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Treat yourself to this delicious Lemon-Garlic Edamame Dip ... paired with crackers and veggies, it's the perfect snack!
Lemon-Garlic Edamame Dip
I don't know about you, but I love a tasty snack.
And dips are usually at the top of the list! There is just something about dips that are so fun to eat, and if you choose your ingredients right, they can be healthy, too.
This Lemon-Garlic Edamame Dip is exactly the kind of snack I crave. It's made with simple, healthy ingredients ... and most importantly, it tastes amazing!
A couple weeks ago, I attended a gluten-free event. It was a great opportunity to taste a few products, as well as learn more about gluten-free foods.
Since then, I've done my own research and tried more delicious foods, like Kit's Organic Bars from Clif. These delicious bars are perfect for busy days. I like to carry a couple in my bag and keep a few at home to round out simple meals.
Are you looking for an easy gluten-free meal solution? Try pairing one of these bars with my Lemon-Garlic Edamame Dip.
How to Make Edamame Dip
I love the simplicity of this easy Edamame Dip!
There aren't a lot of steps or exotic ingredients. Just combine everything—edamame, white beans for creaminess, olive oil for healthy fat, and lemon, garlic, and smoked paprika for kick—in a food processor, then and blend until smooth.
This healthy Edamame Dip couldn't be easier to make or more flavorful.
Store this Lemon-Garlic Edamame Dip in your refrigerator for a quick meal on a busy day or serve it at your next party. Either way, you are going to love it!
I like to serve this Lemon-Garlic Edamame Dip with fresh veggies, rice crackers, or even as a delicious sandwich spread. Paired with a Clif Bar, it also makes a great gluten-free meal.
Lemon-Garlic Edamame Dip
- 1 (16-ounce) package frozen shelled edamame
- 2 cloves garlic, peeled
- 1 (15-ounce) can cannellini beans, drained and rinsed
- 1 lemon, juiced
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1 ½ teaspoons salt
- 1 teaspoon smoked paprika
- Place edamame in a microwave-safe container and add 3 tablespoons water.
- Cover and microwave edamame for 7 minutes, stirring twice. Drain edamame and allow to cool slightly before proceeding.
- Place garlic cloves in food processor and pulse until minced.
- Add edamame, beans, lemon juice, olive oil, salt, and paprika to food processor, as well as ¼ cup water.
- Process mixture until smooth, stirring occasionally, and adding additional water if needed.
- Season to taste with additional salt, if desired.
What is your favorite kind of dip?