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What’s Your Favorite Dip?

Dips are a great appetizer to bring to any event. There are so many great combinations and flavors out there, its hard to decide what to bring! With summer almost over and the fall approaching (aka- season of festivities) now is a great time to get your dip recipes in order! Collect some new ones, or try a few kinds that you’ve never had before. I think the most common dips are spinach, hot artichoke, and bean dip. They are all super delicious, but I love when someone brings something that is outside of the box and different. The reason I have been thinking of chip dips lately is because I was reading a Real Simple Magazine and in an article they featured 10 different and unique chip dips! I thought that I had to share on the blog because a) its eye candy and b) we could always add to our chip dip recipes right? I made a chart using their chip images (kind of how they laid it out in the magazine). I put the names below as well so you can go to the recipe link listed below the image.

Not all the crackers that are recommended for dipping are gluten free. That is where you can substitute veggies, or corn chips, or potato chips. Be creative!

I would LOVE to hear if you have a favorite appetizer dip! Link it up in a comment!

1. Lemon, Pepper, and Pecorino
2 Tomatillo & Avocado
3. Curried Yogurt
4. Pimento Cheese
5. Charred Corn and Tomato Salsa
6. Feta & Sundried Tomato
7. Roasted Garlic and Scallion
8. Red Pepper, Walnut, and Tahini
9. Spinach and White Bean
10. Roasted Eggplant

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Jen - September 6, 2011 - 19:11

I was just given your blog name by someone on a discussion board as my daughter was just placed on a gluten free diet 4 days ago. Overwhelmed and underbudgeted for this, I took to those who generally know best and asked other moms. I don’ know if I quite have the dust settled enough for a blog but am chronicaling the adventure and at least posting it to my Facebook site. Your website will DEFINATELY make my next post! Thank you for being willing to share what you learned to help others not have to search quite as deep to find good resources in one centralized place and from a mother and wife’s perspective. You are appreciated!

who you callin’ dip? - November 18, 2011 - 01:50

[...] pretty sure dip makes life better.  i love this grouping of different dip recipes found on confessions of a gluten free mom. amaze-sauce.  aaand, i’m [...]

[...] Confessions of a Gluten Free Mom posted 10 different dips she found on Real Simple Magazine. Best part, they are all gluten free…. [...]

Christy Petty - November 28, 2011 - 09:05

Love Real Simple! Thanks for being available for all the GF’s out here! We GF moms have a lot to share!!

[...] of bad foods, how about an array of colorful chips and dips? Learn how to make a ton of yummy dips here.  Add a large amount of flavored soda and every one is happy! Round out this fantastic party with [...]

Betty - December 12, 2011 - 05:35

On the spinach is that fresh spinach or a frozen product? cause there is a vast amount of difference in amount between those two. If you know

Lindsey - January 22, 2012 - 21:01

Cannot wait to try alllllll of these!!

Sally’s Pins – Sally Spins - February 20, 2012 - 07:16

[...] Dips: I could eat dip all day long, and I am so excited about this blog because of all the different dip variations. [...]

petradr - March 15, 2012 - 23:54

Hi!!! These look amazing! I will need to try these ASAP. My favorite dip is a garlic-sour cream dip: 1 tub sour cream, 3 cloves of crushed garlic, 1 tbsp mustard, salt and pepper to taste, and that’s it! You could also add a tbsp mayo, but I like it without, since it’s just lighter. :)

Sara @ Saucy Dipper - July 16, 2012 - 19:40

Dips are my thing! I have too many favorites to name, but I do think a solid sour cream potato chip dip will always be good. It’s the simple things in life…

[...] Let’s have a party! (10 Gluten Free Dips) [...]

Jocelyn - November 5, 2012 - 09:20

Chicago dip is the best

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