Checking in with a very easy and quick recipe today…
I whipped this spread up in less than 10 minutes and took this to a small gathering last night and it was a hit. The leftovers will be a great sandwich spread.
Bean and Pesto Spread
1, 15 oz can of cannellini beans, drained and rinsed
3-6 Tablespoons prepared pesto
1 tsp (or more to taste) apple cider vinegar or red wine vinegar
A couple of dashes of seasoning (TJ’s 21 Seasoning Salute is perfect for this)
1. Put the beans, pesto, vinegar, seasoning in a food processor and blend until combined.
2. Refrigerate until ready to use.
My dad makes the best pesto out of his garden’s bounty of basil so I always have pesto on hand. This was a fun new way to use it.
Do you have an easy dip/spread recipe to share? Links welcome.
What’s your standard dish you bring to parties?
Mmmm! Looks easy and delicious! When I go to parties, I usually bring mock-amole, a healthier version of guac; I used one avocado, plus a ton of cooked (mashed) peas. It’s a huge hit! Happy Sunday!
This sounds tasty! And so easy to make. Thanks! I don’t usually do the making, but my husband makes a great guacamole. Sadly, unlike Carrie’s (above comment) it’s probably not that healthy. We may have to try her mock-amole version 🙂 Appreciate the tips. Happy New Year!
Happy New Year!
Love that you still use that tj’s seasoning. 🙂
Best ever! Thanks again!!
I always make guacamole for parties (during the summer). My family tells me that mine is the best… but who knows.
Guac is a good crowd-pleaser!
NEED to make that pesto spread – I love anything with the word pesto in it 🙂
It’s even better on Day 2.
oh this looks incredible. i could live on something like that!
It’s my new favorite!
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