Express Party Bean Dip
Learn how to make Express Party Bean Dip with just 6 ingredients and 15 minutes! This dip is smooth, creamy, and perfect for parties and is healthy, low-fat, and oil-free!
Check out the recipe below where I will show you how to make a delicious Express Party Bean Dip! With all the unhealthy dips on the market, I decided to create a healthy version. I absolutely love bean dips, but there is something about black or pinto beans that just screams bean flavor to me.
We all gravitate toward dips and appetizers at gatherings, and we want them to be easy and quick. Party dips and appetizers don’t have to be greasy, fried junk food! My Bean Dip is so much healthier and totally oil-free! It’s a great way to get in your Daily Dozen too! You can eat it cold, or heat it up like a true refried bean dish.My Express Party Bean Dip is not only delicious but also very easy to make.
Here are some tips and tricks to make this recipe even better:
- You can use canned or cooked black or pinto beans for this recipe. If you are using canned beans, make sure to rinse them thoroughly to get rid of any excess salt.
- To add some extra flavor to the dip, add some garlic powder, cumin, and chili powder. These spices will give the dip a nice kick.
- If you like your dip to be a little chunky, you can mash the beans with a fork or potato masher instead of using a blender or food processor.
- This dip can be served cold or hot. If you are serving it hot, heat it up in a saucepan on the stove over medium heat until it’s heated through.
- You can serve this dip with tortilla chips, crackers, or veggies like carrots, celery, and bell peppers.
Now you can enjoy a delicious and healthy snack that is perfect for any party or gathering!
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Express Party Bean Dip
This post will show you how to make My Personal Favorite…Express Party Bean Dip! With all the unhealthy dips on the market, I decided to create a healthy version that I’m sure you will love.
- Vitamix Food Processor
- Large Bowl
- Mixing Spoon
- Tsp Water
- ½ Cup White Onion (Organic)
- ½ Cup Bell Peppers (Yellow, Green, and Red)
- 15 OZ Canned Beans (Black or Pinto)
- Cup Salsa (May substitute with your favorite brand)
- ½ Cup Corn (May substitute with your favorite brand. Organic is preferred.)
- Chop onion and bell peppers
- Combine water, onion, bell peppers and salsa in your blender or food processor
- After draining & rinsing, add beans and corn to food processor
- Pulse food processor briefly until desired consistency
- This dip can be made with just the beans and salsa in a pinch using a potato masher.