12 Party Dip Recipes For New Year’s Eve

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Hosting or attending a New Year’s Eve party this year? Don’t forget the dip. Dip is a must-have for any party, and these all-natural options will not only delight your guests but also secretly give them some good nutrition. Try one or several of these delicious recipes to make your friends happy this New Year’s Eve.

1. Mediterranean Roasted Red Pepper Dip

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This Mediterranean Roasted Red Pepper Dip recipe (a.k.a Muhammara recipe) is the perfect party snack. It pairs well with whole-grain crackers or pita, and it’s great for sharing with friends and family.

2. Chipotle Aioli

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If creamy, smoky, and spicy is your thing, this Chipotle Aioli will be the newest addition to your party stash. Make it either mayo-based or vegan, and use it as a dipping sauce or spread.

3. Real Food Spinach Dip

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Spinach dip is a perfect party snack. You can serve it with your favorite vegetables, tortilla chips, or crackers.

4. Chili Con Queso

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Can you even party without queso and chips? This chili con queso recipe is just what you need. It’s a flavorful dip that is so much better than the store-bought stuff, and it’s easy to make, too. 

5. Guacamole 

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When it comes to dips, it doesn’t get much easier than creamy, delicious guacamole. Avocados, jalapenos, tomatoes, onions, lime juice, and cilantro are all that you need to make an amazing and tasty dip you and your guests will love. 

6. Healthy Onion Dip

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Onion dip is often a favorite choice for dipping chips and raw vegetables. You’re going to love this healthy homemade onion dip, and your guests will, too.

7. Southwest Black Bean Dip

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Black beans, salsa, frozen corn, and spices come together to make a dip that’s so good it begs to be served at a party. This Southwest black bean dip is easy to make and is full of flavor your guests will love. 

8. Hummus

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Hummus is a healthy alternative to some of your more calorie-laden dips, and it’s easy to make, too. All you need are chickpeas, tahini, lemon juice, and garlic, and you can have hummus on the table in a matter of minutes. 

9. Tex-Mex Dip

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If you and your guests love Mexican flavors, you’ll all love this Tex-Mex dip for party dipping. Refried beans, salsa, black olives, avocado, tomatoes, cilantro, garlic, and onion powder are all you need. Perfect for your favorite tortilla chips.

10. Black-Eyed Pea Hummus

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Hummus is traditionally made from chickpeas, but that’s certainly not the only bean that you can use to make hummus. This black-eyed pea hummus is made from, as you might’ve guessed, black-eyed peas, tahini, lemon juice, and garlic powder.

11. Peanut Butter Fruit Dip

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Not all dips need to be savory. Some of them can be on the sweeter side. This makes them perfect for dipping your favorite fresh fruit. Peanut butter fruit dip is perfect for dipping apples and strawberries. 

12. Chocolate Peanut Butter Hummus

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Hummus is always made with a chickpea base, but that doesn’t mean it needs to be served as a savory dip. Change things up by adding some sweet elements to it instead. This chocolate peanut butter hummus is perfect for dipping fruit, pretzels, and crackers into it. 

The Daily Snack Tray

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Home with the kids? This snack tray idea is a great way to get them to snack on healthy foods all day and quit bugging you for snacks. Works for adults, too!

After-School Snacks That Won’t Ruin Dinner

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Sick of the kids ruining dinner with everything they eat after they get home from school? Here are some ideas for healthier snacks they’ll enjoy that won’t ruin dinner.

Need Some Healthy Movie Snacks?

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The food shack at the movie theater can leave you with a tummy ache when the movie is done. Here are some snacks you can sneak in or enjoy at home for a happier belly.

40 Clean Eating Road Trip Snacks

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Hitting the road this summer? Take along some healthy snacks that will keep you from overspending and ending up with a stomach ache because we all know that the food you buy on the road is rarely, if ever, the healthiest option.

This originally appeared on The Gracious Pantry.

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