Join us in commemorating the very unofficial start of dip season with three easy-to-follow, endlessly riffable, super delicious recipes. Each begins with a protein-rich base, includes fun, flavor-packed add-ins, and can double as a winning cookout appetizer, or the start of a very satisfying weeknight dinner.
Plus, thanks to our flexible formulas, you can remix your favorites all season long:
The Yogurt Dip Formula
1 cup yogurt or sour cream + 1 tablespoon acid (lemon or lime juice, vinegar) + ¼-½ cup flavor: fresh herbs, chili crisp, bacon bits, caramelized onions, and more + Salt and pepper to taste
Check out our Caramelized Shallot and Chive Yogurt Dip.
The Nutty Dip Formula
½ cup smooth nut or seed butter + ⅓ cup unsweetened full-fat coconut milk + 2 tablespoons acid (lemon or lime juice, vinegar) + 1 tablespoon sweetener (honey, agave, or maple syrup) + Aromatics: minced garlic or ginger, diced shallots + Salt, pepper, and seasonings to taste
Did someone say Coconut Miso-Peanut Butter Dip?
The Bean Dip Formula
1 15-ounce can of chickpeas or white beans + ½ cup tahini + 3 tablespoons acid (lemon or lime juice, vinegar) + ¼-½ cup flavor: roasted vegetables, garlic, herbs, sautéed greens, and more + Salt and pepper
Give our Creamy Avocado Hummus a whirl.
How can you keep dips hot at a party?
|When bringing a hot dip to a party, it’s always a challenge to keep it warm without burning it. Slow-cookers, fondue pots, and chafing dishes are all great options for keeping dips warm without overheating them, and all three also keep your stovetop from becoming overcrowded.|
Wonderfully appealing dipping recipes…Thank You!
So happy you’re enjoying, Valerie!
Looks great will be trying these.
Yay! We look forward to hearing your thoughts on these dip recipes. Enjoy!
I can’t wait to try some of these recipes thank you for sharing.
You’re so welcome, Julie! We hope you enjoy. 🥰️
these look and sound YUMMY…..can’t wait to try them all 🙂
We think so too, Ruth! We hope you have fun giving these dips a try. 😋