In way less time than it would take to run to the store for a container of not-so-great hummus, you can have this insanely good homemade version from Minimalist Baker ready to be devoured. Pair with crunchy pita chips or sliced veggies, or just eat with a spoon.
Roast the sweet potato ahead of time -- up to 5 days early -- and you can blitz this nutrient-packed dip together in a flash. Pair it with raw veggies, crackers, or even graham crackers for a super snack that little and big kids will love.
Herbs, avocado, and a handful of other potent ingredients come together in this blender sauce from Pinch of Yum that's perfect with chips, crackers, cut-up vegetables, and sliced baguette. It's sort of like a perfect mashup of pesto and guacamole that you can change, flavor-wise, depending on the season.
Who says you need to bake brownies to enjoy the batter? Fake Ginger's recipe for Brownie Batter Dip makes quick work of a classic indulgence that whips up in just one bowl. The candy topper adds some crunch to this silky smooth dip.
With just a few healthy ingredients -- including dates for sweetness and caramel flavor -- you can make this decadent dip from Petite Allergy Treats for a sweet afternoon snack or a memorable dessert. Pair it with sliced fruit, shortbread cookies, or another favorite dipper and enjoy a treat minus the guilt.
Cooking Classy has a go-to idea for an afternoon snack that would be just as welcome at a book club discussion or a baby shower. You could add some simple vanilla or chocolate wafer cookies to make it a little more decadent, or swap in Sunbutter if there are nut-allergy concerns.
Use this delicious mixture as a dip for veggies or tortilla chips, a sauce for burritos (or burrito bowls), or a spread on a sandwich. Either way, this super fast dip from One Lovely Life is a must-make. There are even dairy-free substitutions should you need them.