The sweetness of strawberry and the creaminess of avocado make a unique topping that’s great as a topping for salad, tacos, rice bowls, or just chips.
Two popular dips join forces to create this simple, delicious and nutritious appetizer. Dietitian’s Tip: For the best flavor and texture, make this layer dip closer to when you plan to serve it. Dietitian’s Fun Fact: Just 1 serving of this dip contains 25% of your recommended daily intake of Vitamin C!
Thanks to Anissa Pinkham for sharing this recipe with our team! Numerous additions can be added to this versatile sauce as it heats up in the pan. Try adding picante sauce, chopped jalapeños, diced green chilies, a pinch of cayenne, cumin, or your favorite hot sauce.
This easy-peasy yogurt dip is brought to life with a delicious blend of spices for a flavor that’s at home on any cut veggie or whole-grain cracker.
Date paste is a fantastic alternative to brown sugar in many baking contexts. The sugar they bring to the table comes with the nutrients in dates, making them a more nutritious option than pure sugar. Tip: 12 dates will yield roughly 1 cup of paste. Freeze leftovers in ¼ cup increments for future use.
Refried beans and yogurt form the base for this lightly spicy layered dip. Enjoy with fresh cut veggies or tortilla chips that earn Guiding Stars.
Chia seeds help provide extra gelling power that most jams rely on boiled sugar to achieve. This easy approach to jam values the flavor of the fruit over the sweetness for a topping you’ll love on toast, stirred into hot cereal, or paired with your favorite nut butter in a sandwich.
Lime and garlic provide the most forward flavor notes in this easy fresh dressing that takes very little time to make.