Special Diet - Created Date : 19.8.2019
Clean onion sauce
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A delicious and healthy sauce recipe, this Clean-Onion Dip is whisked in less than 2 minutes and is the perfect dip for vegetables, chips or bite-sized appetizers!
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Healthy Onion Dip Recipe
If you've been reading Sugar, Spice and Sparkle for a while, you probably know that Friday nights are family nights at home!
I'm making it a little easier in the kitchen, and I'm going to have a snack at the desk, play games or watch a movie.
For the last week's movie night, Dr. Baker served as a fun-shaped vegetable nuggets and served them with a homemade onion sauce. I prepared Praeger's Broccoli Littles and Spinach Littles.
All the ingredients listed in the box are the ingredients I already have in my kitchen - broccoli or spinach, potato, onion, oil, potato flakes, egg whites, sea dust, sea salt, garlic. They are also vegetarian and gluten-free.
These are a very fun way to serve vegetables on an ordinary family night or for a party and, of course, fun shaped nuggets are a great way to try new things from fussy eaters. My daughter loves the spinach so much, so it was easy for her to get to it, and my nephew was thrilled with the way her vegetables were shaped like dinosaurs!
The onion sauce was perfectly spiced and ready to enjoy in two minutes. It was very tasty with Littles, but it would match well with vegetables or chips! (I've used 3 carton sour cream to perfect this recipe, but feel free to pinch or add a little spice if you like.)
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