If you love to dip your foods, then the Cowboy Dipping sauce is perfect for so many recipes. We especially love to dip Tater Tots or French Fries in this 2 ingredient recipe will have you hooked in no time with the sweetness from the BBQ Sauce and the creamy herbs from Ranch Dressing. Give it a try. It’s wonderful
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Posted May 2019 ~ Updated July 2021
Tater Tot Dipping sauce is especially good when eating this fun and easy Tater Tot Kabob recipe loaded with bacon, cheese, tomato, and onions. But truly we love to dip Burritos, French Fries, Quesadillas, and even Onion Rings in this sauce.
Shopping List for Cowboy Sauce
- BBQ Sauce ~ We love Sweet Baby Rays
- Ranch Dressing ~ Hidden Valley Ranch is our favorite
How to make Tater Tot Dipping Sauce
This quick recipe is so quick you will miss it if you scroll to fast. In a bowl combine BBQ Sauce and Ranch Dressing. Stir to combine and enjoy! Feel free to adjust proportions as you like.
Tater Tots is a form of hash browns made by Ore-Ida. Tater Tots were first available in stores in 1956. Americans consume approximately 70 million pounds of tater tots per year.
What does Cowboy Dipping Sauce taste Like?
Using the measurements below in the recipe card, it’s a sweet, tangy dipping sauce. You can always add more BBQ Sauce for more sweetness. But our personal preference of measurements are listed below.
What do Dip in Cowboy Dipping Sauce?
The is no wrong answer to this question. So let me just share with you a few ways we enjoy Cowboy Dipping Sauce.
- Tater Tots or French Fries
- Burritos ~ Both to dip in and to put inside a burrito
- Onion Rings
- Hot Dogs
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Cowboy Dipping Sauce
- ½ Cup Ranch Dressing
- ¼ Cup BBQ Sauce
- In a bowl combine Ranch Dressing and BBQ and stir.
- Adjust the amounts of BBQ Sauce as needed for your own personal flavor.
All nutrition values are approximate and calculated by a plugin and are provided as a courtesy. Adding or subtracting ingredients will change the nutritional value.