This sugar-free variation is sweet and tangy and great as a dip, on chicken or pork, or as a salad topping or side dish.
An easy to make summertime salad. A favorite at our home.
This is a classic three bean salad that is good for vegetarians, and meat eaters alike. My four year old will eat it, and she is not crazy about beans. So we named it after her. Allow your three bean to chill and marinate in the refrigerator for up to six hours, you can of course eat this right away. I however find that it is much better after it has had time to soak in all the flavors of the “dressing”.
This is a zesty and rich version of a bean salsa. I make this to take to work for potluck carry-ins and it has always been a favorite.
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.
A slight Southwestern flavor for this picnic bean salad, with red pepper and black beans as part of the mix.
Lime juice brings out the flavor of this tangy, spicy bean salad.
Creamy avocados, red onions and crisp yellow peppers are seasoned with cumin in this savory bean salad.
A Savory blend of fresh vegetables, spice and crisp tortilla chips.
Two of your favorite sauces come together in this easy salad. Throw it together quick for as a BBQ side.
I was invited to a party and had nothing to bring. After I raided my pantry and whipped this recipe together, everyone was impressed and wanted the recipe.
A spicy homemade hummus with the bold flavor of sun dried tomatoes.
Who needs seven layers when you can have the five best ones? Fine! If you really need a seven-layer dip then you can sprinkle on chopped green onions, sliced black olives, and browned ground beef. Oh, wait, that's eight...
Make your dip look like a football field! This is a hit at Super Bowl parties, but it is also delicious year-round without the decorations! Serve with tortilla chips.
Homemade bean dip with all the flavor of the storebought kind (and you actually know what goes in it).