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Did someone say bean dip? This vegan bean dip is hot, zesty, and full of deliciousness. It’s packed with cooked pinto beans, garlic, onions, and cumin for a bit of a kick. It makes other party dips look bland!
Chippin’ & Dippin’- it’s kind of become my theme of late. With summer in full stride, it’s been full of family get togethers, backyard hangs, and potlucks!
With that, I have been trying out some new recipes to cook up and serve at these get-togethers. So far, I have made:
I even made these vegan tofu nuggets for the kids- and they loved it!
While chips and salsa do have some nutritional benefits, I knew I could improve on my dip options. And now, I’ve perfected a delicious vegan bean dip to serve with some homemade tortilla chips. This creamy bean dip recipe is rich and creamy with a hint of cumin.
Not only is this dip super versatile, but bean dips are full of protein and fiber. I make a point to eat beans almost daily and this bean dip is a good way to up my intake.
Note: For a complete list of ingredients and instructions on how to make this bean dip recipe, keep scrolling down until you see the recipe card!
I hope that you are as in love with this vegan bean dip recipe as I am. I love simple recipes like this that can quickly be thrown together, especially if it gives me an excuse to eat chips and dip.
Here are a few tips to help you when making this bean dip for your next party. Follow these tips and your dip is going to turn out amazing.
This deliciously spicy bean dip is amazing when paired with homemade tortilla chips. Together, they make the perfect homemade side dish!
You can also use any kind of store-bought tortilla chips as well to make this a faster recipe. This bean dip also makes a tasty dip for cut vegetables, such as carrots, celery, radishes, and bell peppers!
If you wanted to incorporate this dip into your meals, you could add it to the filling of tacos or burritos (like these taco lettuce wraps). You could even add it to homemade nachos or your Mexican layered bean dips.
This recipe for spicy bean dip is so flavorful and delicious that it makes a great addition to many meals.
If you try this recipe, let me know! Leave a comment, rate it, and tag your Instagram photos with #delishknowledge. I absolutely love seeing your creations. Happy cooking!
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Vegan Bean Dip with Homemade Tortilla Chips! A must-make for tailgates, football games, and parties! Save this one when you need a healthy appetizer option.
Creamy Bean Dip
Homemade Tortilla Chips
To make this dip with canned beans, substitute 6 cups cooked beans.
We LOVE this dip for sharing with a crowd, but if you want to make a smaller version then you can cut the recipe in half and prepare as directed.
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