A colorful alternative that tastes as good as it looks. Even better the next day.
Makes a thick spreadable paste similar to the Loma Linda Sandwich Spread that has been discontinued or Humus. I like it on home made bread with a dill pickle but it is good plain. It is also an excellent cracker spread. Seasonings are optional; you can try other nut butters if you're not into peanuts.
While trying to watch our weight and still eat tasty foods, I've created a spicy white bean dip that's easy to make and a healthful choice to serve with veggies or breadsticks.
Be emperor of your kitchen when you make Caesar salad at home.
"Cooking" doesn't get much easier than this. Not actually cooking at all, since you just blend the ingredients together and call it a day. Hey--if it works, it works.
Oooooh, a dip that tastes like a BLT? Heck, yeah! Serve this one either with slices of French baguette, tortilla chips, or just scoop it out with your fingers!
A spicy homemade hummus with the bold flavor of sun dried tomatoes.
Don't know what to do with left over and or precooked shrimp? This is awesome on anything from crackers to cold pasta. I eat it on toast, my son loves it on pasta!
Dips are usually for the dark winter months--bring the color and taste of summer back with sun-dried tomatoes.
Fresh spicy dip for tortilla chips. Beware--use just one canned chipotle, not one whole can of chipotle. Don't make the mistake Don did.
Homemade bean dip with all the flavor of the storebought kind (and you actually know what goes in it).
If you like hummus, basil and Parmesan cheese, you'll love this. A great dip to go with your favorite chips, crackers or fresh uncooked vegetables!