Great for parties!
Great for parties!
It’s a tasty, healthy dip to liven up those cut-up veggies.
I created this recipe and it was instantly my husband’s favorite football season dip!
This is the easiest party recipe idea! I came up with this for the Super Bowl 2 years ago. It is a party hit! Everyone loved it! And it’s hassle-free! You can alter this recipe by adding virtually anything you enjoy, such as jalapenos, corn, pinto beans, etc. For vegetarians, eliminate the meat and you’re set!
Black beans, spicy diced tomatoes, and shredded cheese on a base of cream cheese make a crowd-pleasing dip for chips and fresh veggies.
Fresh and tangy, this dip also makes a delicious spread and topping.
I love this salsa! It makes for a perfect summer appetizer. I particularly like that it has black beans for extra protein. When served over grilled chicken, it is even better.
If you want a different type of salsa than your standard salsa, this is the one for you. Great for potlucks and will have everyone asking for more. Chill and serve with tortilla chips.
A Mediterranean-style dip that is made from fava beans instead of chickpeas. It has a smooth, delicious flavor that will turn any bean dip lover into an instant fan. Can be used as a dip for pita bread, spelt chips, vegetables, or as a sandwich spread.
Healthiest dip ever! Best if it sits in the refrigerator for a couple of hours. Serve with cut veggies, such as celery or zucchini, to keep it extremely healthy. Or, for the traditional, use regular tortilla or bagel chips as the dippers.
As a spread, dip, or garlicky pita filling, roasted red pepper hummus is both delicious and satisfying. Best of all, it’s whipped up in seconds in a blender or food processor. Garnish with parsley and chopped roasted red peppers. You can add water to thin the hummus, if desired.
A new take on a Mediterranean staple. This recipe enriches the flavor of your favorite hummus recipe by adding roasted garlic and smoked chipotle, and adds nutrition benefits with mild-tasting fresh spirulina.
So-easy-to-make homemade hummus. The kids love it, and it’s healthy, too. Serve with veggies, pretzels, or whole-grain chips.
This hummus makes a great appetizer for the flavor-famished. Garnish with minced sun-dried tomato for extra awesome points. Just a heads up, though: this stuff has a bit of a kick. It’s not a melt-your-face-off kind of spice, but you might end up sleeping on the couch.
This is a solid hummus with a mild but complex taste and is a good base for making flavored hummus as well.
A quick and healthy bean dip recipe. Great with crackers or pita bread, or as a sandwich spread. Our two-year-old eats it with her carrots. Keeps in the fridge for about a week.
Fresh summer flavors any time of the year! Our tomatoes combined with corn and black beans, green onions and cilantro make the best dip. All you need is a sturdy chip!
Black beans make a delicious and healthy alternative to the usual garbanzo beans in hummus. This recipe is a crowd-pleaser and a nice staple at any gathering. Your vegetarian friends and family will thank you! If you have any roasted veggies on hand those also make a great addition blended in to the hummus!
Healthy hummus recipe that is so easy to make, you won’t ever have to buy store-made hummus again. Adjust the spices to your taste!
Looks are deceiving with this black bean dip. Unless you love black beans, you might not think you’ll like it, but my kids and their friends make it disappear at every gathering we’ve brought it to. So easy to make and simply delicious. Serve with tortilla chips.