Bean Dip

Budget-friendly bean dip is a perfect party appetizer for crowds. From Mexican bean dip to 7-layer bean dip, these tasty recipes are ready in a flash and perfect precursors to any fiesta.

Lima Bean Hummus with Toasted Pita Crisps

Diabetic Living

For a fresh take on hummus, try lima beans in place of chickpeas. Serve with toasted pita chips or sliced vegetables as a snack, dinner appetizer or starter at your next cocktail party.

One-Step Artichoke Bean Dip with Roasted Red Peppers

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Serve this savory dip with crackers, bread, or pita chips.

White Bean Dip with Toasted Pita Chips

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Toasted pita cutouts make handy scoops for this healthy Mediterranean-style dip.

7-Layer Southwestern Dip

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Serve this bean, cheese, sour cream, and salsa dip with homemade or purchased tortilla chips.

White Bean and Garlic Dip

Family Circle

If you like hummus, you'll love this warm slow cooker bean dip. Try it for your next tailgating or holiday party.

White Bean Dip

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Perfect for special occasions and deceptively simple, this sophisticated bean dip appetizer mixes up quickly.

White Bean Spread

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This herbed bean dip is a delicious snack, whether you serve it warm or at room temperature.

Pine Nut-White Bean Dip

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This low-fat bean dip makes a great vegetarian appetizer recipe for entertaining. Feel free to substitute other beans and nuts; the health benefits will be similar.

Spicy Chicken-Bean Dip

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Tombstone Taco Dip

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Tex Mex Dip

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This ever-popular appetizer is known by many names, such as seven-layer spread. Whatever you call it, it's always a hit.

White Bean Dip with Chips

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Whip up your own hummus-like dip to scoop up with pita chips and veggies, then slather leftovers on sandwiches.

Spinach-Bean Dip

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White Bean Hummus with Roasted Tomatoes

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Sure, you could buy hummus, but why would you want to when it's this simple to make this healthy snack at home? If you don't have cannellini beans on hand, use black beans or chickpeas.

Tomato-Ranch Bean Dip

Diabetic Living

This creamy appetizer dip uses beans rather than sour cream or mayonnaise, so it's high in flavor but low in fat and calories.

Rio Grande Dip

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