Garlic Ranch Potatoes — Damn Delicious

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Garlic Ranch Potatoes

The best and easiest way to roast potatoes with garlic and ranch. After this, you’ll never want to roast potatoes any other way!

Garlic and ranch. My two new best friends.

I could seriously throw these two seasonings on anything and everything, but my all-time favorite flavor-combination has to be in these super easy, no-fuss roasted potatoes.

You just can’t go wrong with these two flavors – and if you want to take it even further, I’d throw in some crisp bacon bits. You’ll skip over from a side dish to the best meal of your life!

Garlic Ranch Potatoes

Yield: 6 servings

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 40 minutes

The best and easiest way to roast potatoes with garlic and ranch. After this, you’ll never want to roast potatoes any other way!


  • 3 pounds baby Dutch potatoes, halved
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 (1-ounce) package Ranch Seasoning and Salad Dressing Mix
  • Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
  • 2 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • 2 tablespoons chopped parsley leaves, for garnish


  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Lightly oil a baking sheet or coat with nonstick spray.
  2. Place potatoes in a single layer onto the prepared baking sheet. Add olive oil, garlic and Ranch Seasoning; season with salt and pepper, to taste. Gently toss to combine.
  3. Place into oven and bake for 25-30 minutes, or until golden brown and crisp. Stir in butter until melted, about 1 minute.
  4. Serve immediately, garnished with parsley, if desired.

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These look so fabulous I could scream! Roasted potatoes are my fav.

These look so good, but i don’t understand where you “Stir in butter until melted, about 1 minute”?

That’s exactly right! The residual heat of the potatoes will melt the butter so you can just stir that right in.

They’re gorgeous and you’re the queen of taking things like potatoes or noodles and making them look like a feast fit for a queen! Browned to perfection and I bet taste amazing!

Nice recipe. Thanks so much.

Love this Chungah! I can’t stop eating potatoes – they’re my ultimate comfort food!

Love this idea. Not familiar with “Dutch” potatoes. Can any other kind work?

Hi could you give an example of what kinds please

Judy, you can use red or russet potatoes – although baby Dutch potatoes are best in this recipe!

Looking good! Always fun to try a new way to enjoy potatoes. So comforting and easy too!

These look DELISH! Ranch dressing mix makes almost anything better:-)

Can you please tell me what ranch dressing and salad mix is? I’m from Australia and haven’t heard of it

Julie, this is a dry seasoning mix that comes in packets. You can also try making it yourself as there are many recipes that you can find for DIY ranch seasoning.

you can buy it online at – they are based in Oz and ship straight to you! Worth buying it to be able to do all these awesome recipes 🙂

About the ranch seasoning and salad dressing mix, are those two separate things, and do you mean the powder form of the seasoning. What about the salad dressing?

Kathie, this is a dry seasoning mix that comes in packets. You can also try making it yourself as there are many recipes that you can find for DIY ranch seasoning.

Hey, from what I can remember from living in aus this kind of stuff is not sold there. This is a hidden valley packet that is ranch flavored salad dressing all in one powder. Either order it online or have a friends send you some as they are really cheap. Best of luck hope that helps.

These look so yummy! Such a versatile side dish that would go great with any meal. Pinned!

Would also look appetizing with red potatoes mixed in. Extra eye appeal.

Hi Chungah,
Making all these comfort dishes and keeping slim like you do?
Disgusting 🙂
Dutch potatoes have the best taste (ofcourse, me being dutch)
We live in Thailand, but can’t buy this here.
Any ideas.
And boy, I love your food.

Louise, this is a dry seasoning mix that comes in packets. You can also try making it yourself as there are many recipes that you can find for DIY ranch seasoning.

As for staying slim, it is all about exercise and eating in moderation 🙂

I love roasted potatoes, I would inhale these!

Love Ranch. Love garlic. Love potatoes. So, I guess I’ll be making this recipe 😉

Love parm potatoes! Ane those store bough dry packets of dressing are sometimes a life saver for easy dinners. Love everything about this!

Yum! Garlic Ranch Potatoes sounds great! This sounds like the perfect side dish.

I love all your recipes. I’m always looking for easy, elegant and simple and your recipes are the best . Thank you. However, I have never seen Dutch potatoes in the grocery stores. Where do you buy them? Costco has golden potatoes. Are they the same?

I have never had trouble finding them at my local grocery store. As for golden potatoes, I don’t think they are the same but you can easily substitute red potatoes in this dish if you have trouble finding Dutch potatoes.

I found Dutch potatoes at Walmart. They were a little easy to miss because they were in a small 1.5 lb. bag and intermingled without a sign with the other kinds of potatoes.

I love ranch potatoes! Yours look perfect and awesome photos as always!!

I love Dutch potatoes. And this looks so great and yummy.

I tried this recipe very shortly after I tried your slow cooker beef and broccoli and it was sinfully delicious. We made a 1.5 lb. bag worth and devoured every last potato with dinner.

Hi Chungah. They look divine. Would a packet of another kind of dry spice work? I will try and let u know. I live in SA and haven’t seen the ranch mix on our shelves. Thank you. My family love roast potatoes.

How many carbs? How many potatoes in a serving My son is a diabetic.

Brenda, please use online resources at your discretion (such as a nutritional calculator) to obtain the number of carbs.

These were amazing! I made them with steak roulades for the first dinner I cooked for the guy I’ve been seeing, and he LOVED them. He’s asked for them twice (since I made them two weeks ago.) Thanks!

Made these last week for dinner and they were amazing. Used homemade ranch seasoning mix (don’t like using the packets) and they turned out awesome!!

Google it…you can find recipes online to make your own seasoning mix. This also avoids all the preservatives and other chemicals

I’m going to make it.

These potatoes look and sound great!

Do you put the seasoning, oil,and garlic on to the potatoes once they are
On the cookie sheet or before you place them on the pan.

You can toss everything on the baking sheet – there’s no need to dirty up another pan!

can u bake these as instructed and the. Place in a crock pot to keep warm until eating? I just don’t want them to be soggy.

Yes, absolutely! But I recommend lining your slow cooker with foil first to avoid any kind of burning.

So, I am still confused. You put the butter in a bowl, add the potatoes and the residual heat melts the butter? Thanks!

Kim, there is no need to put butter in a bowl. The residual heat from the pan should melt the butter – that way, you don’t have to dirty up another bowl!

I am so glad I found this recipe I was looking to do something a little different with our roast pork tonight ant these will be perfect!

do u keep these potatoes peeled or unpeeled?

If baby Dutch potatoes are used, they do not have to be peeled. They are actually quite small so peeling them may be close to impossible!

Hi! Do you think these can be made in the crockpot the same way your Garlic Parmesan Potatoes?

Can I use garlic powder instead of garlic cloves

I’m assuming I can just cut some bacon on top of these before baking,or place it in the bag and toss with potatoes and seasoning..before baking going to do this tonight with barB Q spare ribs. Thanks…yummmmm

I found this recipe last year and made them several times, they are so good! My two daughters love them and have even requested them at times. The recipe is so easy and quick and it’s the perfect addition for a night of grilling out. I’ve used various kinds of potatoes and they’ve never disappointed. I believe I’m going to take that one person’s idea and add bacon bits.

Instructions are to use one packet (one ounce) of Ranch Salad Dressing & Seasoning Mix; however, my packet is 0.4 oz. — one or four packets?

Hi Betty! You should use enough packets to equal 1.0 ounce. Hope that helps!

I tried these and they were ok, but the oil absorbs the ranch dressing, and made the potatoes stick to the pan. Next time try more oil on the pan, and/or sprinkle the dressing on top.

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