Healthy Dijon Herb Dip

Healthy Dijon Herb Dip
Healthy Dijon Herb Dip

Four ingredients and 5 minutes will get you a bright green bowl of delish Dijon herb dip for dunking fresh veggies, gluten-free crackers, chips or even spreading on your favorite sandwich. Let’s get blending!

Healthy Dijon Herb Dip

Healthy Dijon Herb Dip
 
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Free from: gluten, dairy/casein, soy, tree nuts, peanuts, egg, corn.
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Recipe type: Appetizer, Sauce, Condiment
Ingredients
  • ½ cup fresh herbs (basil, dill, cilantro, etc.)
  • 1 container plain yogurt (Use low-fat, Greek style, dairy or plant-based, or any type you like.)
  • 1 Tablespoon Dijon mustard
  • ½ avocado, peel and pit removed, cut into 4 chunks
  • Pinch of salt
  • Fresh ground black pepper, to taste
Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients in your blender or food processor.
  2. Blend until smooth.
  3. You will need to stop the blender to scrape down the sides of blender or processor bowl several times to blend smooth.
  4. Spoon into serving bowl and enjoy!

Thought you’d like to know…

  • This makes an excellent dip, sauce for fish or sandwich spread.
  • Feel free to be creative with fresh herbs, using basil, chives, cilantro (as pictured), dill, etc.
  • Store in fridge up to 3 days.
  • Makes about 1 cup.
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  • glutenfreegigi

    Sharon,

    If you read in the ingredients list, you will see the DF alternatives there – I always offer a sub for dairy, as I am DF, too.

    “Plant-based” means dairy-free – so that would be any yogurt product that is made with a plant-based milk such as rice, coconut, almond, soy, etc. You can choose one that you like best to use in this, and other, recipes calling for yogurt.

    I would not recommend mayo, just from a healthy living perspective, but that is only my personal choice. Others may like giving that a try.

    xo