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By: Ria Bass

Ria Bass is a food blogger (check her out @vibrantbythespoonful on Instagram!) who regularly posts picture-perfect ‘grams. Here, she shares her Chunky Avocado Dip recipe.

Are you a fan of savory snacks? Well, this Chunky Avocado Dip is the perfect snack companion when paired with crackers and veggies. It’s also a great opportunity to free up the fridge of any super-ripe avocados that may be overstaying their welcome. Win-win!

This Chunky Avocado Dip is loaded with healthy fats thanks to the avocado and packed with an assortment of fresh veggies for the ultimate nutrient boost. There’s also a secret ingredient that brings up the cool factor of this dish: Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides.

Since our Collagen Peptides are both odorless and flavorless, it’s extremely versatile when it comes to baking and/or cooking. That’s exactly why I decided to sneak in a scoop into the dressing for this dip.

Feel free to incorporate this Chunky Avocado Dip into various dishes. It doubles as a spread for sandwiches or wraps and tastes amazing on top of brown rice and grilled chicken. The options are endless!

Top Off Your Dinner with This Chunky Avocado Dip

Chunky Avocado Dip Recipe

Yields 3 servings of Chunky Avocado Dip

Ingredients:

For the Dip

  • 1-2 ripe avocados, peeled cut into small chunks
  • 1 bell pepper (red, yellow or green)
  • ¼ C cucumber, diced
  • 2 T fresh cilantro, finely chopped

For the Dressing

Directions:

  1. Cut avocado in half, remove the seed and skin and begin to cut into small chunks.
  2. In a medium-sized bowl, combine your bell pepper, cilantro, cucumber and avocado.
  3. In a smaller bowl, add your olive oil, garlic and chili powder, lemon juice, Collagen Peptides, salt and pepper. Thoroughly whisk using a fork until the collagen has dissolved.
  4. Slowly pour dressing over the dip and using a fork gently mix the contents.
  5. Pop into the fridge before serving.

Recipe Notes:

It's best to use a ripe-yet-firm avocado if you want a chunky texture over one that is mushy, but if you have overly ripe avocados, mashing it into a paste works best.