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Salsa is great, but sometimes chips need something more innovative. Something creamier. Something that surprises the taste buds. Enter this quick and easy bean dip! Stock up on the (very few) ingredients needed for this recipe. It is an awesome dip to make in a hurry. Have unexpected guests for race day? Need a delicious side for chips to take to a friend’s house? This Quick and Easy White Bean Dip is a crowd pleaser! Watch out, though– this dip has a spicy kick!
- Two cans of any white bean (think cannellini beans, Great Northern beans, or navy beans)
- 1 packet of white chicken chili spice mix (if you have a fantastic recipe to make your own, feel free to use that)
- 1/8 tsp. pepper
Place all ingredients into a blender. Do not drain the beans. Blend until the dip reaches the desired consistency. If you like bean dip that has chunks of beans in it, do not blend as long. I personally like a smoother bean dip, so I blend mine until all the bean chunks are gone!
Place the dip in a large pot. Warm slowly, stirring frequently. Do not overheat or boil the bean dip. If you accidentally keep it on the stove top longer that intended, you may need to add a little water if it gets too dry. But try to avoid this by keeping a careful eye on it while it is warming.
Transfer the white bean dip to a serving bowl. Serve alongside chips or even pretzels. The spicy bean flavor goes with anything crunchy!
Do you or someone in your home struggle with spicy foods? Until a few months ago, my husband struggled with heartburn often. He would find himself reaching for the Nexium before chowing down on my White Bean Dip or anything else with a little kick!
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