Believe it or not, dips are often one of the easiest things to transition into a plant-based diet. Vegan dips are great to take to parties, so you can make sure there is something healthy to eat. At the same time, you get to share a tasty vegan treat with friends and family!
15 Vegan Dip Recipes
Every one of these dip recipes are based on beans, veggies, tofu, herbs, or other healthy ingredients, so they are truly guilt-free.
In addition to traditionally serving with breads, crackers, chips, and veggies, these delicious dips can also serve as spreads for sandwiches, wraps, and burgers.
Just click on the picture or recipe name to see full recipes. They are listed in no particular order. Here we go!
Get ready for a creamy, full-bodied taste and texture that is loaded with protein and calcium, yet has no added dairy or oil! This Vegan Artichoke Spinach Dip is sure to be a hit at any pot-luck or game night! Recipe can be made with white beans or cashews.
You know how you thought French onion dip was out of your life forever? Well, think again! This Vegan French Onion Dip version is not only dairy-free, but also low-fat. Caramelized onions are what gives this dip the sweetest flavor.
Oil-free potato chip recipe included.
If you have 15-minutes and a blender, you’ve got a crazy delish vegan bean dip! This Easy Black Bean Dip is one of the simplest recipes to make ever. It requires only 4 ingredients–black beans, salsa, cumin, and cilantro– and prep time of 15 minutes flat!
This luscious vegan White Bean Sun-Dried Tomato Spread uses no added oil and only healthy whole food ingredients like white beans, sun dried tomatoes, rosemary, and other spices.
This low-fat Italian vegan chickpea salad is delicious on sandwiches or served with fresh vegetables and pita bread.
Finding great healthy plant-based snacks is not as difficult as many people think. This vegan spinach dip can be made in minutes and used as a dip with fresh vegetables like baby carrots, celery sticks, and cucumber slices.
Made with pinto beans, green onions, red bell peppers, smoked paprika, and a few other spices, this Chili Bean Dip is an easy dish to make. You might even already have all of the simple ingredients in your kitchen.
This oil-free hummus with roasted red pepper recipe requires only a handful of ingredients and a few minutes to make. If you have 10 minutes and a blender or food processor, you’ve got a delicious healthy snack.
Hummus is a flavorful Middle Eastern bean dip made from chickpeas, lemon juice, and garlic. You can make all kinds of variations from this vegan oil-free hummus recipe.
#10 Chipotle Dip
This smoky, savory, and creamy vegan chipotle sauce recipe is the perfect match for bean burgers, veggie hoagies, sandwiches, baked fries, and so much more!
Chickpea vegan salad with avocado is by far my favorite vegan sandwich of all time. Something about the flavors of lime, avocado, and cilantro just thrill my taste buds. It is also and excellent dip with crackers or crispy chunks of whole grain bread. Checkout our cooking demo video to see how simple this recipe is to make.
The fact that it takes less than 10 minutes and only requires a bowl and fork to prepare doesn’t hurt either.
#12 Blender Salsa
This blender salsa recipe is so simple to make, and it’s much better than the store-bought. All you need is a blender and few ingredients like tomatoes, garlic, onions, cilantro, peppers, and spices.
This recipe is ridiculously easy to make. Just throw all the ingredients in your food processor or blender, process, and enjoy!
#13 Peanut Sauce
We love Asian food, especially Thai Garden Rolls and rice pasta, and this vegan peanut sauce is an excellent addition to so many of those dishes.
#14 Vegan Ranch Dip
One thing I missed when we went dairy-free and low-fat was ranch dressing. So I came up with this Vegan Ranch Dressing, and it hits the spot every time!
Serve over greens as a salad dressing, or as a dip for endless veggie options.
#15 Vegan Sour Cream
I was skeptical about dairy-free sour cream because I had always loved the dairy-version, but this tofu vegan sour cream recipe is surprisingly delicious! Creamy and tangy wonderfulness!
Baking tortilla chips
Need a healthy chip? Homemade corn tortillas are SO easy to make. Simply use regular corn tortillas. Slice each one into 8 slices using a pizza slicer. Arrange on a baking sheet and spritz with a water bottle. Sprinkle with sea salt and garlic powder.
Bake at 400 degrees for about 5-7 minutes until crispy and golden brown. These are the healthiest tortilla chips and are delish!
Also be sure to checkout our Vegan Dips page for more great recipes!
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My favorite snacking cracker is Mary’s Gone Crackers. The name is pretty funny, and I completely understand why Mary lost it over these crispy wonderful wavers. Amazingly, they are gluten-free, organic, with no oils added. Click picture to view on amazon.