Time to start loving veggies! Whether you crave carrots or rave about radishes, every kind of foodie can get on board with these 6 totally tasty veggie dips!
Veggies. You know you're supposed to be eating them. But, a single human can only bite into so many sticks of celery before getting their ho-hum on. Which is why we decided to spice up the way you eat your veggies, in the most dippable way.
Introducing 6 wildly easy, brand-spankin' new recipes that you'll lurvey lurve love. With chips to match.Oh yes, we've gone done and styled these veggie-heavy dips with their own flavor of dippers. We just love you like that, baby.For recipes, click on photos or underlined recipe titles.
Start your snacking off right by adding the healthy, naturalness of creamy avocados to a homemade hummus that is outta this world. We've paired this Avocado Hummus with Food Should Taste Good Multigrain Chips, which happen to be multigraintastically delicious! And, yes. You can quote me on that.
YOLO. You know. Which is why you gotta get down (and get down fast) with this incredible Spicy Black Bean Dip. Flavored with fresh jalapeno and lime juice, and served up with some seriously delicious Jalapeno or Lime chips from Food Should Taste Good…you'll wish you were a cat that could live it up more than once!
Now, stop giving us that wonky look. Because, yeah, we know carrot spread sounds about as tasty as eating lettuce sandwiches. But, let it so be seared into your heart that this incredible ginger-sesame-carrot spread is no ordinary way to eat a carrot. It's pure bliss. Paired with Toasted Sesame chips from Food Should Taste Good, it's pretty much Bliss on a Cracker. Shall we go for a dip?
The vibrant green color of this edamame hummus turns any table from pretty to party. We've gone ahead and paired this mild, buttery-tasting hummus with gorgeous Blue Corn chips for an extra burst of snack-time color.
If you like Mediterranean foods, you'll love this Greek Guac, which is speckled with sundried tomatoes, kalamata olives, and a squeeze of lemon (instead of the usual guacamole lime). A dash of fresh chopped basil finished the flavor pairing off in a delicious way, making this a new twist on guac that might just become your go-to favorite!
The sweet spiciness of sriracha gives the usual flavors of guacamole a tasty kick. Just five ingredients and five minutes are all you need to pull this recipe together – then toss it in your face and find your inner Spicy Goddess. Or whatever that thing is that makes you feel like you can rule the world because you just made the best.guac.eva Brooke blogs at Cheeky Kitchen where she shares fun family recipes. She joined Tablespoon to share some of her best, so keep an eye on Brooke's profile to see what she cooks up next!