Used as a sauce over noodles, dipping sauce with wraps, or as a salad dressing, this simple creamy peanut sauce can be made low-fat by using PB2 or with natural peanut butter.
Dips & Sauces
This chili bean dip is a flavorful and creamy punch of protein and nutrients! Serve with baked corn chips or veggies for a terrific appetizer or snack. Click here for the 2-minute video showing how simple it is to make this delicious dip.
This luscious spread uses no added fat. The sundried tomatoes give it a wonderful smoky flavor and add the cancer-fighting antioxidant lycopene. Spread it on low-fat crusty bread or use it as a dip for baked pita chips. Recipe from Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.
This bean dip is one of the easiest recipes you will ever make with only 3-4 ingredients and prep time of 15 minutes flat! Recipe is from The Cancer Survivor’s Guide by Dr. Neal Barnard of Physicians Committee.
If you are looking for a new salad dressing idea for all those veggies, checkout this delicious tangy dressing recipe from Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. It’s so quick and easy!