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Dips

Create a tasty dip for your chips or veggies.
Golden Beet and Blue Cheese Dip

Golden Beet and Blue Cheese Dip

Blue cheese dips are yummy, but they’re not always the prettiest things to serve. Here, roasted and grated golden beets add a burst of color and texture. Serve with your favorite crudités

Berry-Apricot Salsa

Berry-Apricot Salsa

Not all salsas have to be savory. Try this sweet concoction as a topping for yogurt or pancakes, or spoon some into the center of a small melon half or over ice cream for dessert.

Beet-and-Lentil Hummus

Beet-and-Lentil Hummus

Serve this colorful hummus with raw vegetables, such as carrot or celery sticks, red bell pepper, cucumber, or broccoli.

Fontina Fondue with Cauliflower Dippers

Fontina Fondue with 
Cauliflower Dippers

Everybody loves hot dips on a holiday buffet table, so this subtly flavored 
fondue is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser. Look for green, purple, and orange cauliflower varieties to add color to the dipper selection. To make ahead: Cook cauliflower in advance, combine cheese and flour, and measure out milk and hot sauce into a jam jar. Stash these prepped items in the fridge so all you need to do is warm and season the fondue just before guests arrive.

Provencal Fondue

Provencal Fondue

A riff on the classic alpine favorite, this lightened-up fondue draws inspiration from southern France.

Herbed Goat Cheese Fondue

Herbed Goat Cheese Fondue

Goat cheese and cream cheese melt seamlessly into a decadent fondue base with extra flavor from Swiss-style cheese.

Rich Chocolate Fondue

Rich Chocolate Fondue

A combination of dark and milk chocolates yields a particularly luscious fondue. Vary the recipe by using amaretto, Kahlúa, or another after-dinner liqueur instead of cherry-flavored Kirsch.

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