3-Variety Veggie Mousse Dips (Carrot/Beet/Avocado)

5 (1 Review)
8 servings
40 Minutes

I don't know if anyone else loves dips as much as I do, but I'm usually using veggies or bread as the vessel for the dips


I wanted to use some avocados I had that were about to turn and make them into a dip. I decided to whip the avocados with some olive oil and turn them into a lightened mousse-like texture.


Of course I couldn't stop there. I also whipped steamed carrots and beets into their own tasty dips as well. The toppings were fun to add to these as well. The dill and sharp radishes complemented the sweet carrots, while goat cheese and toasted pistachios were tasty on the beet dip. Naturally, I went with red onion and cilantro for the avocado dip.


Serve these with grainy crackers or nutty bread for the best tasting experience!

3-Variety Veggie Mousse Dips (Carrot/Beet/Avocado)

5 (1 Review)

Recipe details

  • 8 servings
  • Prep time: 15 Minutes|Cook time: 25 Minutes|Total time: 40 Minutes

Ingredients

Carrot Mousse

Beet Mousse

Avocado Mousse

Instructions

Carrot Mousse

Boil pot of salted water. Peel and dice carrots
Add carrots and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer uncovered for 15-20 minutes until carrots are fork-tender. While boiling, slice radishes and prepare dill.
Drain water and add carrots to food processor. Slowly add oil and blend until creamy.
Plate and top with desired garnishes!

Beet Mousse

Boil pot of salted water. Peel and dice beets.
Add beets and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer uncovered for 10-15 minutes until beets are fork-tender. While boiling, chop pistachios and crumble goat cheese.
Drain water and add beets to food processor. Slowly add olive oil and blend until creamy.
Plate and top with desired garnishes!

Avocado Mousse

Peel avocados and and place in food processor. Dice red onions and cilantro.
Slowly add olive oil and blend until creamy and texture appears light, about 5-9 minutes.
Plate and top with desired garnishes!

Tips

  • Be creative and think of other veggies you could use. Maybe roasted red pepper? Zucchini? Go for a baba ganoush taste with eggplant?
  • Use high-quality EVOO for optimal taste
  • If you would like to have dips hold a certain shape, you can also pipe them through a piping bag with tip to control the style of plating.

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  • JeannieTaberGreen
    JeannieTaberGreen
    on Dec 9, 2020

    I am giving a five star recipe review before even trying these yummy looking dips! Thanks for posting this. WHAT is the delicious looking seedy, brown bread in the photo with the dips? If it's your creation, please share! :}}

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