Top Rated Crudité Recipes

Chipotle Dip
Spice up game night with a delicious chipotle dip. Give your classic recipes a twist with Chobani Greek yogurt — yes yogurt makes all the difference in these recipes. The best part: By swapping in Chobani Greek Yogurt, you’re serving up natural flavors that are not genetically modified (non-GMO), scoring a touchdown in your kitchen on game day! 
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Pesto Kefir Hummus
Recipe Courtesy of LifewayThis flavorful pesto hummus is probiotic-packed with no preservatives or artificial flavorings. After one bite, you’ll never go back to store-bought brands.
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Red’s Secret Garden of Crudite
Also known as Executive Chef of Catering Matthew Riznyk’s Pumpernickel “Dirt,” this delicious snack will remind your 2014 Emmy's viewing party guests just how devilsh garden appetizers can be. 
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A super simple crowd pleaser, this dip takes mere moments to put together, which is perfect, because it disappears almost as quickly.
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Marinated Goat Cheese
This cheese keeps for quite some time (about three weeks) in the refrigerator but is at its best a couple of weeks into the marinade — if it was fresh to begin with. You can use goat, mozzarella, or feta cheese — the feta and mozzarella I think keep a bit longer than the fresh goat. The marinated cheese makes a terrific addition to a mezze or antipasto platter, a lovely crostini, or as a salad garnish, particularly one with roasted beets and bitter greens. Click here to see 11 Classic Antipasto Recipes for Summer.
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With their appealing sweet taste, parsnips make for a satisfying and versatile go-to vegetable without being loaded with calories. Parsnips are an excellent source of soluble fiber that helps lower cholesterol and keep blood sugar stable, also aided by the potassium they contain. Full of folic acid, calcium, vitamins C, B1, B2, B3 and minerals such as zinc and iron, this yummy vegetable will help keep you healthy during the holidays. 
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Red Pepper Hummus
For when you want the red pepper flavor, but don't want to go to the trouble of roasting.
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‘Orange is the New Black’ Red’s Secret Garden Crudité
Perfect for your Emmy party, Red’s Secret Garden Crudité looks like a real garden. Crudité is just a fancy word for chopped up vegetables. Dress up the garden with edible flowers or pea shoots and serve some different types of dips to go on the side. Click Here to See More Crudité Recipes
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Green Goddess Dressing or Dip for Vegetable Crudité
What sets Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar apart from other restaurants  is its innovative and forever-evolving menu that includes the current season's freshest ingredients. This summer, under the direction of executive chef Brian Massie, Hearthstone is offering a new menu of crafted house-made dishes including this seasonal Green Goddess dressing with vegetable crudité. This dish completely encompasses summer's zesty and bold flavors — it is the perfect appetizer to share on a summer night out.
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Healthy Tzatziki (Greek Yogurt Dip)
Tzatziki is an easy-to-make Greek condiment. Bright flavors from the lemon juice and zest pair well with cool cucumber and Greek yogurt. Use as a dip, sandwich spread, and sauce for meat and seafood — tzatziki does it all.
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Hummus is great, but for something a little different, try this cannellini bean dip. It’s got some zip to it from the lemon juice, and crunchy vegetables make for the perfect dip delivery device.
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Bourbon-Onion Dip
The sweetness of slow-cooked onions pairs naturally with the caramel undertones of bourbon in this fun party dip recipe. Serve this at your next big get-together for a great conversation starter. — Will Budiaman
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