This homemade French onion dip recipe fulfills the need to snack! Add your favorite cut veggies or chips and satisfy a craving.
Whether it be at a football game, family get-together, tailgating, or just to snack on at home, French onion dip with chips is always a favorite to indulge in.
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French onion dip is always, always a crowd pleaser.
Unfortunately, most store-bought dips — including the beloved onion dip in the blue packet — contain MSG, dextrose, the questionable “spices” ingredient, and GMOs.
For someone who is consciously trying to eat better and eliminate processed ingredients, this could prove to be an issue — especially when even organic versions contain maltodextrin.
Thankfully, you don’t have to sacrifice quality of ingredients and taste in order to enjoy French onion dip!
This homemade French onion dip recipe is bursting with true, authentic flavor. The kind you get when using fresh spices.
It’s much prettier too; the added turmeric turns the dip a light yellow hue with green flecks of parsley and celery seed.
You can whip up a batch yourself with the recipe below.
If you prefer to have pre-mixed packets on hand for when you need a quick, easy snack, head over to Naturally Loriel to find out more about my Naturally Free French Onion Dip mix. I create my blends in small batches in a local commercial kitchen using the freshest, non-irradiated spices. (I also have a delicious taco seasoning and an extremely versatile Italian seasoning.)
Here’s to better ingredients, supporting small businesses, and eating real food flavors that taste a million times better than store-bought!
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Homemade French Onion Dip Recipe
Be the life of the party with this dip - you won't be including any sketchy ingredients!
Stir dry ingredients together. Pour spices into the sour cream; mix well. Let dip sit in the refrigerator for an hour so the flavors can come together. Serve with chips or chopped veggies.