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    Healthy Dips

    [Cover photo by toni gifford.] For snacking, I prefer to keep it on the low-fat low-sugar side, so I've gathered here some recipes that won't blow me up and/or blow my arteries out. I've included some that contain sour cream, cream cheese or mayonnaise on the assumption that I can substitute low-fat or nonfat versions of these ingredients for the fattier varieties.
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    Here's a spooky dip recipe from Bob and Randy Harmon, the brothers who own a local grocery chain here in Utah. Their slogan is "We're not normal, we're Harmons." This recipe isn't going to make your normal dip since it was created by the Harmon brothers. This recipe is from an appearance by the brothers on KUTV News.

    Recipe #262408

    I love spinach and artichoke dip, but hate the fat... I came up with this fast and easy recipe that tastes great, is easy to put together, low in fat but big on taste! Flavored with roasted red peppers and Parmesan cheese, no yicky mayo here! Makes enough for a large crowd. Can be made in the microwave for even faster preparation. Also delicious served cold. Note: recipe can be made with fat-free marinade artichokes, I usually buy two small jars, adds a little extra zing! WW points = 1/serving

    Recipe #277769

    A variation of a recipe found on another site. The original had apples but I substituted blueberries. ZWT 3: U.S. for all three kinds of berries

    Recipe #168443

    This recipe came from a friend of mine and is different from other spinach dips because it does not contain mayo! Wouldn't let me enter 2 packages of Italian Dressing Mix. (Guessing on serving amount.)

    Recipe #197168

    Not all bean dip comes out of that creepy little can. You can make hearty, delicious, all-natural bean dip in seconds. This dip is great both warm and cold. If you go for the warm version, try adding 1/4 cup of cheddar cheese to the ingredients before you blend it. (If you don't have room, partially mix the ingredients, then add the cheese.) Take the blade off, place the Shaker/Steamer Top on the cup and microwave for about 2-3 minutes (until warm throughout). Give the dip another quick Pulse or two, then serve immediately. The warm version goes perfectly with nachos or sliced crusty Italian bread. Courtesy of the Magic Bullet recipe booklet. TIPS: Use your favorite type of bean. Black beans can be substituted with pinto beans, white beans, whatever you're into. ** Black Bean Sauce ** Add a cup of broth to make a perfect sauce for pouring over chicken or fish. ** Black Bean Soup ** Add 2 cups of broth to make a zesty, flavorful soup -- a great way to use any leftover dip. Throw in a few shrimp for a real treat.

    Recipe #171380

    This is just a fresh, tasty dip that is always a favorite at family functions. Enjoy this dip with corn chips or tortilla chips!

    Recipe #185268

    Recipe supplied per a request. We love this as a dip with savoury crackers and raw veggies, or a sauce on Souvlaki.

    Recipe #23514

    Great dip for a vegetable tray. Different than the usual Ranch dip or "Vegetable DIP"

    Recipe #29921

    Using nonfat yogurt and low-fat mayonnaise makes this creamy dip a great addition to any veggie plate. This recipe is adapted from a cooking websites email newsletter.

    Recipe #172458

    A Low Fat Southwestern treat. I found this hearty appetizer recipe in a magazine a few years ago, and it is one of our family's favorites. Not only is this very easy to make, but the fact that it is made in a slow cooker allows me to prep it earlier in the day before things get too hectic. I think you'll enjoy this as well. Leftovers are yummy spooned over a baked potato.

    Recipe #164460

    Yum! Really easy to make! Serve with toasted pita wedges...makes it a great appetizer or even meal!

    Recipe #154578

    This appetizer comes from a collection of Myrtle Beach recipes. I love to eat it with pretzels!

    Recipe #152971

    Bon Appetit January 2006. Use canned beans for quicker preparation. Don't skip the star anise as it is a key ingredient. Good with shrimp chips or Kettle Chips' brand Spicy Thai potato chips!

    Recipe #149744

    Preparation time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #42559

    Cottage Cheese Dip

    Recipe #143119

    I got this recipe off a plain flavored yogurt container. It's delicious and really healthy too!

    Recipe #142307

    A wonderful creamy dill dip to serve with vegetables. A great finger food for any party.

    Recipe #10238

    Only three main ingredients! Recipes really can't get much simpler! And there are times when such recipes come in handy! I haven't made this one yet. I found it in the October 2005 issue of the Australian magazine 'Delicious' and I have adapted it for posting for the 2005 Zaar World Tour, as both an Australian (and in view of its combining of lemon juice and cumin) and as a Middle Eastern recipe. My recommendation would be to make this recipe when sweet baby carrots are available. Depending on the size and juiciness of your carrots, you may need to use slightly more or slightly less lemon juice: use your culinary discretion! If the carrots are really juicy, mop up some of the juiciness with paper towels so that you can still add a generous amount of lemon juice. Again, use your culinary discretion! Preparation and cooking times will vary, depending on the choices you make with ingredients and the way you choose to cook the carrots. My estimated preparation and cooking times are based on the option of using baby carrots and boiling them in salt water: the fastest of the alternatives. Personally, if time permits, I'd recommend baking the carrots, brushed with a little olive oil, in the oven.

    Recipe #139963

    I got this off of Recipegoldmine. It is delicious and addictive!

    Recipe #90226

    10 Reviews |  By Ducky

    Saw this on FoodTV's Cooking Thin show. This was easy to make and tasty. It was voted a hit in my house. Serve it with crackers or pita bread. It can be made ahead of time.

    Recipe #54172

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