Delicious dips and healthy dippers
Dips can be used as a nutritious substitute for condiments and sauces and also make delicious sandwich fillers.
Creamy corn and tuna
Mix tuna with creamed corn. Add ricotta cheese for a smoother texture.
Chickpea and beetroot
Make a colourful and fun dip by blending chickpeas with baby beetroot. Add lemon and garlic for extra flavour.
Sweet potato and salmon
Boost intake of vegetables, fish and cheese with this simple recipe.
Pineapple and yoghurt
Mixed crushed pineapple and natural yogurt. Serve with a selection of fruit dippers.
Yoghurt and cucumber make a delicious combination. This is a favourite with kids.
A traditional favourite that is lactose free, milk protein free, soy free and egg free.
- Carrot sticks (lightly steamed)
- Cucumber sticks
- Green beans
- Raw zucchini sticks
- Capsicum sticks
- Broccoli florets (lightly steamed)
- Celery sticks
- Cherry tomatoes
- Sweet potato (lightly steamed)
- Wholegrain pita wedges (toasted)
- Wholegrain rice crackers and/or rice cakes
- Multigrain crispbread
- Apple and pear wedges (sprinkle with cinnamon for extra flavour)
- Banana slices
- Mandarin and orange segments (pips removed)
- Kiwi pieces
- Seedless grapes (cut in half for young children)
- Nectarine slices
- Fruit skewers
Layer seasonal fruit on skewers for a delicious healthy dipper snack
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Written and reviewed by dietitians and nutritionists at Nutrition Australia, with support from the Victorian Government.
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