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Kraft Thousand Island Dressing Recipe
Kraft Thousand Island Dressing
By Todd Wilbur

Recipe Type: Salad Dressing
Calories: 90
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Recipe Rating: 4.8 (10 reviews)

Here' a quick clone for one of the best-selling thousand island dressings around. Use this one on salads or on burgers such as the In-N-Out Double-Double clone as a homemade "special sauce"; It's asy, it's tasty, it's cheap and it can be made low fat simply by using low-fat mayo. Dig it.

1/2 cup mayonnaise
2 tablespoons ketchup
Submitted on: 06/09/10
My family LOVED this recipe. It was such a cinch and had everything on hand. Thank you!
Man on Fire  
Submitted on: 01/09/10
I was skeptical, but this really does taste just like the genuine article! Made it for a Reuben sandwich and was blown away! Thanks!
Submitted on: 01/01/09
My husband LOVES Thousand Island Dressing, so I made this recipe for him and he says it's even BETTER than store bought! He keeps asking me to make him more! We'll never buy thousand island dressing from the store again! Thank you soooo much!
Submitted on: 11/02/08
This is the real deal! I will never buy bottled thousand island again. I substituted this recipe last night, my wife never knew the difference! She was amazed when I told her I made this from your recipe.
Submitted on: 01/25/07
I've been makine this since it was first published. It tastes and looks like the real thing! Hint - mix everything but the mayo first, then add the mayo. It blends the ingredients better. I also use low fat mayo and splenda.
L Mueller  
Submitted on: 06/09/06
I have to use no soy mayonnaise because of a soy allergy. I wasn't sure how it'd work, but it tastes great.
Submitted on: 12/03/05
I made this recipe for rubens and my daughter and wife both said this is better than the real thing and don't buy it anymore it is a hit in my house.
Submitted on: 10/26/05
Made this dressing for a reuben sandwich...was delicious...
Submitted on: 10/14/05
It's O.K. as is, but adding chopped hard boiled eggs really makes it great!!
SuSan Riedel  
Submitted on: 09/19/05
I have served this dressing twice (as dressing on a crab louie) and both times was asked for the recipe by our guests! I made it with light mayo. Excellent!