There are many creative ways to use dipping sauces with vegetables. Whether you’re looking to add some extra flavor or just a bit of spice, adding any of these dipping sauces can make any vegetable dish more interesting.
In this round-up post, we’ll explore the various types of sauces that go perfectly with your favorite vegetables. Read on to learn more about which dipping sauces you will want to try to get in more healthy vegetables.
Summertime means perfect vegetable time. Is there anything as glorious as a ripe cherry tomato? I think not. What about some fresh sugar snap peas or radishes? Those are delicious too.
To make sure you get your daily veg, here are some awesome dips that will make any vegetable amazing! And who knows, maybe even your kids will start dipping too!
Let’s go classic with our first one. Everyone loves ranch dip, it’s a scientific fact. Whip this up for your crew, set out some baby carrots and celery and watch it disappear. Go with my family rule- you can only dip in vegetables- no fingers or chips!
Homemade Ranch Dip is a classic, go to vegetable dip, especially for any and all raw vegetables.
Looking for something a little lighter? Try this Avocado Greek Yogurt Ranch Dip. Not only are we using yogurt, but we also get some healthy fats from the avocado. And how about that green color!
If it’s game day and your team’s colors are green, you are good to go!
This Greek Yogurt Ranch dip is healthier than classic ranch dip and one of our favorite dips to use with celery sticks, baby carrots, and bell peppers. This Greek Yogurt dip comes together in no time flat.
The color of this hummus makes it irresistible. I mean, we eat with our eyes first, right? Grab your food processor and get to work making this healthy dip.
The creamy factor with this hummus is double thanks to the avocado. And this is a great way to use up any avocados that are ready to be eaten.
This dip features avocados, olive oil, lime juice, and more. It’s sure to pass the taste test with any vegetable.
This is for when you are feeling adventurous. The color of this is striking and would look great on a vegetable platter with green veggies!
Plus it tastes delicious with some cauliflower florets and tortilla chips.
Are you a big Greek food fan? Then this is what you want. Hummus and tzatziki flavors mixed together to create the veggie dip of your Greek dreams.
The next type of dips are bean dips. These dips are a powerhouse of nutrition. And your kids won’t even know it. Jokes on them!
What veggie dip recipes are you most excited about making? Take a few minutes to check out all of these easy dips. Make a big batch of your favorite, store in it in the fridge in an airtight container and enjoy the delicious veggie dip all week long. Give the container a quick stir before dipping your favorite veggies in and enjoying.