The football game you have been waiting all season for is just around the corner which means it’s time to break out your favorite dip recipes. Whether you’re hosting your own party or attending a friend’s, you’ll want to bring a delicious dip everyone will love. These recipes are flavorful, healthy and take very little time to prepare. All of these dips are sure to score a touchdown with your friends and family.

Sriracha Hummus

If you like your dips with a bit of kick then you are going to love this Sriracha flavored hummus. This is a spicier and smokier take on  your average hummus. It’s not so hot it will scorch your tongue, but it does have a nice, zesty flavor. Your party guests will love the hints of garlic and red pepper flakes mixed with the spice from the Sriracha and nutty flavor of the garbanzo beans. Pull out a bag of your favorite pita chips or serve with a plate of veggies and enjoy. No one will care who won the big game because they will be too busy eating this delicious dip.

Roasted Red Pepper and White Bean Dip

If this is your first time preparing a homemade dip for a party, this roasted red pepper and white bean dip is super simple and will make you look like you have been making dips for years. It only takes a few minutes to prepare, but is packed with flavor. The roasted red pepper flakes and garlic are the perfect combination of flavors with the white beans and a touch of lemon zest. A dash of dried oregano adds a peppery, bold flavor to the dip. All you have to do is combine the ingredients in a food processor and your dip is done. When you serve this at your party, everyone will think you are a dip expert.

Pinto Bean and Ranch Dip

If you’re attending a party that is kid friendly, you’ll want to bring a dip the little ones can enjoy too. Kids love to dip their vegetables in ranch dressing, so give this pinto bean and ranch dip a try. This is a great way to get your kids to eat more beans and vegetables at the same time. It’s the best of both worlds. Combine pinto beans, ranch seasoning and fat free sour cream in a food processor and you’re good to go. Kids will love the creamy texture and ranch flavoring so much they might not share any with the adults at the party. Serve the dip with a fun and festive vegetable tray. You’ll be able to serve your kids something much more healthy and filling than a bag of chips. Everyone wins.

Which of these tasty dips will you be making for the big game?

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