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You Can Buy a Ranch Dressing Fountain for $100

You Can Buy a Ranch Dressing Fountain for $100

Forget chocolate fountains….this Ranch dressing fountain being sold by Hidden Valley will turn your party up to 11

Approach this fountain armed with wings in both hands.

From chocolate fountains that have been the staple at weddings and fancy shindigs for a while now, to Velveeta fountains filled with bubbly molten cheese, there’s nothing more fun than dipping your hors d'oeuvre into an edible cascade of liquid. The latest and strangest trend on the fountain front is the Ranch dressing fountain sold by Hidden Valley.

For just $100, you can add some ever-flowing dipping to your party. The fountain fits Twelve 36-ounce bottles of Hidden Valley dressing inside, so that’s plenty of opportunity to experiment with chips, veggies, wings, and even pizza.

The Ranch dressing fountain is part of a line of goodies sold by Flavour Gallery Collection, where you can buy a bedazzled Hidden Valley bottle for $50, as well as iPhone cases, hats, t-shirts, and cozies that celebrate your love for all things Ranch. Flavour Gallery sells other cheeky, food-inspired swag like t-shirts that say “Legalize Marinara.”

This is not the first time a major brand has taken to selling bizarre merchandise to its overzealous fans. Remember the Cheetos diamond ring and Pizza Hut yoga pants?


Stop What You're Doing: You Can Now Buy A Ranch Keg

Hidden Valley seems to operate under a sort of if you build it, they will come mentality. No one needed the $100 ranch fountain they debuted earlier this year, but condiment diehards bought out the entire stock. Same goes for the bejeweled bottle and beach towel that launched alongside it. And while you've been resting on your laurels for months now, content with telling your grandchildren about the time someone invented a machine that could make ranch flow freely, ready for some carrots or your bare hands to dip into it at any moment &mdash WHABAM: Hidden Valley Ranch Outlet drops a holiday collection.

This is the stuff dreams, and really fun parties, are made of.

A KEG

For $65, you get this silver beauty and a year's supply of Hidden Valley Ranch. It's perfect for hypochondriacs who want ranch on tap &mdash a la the fountain &mdash but contained, to prevent double-dippers from spreading their truth.

A SWEATSHIRT

This looks like something your grandmother embroidered (itchy and outdated) but feels like something you buy at a college bookstore (soft and ironically relevant).

A BLANKET

In theory, you want to bathe in a pool of ranch surrounded by all your favorite dippers: pizza, veggies, fries. In reality, wrapping yourself in this blanket &mdash printed with all those things &mdash is a lot more enjoyable.

A FOUNTAIN SKIRT

If you were #blessed enough to score a ranch fountain when Hidden Valley's inaugural collection dropped, consider yourself #charmed: You can now get a skirt, like one you'd fit around the base of a Christmas tree, for said fountain.

A PAIR OF SOCKS

One sole reads "If you can read this," while the other says, "Bring me ranch." Ranch lovers don't have time to wait around, you know?

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Stop What You're Doing: You Can Now Buy A Ranch Keg

Hidden Valley seems to operate under a sort of if you build it, they will come mentality. No one needed the $100 ranch fountain they debuted earlier this year, but condiment diehards bought out the entire stock. Same goes for the bejeweled bottle and beach towel that launched alongside it. And while you've been resting on your laurels for months now, content with telling your grandchildren about the time someone invented a machine that could make ranch flow freely, ready for some carrots or your bare hands to dip into it at any moment &mdash WHABAM: Hidden Valley Ranch Outlet drops a holiday collection.

This is the stuff dreams, and really fun parties, are made of.

A KEG

For $65, you get this silver beauty and a year's supply of Hidden Valley Ranch. It's perfect for hypochondriacs who want ranch on tap &mdash a la the fountain &mdash but contained, to prevent double-dippers from spreading their truth.

A SWEATSHIRT

This looks like something your grandmother embroidered (itchy and outdated) but feels like something you buy at a college bookstore (soft and ironically relevant).

A BLANKET

In theory, you want to bathe in a pool of ranch surrounded by all your favorite dippers: pizza, veggies, fries. In reality, wrapping yourself in this blanket &mdash printed with all those things &mdash is a lot more enjoyable.

A FOUNTAIN SKIRT

If you were #blessed enough to score a ranch fountain when Hidden Valley's inaugural collection dropped, consider yourself #charmed: You can now get a skirt, like one you'd fit around the base of a Christmas tree, for said fountain.

A PAIR OF SOCKS

One sole reads "If you can read this," while the other says, "Bring me ranch." Ranch lovers don't have time to wait around, you know?

Follow Delish on Instagram.

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Stop What You're Doing: You Can Now Buy A Ranch Keg

Hidden Valley seems to operate under a sort of if you build it, they will come mentality. No one needed the $100 ranch fountain they debuted earlier this year, but condiment diehards bought out the entire stock. Same goes for the bejeweled bottle and beach towel that launched alongside it. And while you've been resting on your laurels for months now, content with telling your grandchildren about the time someone invented a machine that could make ranch flow freely, ready for some carrots or your bare hands to dip into it at any moment &mdash WHABAM: Hidden Valley Ranch Outlet drops a holiday collection.

This is the stuff dreams, and really fun parties, are made of.

A KEG

For $65, you get this silver beauty and a year's supply of Hidden Valley Ranch. It's perfect for hypochondriacs who want ranch on tap &mdash a la the fountain &mdash but contained, to prevent double-dippers from spreading their truth.

A SWEATSHIRT

This looks like something your grandmother embroidered (itchy and outdated) but feels like something you buy at a college bookstore (soft and ironically relevant).

A BLANKET

In theory, you want to bathe in a pool of ranch surrounded by all your favorite dippers: pizza, veggies, fries. In reality, wrapping yourself in this blanket &mdash printed with all those things &mdash is a lot more enjoyable.

A FOUNTAIN SKIRT

If you were #blessed enough to score a ranch fountain when Hidden Valley's inaugural collection dropped, consider yourself #charmed: You can now get a skirt, like one you'd fit around the base of a Christmas tree, for said fountain.

A PAIR OF SOCKS

One sole reads "If you can read this," while the other says, "Bring me ranch." Ranch lovers don't have time to wait around, you know?

Follow Delish on Instagram.

Download the Delish app.


Stop What You're Doing: You Can Now Buy A Ranch Keg

Hidden Valley seems to operate under a sort of if you build it, they will come mentality. No one needed the $100 ranch fountain they debuted earlier this year, but condiment diehards bought out the entire stock. Same goes for the bejeweled bottle and beach towel that launched alongside it. And while you've been resting on your laurels for months now, content with telling your grandchildren about the time someone invented a machine that could make ranch flow freely, ready for some carrots or your bare hands to dip into it at any moment &mdash WHABAM: Hidden Valley Ranch Outlet drops a holiday collection.

This is the stuff dreams, and really fun parties, are made of.

A KEG

For $65, you get this silver beauty and a year's supply of Hidden Valley Ranch. It's perfect for hypochondriacs who want ranch on tap &mdash a la the fountain &mdash but contained, to prevent double-dippers from spreading their truth.

A SWEATSHIRT

This looks like something your grandmother embroidered (itchy and outdated) but feels like something you buy at a college bookstore (soft and ironically relevant).

A BLANKET

In theory, you want to bathe in a pool of ranch surrounded by all your favorite dippers: pizza, veggies, fries. In reality, wrapping yourself in this blanket &mdash printed with all those things &mdash is a lot more enjoyable.

A FOUNTAIN SKIRT

If you were #blessed enough to score a ranch fountain when Hidden Valley's inaugural collection dropped, consider yourself #charmed: You can now get a skirt, like one you'd fit around the base of a Christmas tree, for said fountain.

A PAIR OF SOCKS

One sole reads "If you can read this," while the other says, "Bring me ranch." Ranch lovers don't have time to wait around, you know?

Follow Delish on Instagram.

Download the Delish app.


Stop What You're Doing: You Can Now Buy A Ranch Keg

Hidden Valley seems to operate under a sort of if you build it, they will come mentality. No one needed the $100 ranch fountain they debuted earlier this year, but condiment diehards bought out the entire stock. Same goes for the bejeweled bottle and beach towel that launched alongside it. And while you've been resting on your laurels for months now, content with telling your grandchildren about the time someone invented a machine that could make ranch flow freely, ready for some carrots or your bare hands to dip into it at any moment &mdash WHABAM: Hidden Valley Ranch Outlet drops a holiday collection.

This is the stuff dreams, and really fun parties, are made of.

A KEG

For $65, you get this silver beauty and a year's supply of Hidden Valley Ranch. It's perfect for hypochondriacs who want ranch on tap &mdash a la the fountain &mdash but contained, to prevent double-dippers from spreading their truth.

A SWEATSHIRT

This looks like something your grandmother embroidered (itchy and outdated) but feels like something you buy at a college bookstore (soft and ironically relevant).

A BLANKET

In theory, you want to bathe in a pool of ranch surrounded by all your favorite dippers: pizza, veggies, fries. In reality, wrapping yourself in this blanket &mdash printed with all those things &mdash is a lot more enjoyable.

A FOUNTAIN SKIRT

If you were #blessed enough to score a ranch fountain when Hidden Valley's inaugural collection dropped, consider yourself #charmed: You can now get a skirt, like one you'd fit around the base of a Christmas tree, for said fountain.

A PAIR OF SOCKS

One sole reads "If you can read this," while the other says, "Bring me ranch." Ranch lovers don't have time to wait around, you know?

Follow Delish on Instagram.

Download the Delish app.


Stop What You're Doing: You Can Now Buy A Ranch Keg

Hidden Valley seems to operate under a sort of if you build it, they will come mentality. No one needed the $100 ranch fountain they debuted earlier this year, but condiment diehards bought out the entire stock. Same goes for the bejeweled bottle and beach towel that launched alongside it. And while you've been resting on your laurels for months now, content with telling your grandchildren about the time someone invented a machine that could make ranch flow freely, ready for some carrots or your bare hands to dip into it at any moment &mdash WHABAM: Hidden Valley Ranch Outlet drops a holiday collection.

This is the stuff dreams, and really fun parties, are made of.

A KEG

For $65, you get this silver beauty and a year's supply of Hidden Valley Ranch. It's perfect for hypochondriacs who want ranch on tap &mdash a la the fountain &mdash but contained, to prevent double-dippers from spreading their truth.

A SWEATSHIRT

This looks like something your grandmother embroidered (itchy and outdated) but feels like something you buy at a college bookstore (soft and ironically relevant).

A BLANKET

In theory, you want to bathe in a pool of ranch surrounded by all your favorite dippers: pizza, veggies, fries. In reality, wrapping yourself in this blanket &mdash printed with all those things &mdash is a lot more enjoyable.

A FOUNTAIN SKIRT

If you were #blessed enough to score a ranch fountain when Hidden Valley's inaugural collection dropped, consider yourself #charmed: You can now get a skirt, like one you'd fit around the base of a Christmas tree, for said fountain.

A PAIR OF SOCKS

One sole reads "If you can read this," while the other says, "Bring me ranch." Ranch lovers don't have time to wait around, you know?

Follow Delish on Instagram.

Download the Delish app.


Stop What You're Doing: You Can Now Buy A Ranch Keg

Hidden Valley seems to operate under a sort of if you build it, they will come mentality. No one needed the $100 ranch fountain they debuted earlier this year, but condiment diehards bought out the entire stock. Same goes for the bejeweled bottle and beach towel that launched alongside it. And while you've been resting on your laurels for months now, content with telling your grandchildren about the time someone invented a machine that could make ranch flow freely, ready for some carrots or your bare hands to dip into it at any moment &mdash WHABAM: Hidden Valley Ranch Outlet drops a holiday collection.

This is the stuff dreams, and really fun parties, are made of.

A KEG

For $65, you get this silver beauty and a year's supply of Hidden Valley Ranch. It's perfect for hypochondriacs who want ranch on tap &mdash a la the fountain &mdash but contained, to prevent double-dippers from spreading their truth.

A SWEATSHIRT

This looks like something your grandmother embroidered (itchy and outdated) but feels like something you buy at a college bookstore (soft and ironically relevant).

A BLANKET

In theory, you want to bathe in a pool of ranch surrounded by all your favorite dippers: pizza, veggies, fries. In reality, wrapping yourself in this blanket &mdash printed with all those things &mdash is a lot more enjoyable.

A FOUNTAIN SKIRT

If you were #blessed enough to score a ranch fountain when Hidden Valley's inaugural collection dropped, consider yourself #charmed: You can now get a skirt, like one you'd fit around the base of a Christmas tree, for said fountain.

A PAIR OF SOCKS

One sole reads "If you can read this," while the other says, "Bring me ranch." Ranch lovers don't have time to wait around, you know?

Follow Delish on Instagram.

Download the Delish app.


Stop What You're Doing: You Can Now Buy A Ranch Keg

Hidden Valley seems to operate under a sort of if you build it, they will come mentality. No one needed the $100 ranch fountain they debuted earlier this year, but condiment diehards bought out the entire stock. Same goes for the bejeweled bottle and beach towel that launched alongside it. And while you've been resting on your laurels for months now, content with telling your grandchildren about the time someone invented a machine that could make ranch flow freely, ready for some carrots or your bare hands to dip into it at any moment &mdash WHABAM: Hidden Valley Ranch Outlet drops a holiday collection.

This is the stuff dreams, and really fun parties, are made of.

A KEG

For $65, you get this silver beauty and a year's supply of Hidden Valley Ranch. It's perfect for hypochondriacs who want ranch on tap &mdash a la the fountain &mdash but contained, to prevent double-dippers from spreading their truth.

A SWEATSHIRT

This looks like something your grandmother embroidered (itchy and outdated) but feels like something you buy at a college bookstore (soft and ironically relevant).

A BLANKET

In theory, you want to bathe in a pool of ranch surrounded by all your favorite dippers: pizza, veggies, fries. In reality, wrapping yourself in this blanket &mdash printed with all those things &mdash is a lot more enjoyable.

A FOUNTAIN SKIRT

If you were #blessed enough to score a ranch fountain when Hidden Valley's inaugural collection dropped, consider yourself #charmed: You can now get a skirt, like one you'd fit around the base of a Christmas tree, for said fountain.

A PAIR OF SOCKS

One sole reads "If you can read this," while the other says, "Bring me ranch." Ranch lovers don't have time to wait around, you know?

Follow Delish on Instagram.

Download the Delish app.


Stop What You're Doing: You Can Now Buy A Ranch Keg

Hidden Valley seems to operate under a sort of if you build it, they will come mentality. No one needed the $100 ranch fountain they debuted earlier this year, but condiment diehards bought out the entire stock. Same goes for the bejeweled bottle and beach towel that launched alongside it. And while you've been resting on your laurels for months now, content with telling your grandchildren about the time someone invented a machine that could make ranch flow freely, ready for some carrots or your bare hands to dip into it at any moment &mdash WHABAM: Hidden Valley Ranch Outlet drops a holiday collection.

This is the stuff dreams, and really fun parties, are made of.

A KEG

For $65, you get this silver beauty and a year's supply of Hidden Valley Ranch. It's perfect for hypochondriacs who want ranch on tap &mdash a la the fountain &mdash but contained, to prevent double-dippers from spreading their truth.

A SWEATSHIRT

This looks like something your grandmother embroidered (itchy and outdated) but feels like something you buy at a college bookstore (soft and ironically relevant).

A BLANKET

In theory, you want to bathe in a pool of ranch surrounded by all your favorite dippers: pizza, veggies, fries. In reality, wrapping yourself in this blanket &mdash printed with all those things &mdash is a lot more enjoyable.

A FOUNTAIN SKIRT

If you were #blessed enough to score a ranch fountain when Hidden Valley's inaugural collection dropped, consider yourself #charmed: You can now get a skirt, like one you'd fit around the base of a Christmas tree, for said fountain.

A PAIR OF SOCKS

One sole reads "If you can read this," while the other says, "Bring me ranch." Ranch lovers don't have time to wait around, you know?

Follow Delish on Instagram.

Download the Delish app.


Stop What You're Doing: You Can Now Buy A Ranch Keg

Hidden Valley seems to operate under a sort of if you build it, they will come mentality. No one needed the $100 ranch fountain they debuted earlier this year, but condiment diehards bought out the entire stock. Same goes for the bejeweled bottle and beach towel that launched alongside it. And while you've been resting on your laurels for months now, content with telling your grandchildren about the time someone invented a machine that could make ranch flow freely, ready for some carrots or your bare hands to dip into it at any moment &mdash WHABAM: Hidden Valley Ranch Outlet drops a holiday collection.

This is the stuff dreams, and really fun parties, are made of.

A KEG

For $65, you get this silver beauty and a year's supply of Hidden Valley Ranch. It's perfect for hypochondriacs who want ranch on tap &mdash a la the fountain &mdash but contained, to prevent double-dippers from spreading their truth.

A SWEATSHIRT

This looks like something your grandmother embroidered (itchy and outdated) but feels like something you buy at a college bookstore (soft and ironically relevant).

A BLANKET

In theory, you want to bathe in a pool of ranch surrounded by all your favorite dippers: pizza, veggies, fries. In reality, wrapping yourself in this blanket &mdash printed with all those things &mdash is a lot more enjoyable.

A FOUNTAIN SKIRT

If you were #blessed enough to score a ranch fountain when Hidden Valley's inaugural collection dropped, consider yourself #charmed: You can now get a skirt, like one you'd fit around the base of a Christmas tree, for said fountain.

A PAIR OF SOCKS

One sole reads "If you can read this," while the other says, "Bring me ranch." Ranch lovers don't have time to wait around, you know?

Follow Delish on Instagram.

Download the Delish app.


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