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These dips and spreads are great for parties and playdates and just might entice your picky eater to try a new vegetable.
It looks like guacamole, but it's made with edamame -- it's guacamame! Served as a flavorful party dip or a novel sandwich spread, it's sure to be a healthy hit.
With its sweet and spicy flavors, this sauce is a terrific accompaniment to many Asian or Asian-inspired dishes. It's especially good when served with this delicious chicken satay.
This satisfying, cheesy dip steals the show at any holiday gathering, and it's well-suited for teaching young cooks the basics of sauce-making and presentation.
Encourage your kids to try a fresh bell pepper by turning it into a crunchy creature from the deep.
Turn the summer's bounty into a tasty topper
This no-cook salsa is delicious with quesadillas and many other Latin dishes.
Kids will love making and eating this yummy topper for pancakes or ice cream.
Little ones love the interactive pleasures of dipping, and this mild puree keeps the wholesome factor high.
Little ones love the interactive pleasures of dipping, and this mild carrot puree keeps the wholesome factor high.
Little ones love the interactive pleasures of dipping, and this mild bean puree keeps the wholesome factor high.
Score big with our Tex-Mex-inspired party dip, decorated to look like a soccer field.
Here's an easy dip that makes a wholesome packed lunch: a little container of dip, along with a bag of tortilla or pita chips and some carrot sticks makes a nice change of pace from a sandwich.