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Creamy Vegetable Dip Recipe

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Ahh…Summer…time for cookouts, parties and spending time with family and friends! Many moons ago, my good friend Jane, shared her recipe with me for Veggie Dip, when I spotted the Easy Vegetable Dip recipe using the new Hellmann’s mayonnaise dressing with Olive Oil, I was right away reminded of Jane’s recipe.

This Creamy Vegetable Dip is a little different than one you might have tried, it has dried Guacamole Mix in it, which gives it a little kick. It’s not spicy at all, but the additional flavors combine for a delicious flavor.

Hellmann’s mayonnaise dressing with Olive Oil combines the creamy, rich Hellmann’s taste you love with Olive Oil and other high quality ingredients including cage-free eggs and vinegar.

Similar to the popular Spinach Dip, we served the Creamy Vegetable Dip in Hawaiian bread, but used individual rolls instead of a large loaf, so guests can have their own special serving.

Interested in trying the new Hellmann’s mayonnaise with Olive Oilhead on over and grab a coupon!

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Creamy Vegetable Dip Recipe
 
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Delicious dip with a little surprise burst of flavor. Recipe from HoosierHomemade.com
Ingredients
  • 1 cup Hellmann's mayonnaise with Olive Oil
  • 1 cup sour cream
  • 1 package Knorr vegetable mix
  • ½ package Guacamole mix {dried}
Instructions
  1. In a medium bowl, add Hellmann's and sour cream
  2. Gently crush vegetable mix, add to bowl
  3. Add Guacamole mix and combine well
  4. Serve with cut veggies, bread or crackers

Here are a few more great recipes using Hellmann’s mayonnaise with Olive Oil

Disclosure: This is a compensated post. As always, the opinions are all my own.

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