Create a tasty dip for your chips or veggies.
This luscious chocolate spread is made with sunflower seeds instead of hazelnuts to sidestep allergy hazards in gift-giving. Store in sealed jars at room temperature to preserve the spread's glisteningly smooth texture. ...read more
Chips and queso are a snack combo few can resist. This version of the cheesy dip gets a kick of color and flavor from roasted red peppers and green onions. It gets its creaminess from condensed milk and is thickened with arrowroot powder, which has a silkier, less chalky ...read more
This mellow spread gets a hit of bright color and citrusy flavor from ground sumac. The Middle Eastern spice may seem strange paired with hard cider, but in fact, sumac grows wild all over the temperate areas of North America, and the bright red berries ripen at the same time as ...read more
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, ...read more
Once the flesh has been scooped out, halved avocado skins make pretty single-serving cups for guacamole; serve them on saucers, surrounded by tortilla chips. They make a tasty preamble to a chili supper or a Mexican-style stew such as Vegetarian Posole Stew or Chorizo and ...read more