Plant-Based Spinach Artichoke Dip is a dairy-free twist on the classic dip. Made with only a few whole-food ingredients, this dip is healthy and delicious.
Dips are one of my favorite things to make. As you may know, I'm pretty obsessed with carrots. I definitely eat WAY too many. And I love pairing them with a delicious dip.
One of my go-to dips is Sweet Potato Hummus. It has one of my other favorite foods: sweet potatoes. Wow I'm getting hungry just thinking about it.
Anyway, I love making hummus and other dips. Snacking on veggies is so much more fun when you can dunk them in something!
Spinach artichoke dip has been on my list for a while now. My mom absolutely LOVES spinach artichoke dip, and I enjoy it too. I wanted to make a healthier version that we could both enjoy.
A traditional spinach artichoke dip uses cream cheese and some recipes are even baked with more cheese sprinkled on top. While tasty, it's definitely not healthy.
I remember how terrible I felt when I ate dairy products like cheese. No matter how good something tastes it isn't worth it for me to feel that bad. I'd rather make a few adjustments and create a healthy recipe that tastes yummy and keeps me feeling good.
This Plant-Based Spinach Artichoke Dip is just that. I ate this dip so quickly after I made it. I could not believe how good it is!
It doesn't have any cheese, but I added nutritional yeast for cheesy flavor and let me tell you, it worked. So cheesy. And creamy, just like cream cheese.
This dip honestly may become my new favorite. It doesn't have many ingredients and is quick to make. Plus, all the protein from the beans and spinach makes it a great post-workout snack!
Step 1. Microwave the spinach to defrost it. Follow the package directions.
Step 2. Meanwhile, process the great northern beans in a food processor, adding the aquafaba until the beans are almost completely smooth.
Step 3. Add all the remaining ingredients, including the defrosted spinach, and pulse to combine. The artichokes will be roughly chopped and the spinach will be evenly mixed into the beans. Serve and enjoy!
Thank you God for giving us the means to make our favorite dishes healthy. Thank you for taking care of us. Amen.
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Plant-Based Spinach Artichoke dip is a dairy-free twist on the classic dip. Made with only a few whole-food ingredients, this dip is healthy and delicious.
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