Sauces, Dips and Spreads

Sauces, Dips and Spreads make my life complete!
Double-dipping is not OK … just saying 😉
Here are some recipes of dips, sauces and spreads for every occasion.
These are a good healthy alternative to regular ones, with the same flavour
but healthy and plant based ingredients!

Delicious Aubergine Spread

Delicious Aubergine Spread

I absolutely love my baked aubergine spread and it's so addictive! I enjoy it on bread or as a dip, it works great with carrots and celery sticks. Aubergine is often considered a vegetable, but they’re technically a fruit, as they grow from a flowering plant and...

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Wild Garlic Pesto

Wild Garlic Pesto

What is Wild Garlic?... Wild Garlic is a bulbous, perennial plant. It is a relative of chives and grows wild in damp woodlands, along hedgerows and river banks.    All parts of wild garlic are edible. The fresh leaves are full of flavour and can be eaten raw in...

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Avocado Hummus

Avocado Hummus

If you are a bit bored of the traditional hummus, try making my Avocado Hummus 🥑  Avocado Hummus Perfect for pita bread and veggies, so tasty and easy to make. 2 avocados (chopped)½ can chickpeas (rinsed and drained)1 tbsp tahini1 tbsp fresh lemon juice2 garlic...

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Blueberry Chia Jam

Blueberry Chia Jam

Chia seed jam is a healthy alternative to store bought jam. It's very easy and quick to make. You can spread it on your bread, swirl it into porridge or yogurt.  Easy Blueberry Chia Jam Deliciously healthy and easy to make jam. 1 ½ cup frozen bluberries2 tbsp chia...

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DIY Nutella

DIY Nutella

Show some love for my healthy Nutella!! You will just need 4 ingredients and it wont take you longer than 30 minutes... are you ready?!! DIY Nutella This recipe is so incredibly easy to make are delicious 100 g hazelnuts¼ cup maple syrup3 tbsp cocoa powder8 tbsp...

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Hummus

Hummus

The best hummus is thick and creamy, it tastes best with carrot sticks or toaster pita bread! It's so easy to make, but just remember to soak the dry chickpeas in water overnight. I always use dry chickpeas, I find them to have much more natural flavour, but if you...

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