best?
    Reply: #22
  6. Christopher
    I remember reading somewhere that with live culture Greek yogurt, the carb count on the label can be ignored because the cultures eat all the remaining sugar.
    Of course I want to find this reference again, but am failing to! :)
    I think it was in one of Steve Phinney's books, not not 100%
    Anybody here know the scoop on this?
    Thanks.
    Going to try this soon.
  7. Christopher
    Found it:
    "Although the total carbohydrates in yogurt may seem on the high side, in naturally fermented yogurt (the stuff that doesn't contain gelatin), much of this ‘carbohydrate’ was lactose that has since been converted to lactic acid. "
    Phinney, Stephen; Volek, Jeff. The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Performance (p. 57).

    BTW, the above is a GREAT book.

  8. Dave Tracz
    This was soo delicious and easy. Even better the next day. I used crumbled gorgonzola cause it was on sale. Good on salad or dipping broccoli - or even with a bunless burger.
  9. Rosalie
    This dressing is the best I have ever had. I use Fage Greek Yogurt (plain, full fat), which is delicious on its own.
  10. Christin
  11. Ninns
    1 word amazing feeling guilty though never had a diet wit so much flavor
  12. Brigitte
    I love the new layout with the recepies, that you can choose 1 or 4 servings. But now I miss the european explanation for oz and other, like 6 fl. oz. nooooo idea how much that is :(

    Brigitte (from the Netherlands)

  13. Brigitte
    Geeezz... nvm I found the little Metric button. Sowwy :)

    Brigitte

  14. Kelly
    How long will it last in the fridge?
  15. Lisa
    I'm curious how long this will last too in the fridge
  16. Anette
    Hm, what are the quantities of the ingredients do I use for the blue-cheese dressing????
  17. Dorothy Miller
    I use sour cream instead of yogurt when making blue cheese dressing.
  18. Sharon
    i see a wedge salad in my future ;-)
  19. miranda
    all these recipes sound delicous but I am not really low carbing (as in lower than 50 grams per day, I think I'm having 60-75 grams pd. Can I still have all this fat (mayo, heavy cream, fat cheese and more of that stuff) or should I lower that a bit then?
  20. Theresa
    I bake chicken breasts, lather in hot sauce, and dip them in blue cheese...also eat them with chicken wings...my fav!
  21. avondarcye
    I used sour cream instead of yogurt and added some apple cider vinegar - delish
  22. Peter
    I always use Bulkan Yogurt 3/4 cup has 9g carbs and 8g sugar and less is more so make sure it is made with milk, cream and active culture and that is it.
  23. Dave
    All Greek yogurt seems to be non-fat these days, so I bought whole cream-on-top regular yogurt and skipped the additional heavy cream. OMG - delicious veggie dip. Bet it would be good on a hamburger patty...

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