Texas Cavier

My mom first made this for me when I became a gluten free vegan. Since then I have put my own spin on the original recipe and really love it with a bit of mexican flair. I now have the recipe in my email because I get so many requests for it, all I have to do is forward it. I have also tried to lighten it up and often will use less oil. I have also been known to add about 1/4 tsp. of stevia when veggies are not in season and need a little help.

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  • Mix all ingredients together, chill a couple of hours, enjoy with tortilla or corn chips.
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"My mom first made this for me when I became a gluten free vegan. Since then I have put my own spin on the original recipe and really love it with a bit of mexican flair. I now have the recipe in my email because I get so many requests for it, all I have to do is forward it. I have also tried to lighten it up and often will use less oil. I have also been known to add about 1/4 tsp. of stevia when veggies are not in season and need a little help."
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  1. deemarsh2003
    My mom first made this for me when I became a gluten free vegan. Since then I have put my own spin on the original recipe and really love it with a bit of mexican flair. I now have the recipe in my email because I get so many requests for it, all I have to do is forward it. I have also tried to lighten it up and often will use less oil. I have also been known to add about 1/4 tsp. of stevia when veggies are not in season and need a little help.
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