16 Whole Food Recipes for Condiments, Dips and Spreads

When switching to a whole food diet, condiments, dips and spreads are the hardest things to find clean.  I usually make my own.  So here is a roundup of every recipe I have so far.

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Hummus

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Teriyaki Sauce

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Fruit Spreads

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Italian Herb Dressing

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Balsamic Vinaigrette

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Homemade Ketchup

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Easy Crock Pot Tomato Sauce

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Dairy Free Ranch Dressing

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Homemade Peanut Butter

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Healthy Honey Mustard

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Homemade BBQ Sauce

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Homemade Re-Fried Beans

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Coconut Butter

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Healthy White Bean Pesto Dip

Hope these recipes can help you transition away from store bought versions!  Enjoy

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Toasted Sesame Asian Dressing

 

 

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23 thoughts to “16 Whole Food Recipes for Condiments, Dips and Spreads”

  1. You've got some great recipes here. I especially like the fruit spread. Also the ranch dressing because that's my husband's favorite kind of salad dressing.
  2. Great round-up of healthy recipes! I do especially love that you tackled Nutella. At Two Healthy Kitchens, we've gotten plenty of requests for including Nutella in recipes (which we haven't done). Lots of people think of it as really healthy, and it's wonderful that you've given them an even better option for enjoying the flavors they love!
  3. Love the recipes, have made quite a few with good results, eventhough I don't have a super high powered mixer/blender. Just wondered if you've ever tried making ketchup or bbq sauce right from raw tomatoes? I've done it a few times with varied results.Thanks, Christine
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