Homemade Balsamic Vinegarette


Three reasons why you should make this dressing:

1) It’s simply delicious made the whole foods way, no MSG or additives

2) Here’s a coupon to my favorite vinegar, save $1 if your store doubles

3) It’s ridiculously easy to make on demand and tastes great on everything, including salads, breads and vegetables.

Do you still need more reasons why you should make it?

When you make the homemade ranch seasoning, you can make ranch dressing and ranch dip here. Now you two reasons why you should make homeade ranch. And you can make Ranch cheddar burgers {freezer style}, so be sure to triple your recipe like I do. Ranch is good with everything, right?

Enough reasons for both, just go make the ranch and the balsamic and you’ll be happy :)

Balsamic Vinegarette


  • 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar {I love Pomepeian}
  • 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil
  • 2 tablespoons homemade ranch seasoning


Pour vinegar and olive oil in a small mason jar. Add ranch seasoning and shake well with a lid. Savor immediately.

I store my dressing at room temperature and shake before serving.

Have I convinced you to make this dressing or at least the homemade ranch seasoning?

4 thoughts on “Homemade Balsamic Vinegarette

  1. Kimberly

    Thank you for this recipe! (Also the ranch seasoning dressing recipe!) Today I am going to make a baked chicken w/vegetables recipe I saw on Kraft website calling for balsamic vinaigrette. Now I can easily make this at home with ingredients I already have.

    1. admin

      I suppose 3-4 weeks since there are no preservatives, but ours never lasts that long. You could make a smaller batch if you’re concerned.

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