Rolling out the same kind of dip from your kitchen every thanksgiving can become dull for both you and your guests. Trying new combinations of dips can be a great idea to break the monotony of serving the same party dip year after year. What’s best, some dips are not so hard to make as they may seem to be. Check out this list of easy thanks giving party recipes that you could serve your guests this thanksgiving!
Sweet potato vegan cheese dip
Serve this dip to your vegan friends and wait for their legendary reaction! This dip is easy to make and takes about 20 minutes to be ready. The prep which includes Â boiling of sweet potato cubes, takes the only time. Once tender, all you do is blend sweet potato with coconut milk, olive oil, soy sauce, garlic powder and lemon juice until smooth. You could also add some zesty seasoning to add an extra flavor. Serve this amazing recipe to all your guests and see how you get flooded with compliments!
Parmesan and Broccoli dip
For a healthy chip and dip session, use broccoli! The goodness of broccoli is well known and so are its numerous health benefits. Using broccoli in your dip therefore makes perfect sense. To make your dip a powerhouse of nutrition, replace vegetable oil for coconut oil. To make this wholesome dip, bake parmesan cheese, homemade mayo, garlic, minced onions, salt, coconut oil and chopped broccoli and bake for about 25 minutes. Your dip is ready to serve with fresh veggies!
Creamy pumpkin dip
This may seem like pumpkin pie but it tastes divine with freshly sliced apples, crackers, gingersnaps, chips and the like. What’s best, it is a perfect thanksgiving dip to whip even at the last minute! Cook cream cheese, sour cream, sugar, cinnamon and pumpkin and stir till you reach a pasty consistency. If in a rush, you could use canned pumpkin too. You could top up the dip with some orange juice and refrigerate for about an hour. This wonderful sweet dip is sure to get you raving reviews from all your guests.
Cheesy cranberry dip
This heavenly dip is going to be the shining star at your thanksgiving dinner. To make the dip, mix well jellied cranberry sauce, cumin, lemon, cream cheese and orange juice in a large bowl. Make this right before your family dinner and serve with crackers!