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Need Dip For Veggies That's Is gluten-free And Dairy Free

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I'm having a party on Saturday and my cousin is eating gluten free and dairy free. Does anybody have any ideas for something she can dip veggies into that meets both those requirements?

Thanks!

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What about some hummus? I love carrotts dipped in peanut butter.

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hummus (regular, sun-dried tomato, w/ fresh italian herbs, extra garlic, etc.) , black bean dip, guacamole, fresh salsa, raw ranch dip (made w/ cashews, no dairy).

those are the ones I usually make.

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You could do a nacho nut cheese. Raw cashews, an orange, a red bell pepper, a hot pepper and a bit of nutritional yeast mixed in the food processor.

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We really liked this one:

No Tahini Hummus

http://www.recipezaar.com/312644

You could make guacamole or just use refried beans or try this one:

Garbonzo Guacamole:

http://www.fatfreevegan.com/appetizers/garbanzo.shtml

or try one on here:

http://easytobeglutenfree.com

found under appetizers:

Pinto Bean Dip or Spicy Black Bean Dip

I make layered dip and leave off the cheese and sour cream.

refried beans

guacamole

salsa

tomatoes

green onions

jalapenos

olives

whatever you like...

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I know this is too late for Saturday, but in case it helps someone else.

I make a quick dip that's sort of like a ranch or onion dip.

To some mayonnaise (about a fourth of a cup), I add a pinch of yeast flakes to give it a cheesy taste, onion powder, garlic powder, salt and pepper. I sometimes add dill weed. One could also add bacon bits (from fried bacon). If it's too thick, add a little water.

If I have made some cashew cheese and have that on hand, I will add it (about half and half "cheese" and mayonnaise). Won't need the yeast flakes then.

It all blends well with a fork or small whisk.

This was a great travel dip - I had the mayonnaise jar in the cooler and the other ingredients in separtate small containers. Whenever I wanted a dip for my veggies, I quickly mixed up a small amount. At home it keeps for several days.

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