I feel guilty even writing up this recipe, but I discovered it during my Pre-Holiday Whole 30 through the Whole 30 Daily email (see more about this subscription on the Whole 30 website) and I love it so much I had to figure out a way to share it with you. I have talked about this dressing/dip so much and I have eaten it almost constantly for the past few weeks so I knew that I had to give you some guidance so you can make this for yourself.
It should go without saying, that I do heartily encourage you to sign up for the Whole 30 Daily. It’s only $14.95 and full of tons of helpful information and encouragement. There’s this little inocuous link at the bottom of each daily email where you get to choose: “I did it! Another Whole30 day in the bank.” or “I made some bad choices today…let’s start my Whole 30 over.” Somehow, having to make that choice each day was a big motivator for me. I didn’t want the email to know that I had failed. I wanted the email to be proud of me. I worked each day to be able to click that “I made it” link.
But even if there were no magical motivating link or gobs of helpful tips and tricks to make it through your Whole 30, discovering this recipe made the $15 totally worth it.
This recipe will make you eat more vegetables. This recipe will make you crave salad. This recipe with make your hair thicker and your wrinkles disappear. Well, maybe not those last two. I do consider it just about that magical though.
Written up for you below is my version of this recipe. The ingredients are the same as the Whole 30 recipe, but my amounts are a good bit different. Even still, I have to fully give credit to the Whole 30 genius who originally created this recipe. Thank you. Thank you from the bottom of my stomach.