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Paleo Artichoke "Hummus" Dip

Easy Paleo Artichoke “Hummus” Dip

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Last Updated on March 17, 2020 by Renee’

Paleo AIP Friendly Easy Artichoke Hummus Dip! I can't get enough of this dip! If you want an easy quick delicious dip that is kid approved, this is it! www.thehealthnutmama.com

Paleo AIP Friendly Easy Artichoke Hummus Dip! I can't get enough of this dip! If you want an easy quick delicious dip that is kid approved, this is it! www.thehealthnutmama.com

Who doesn’t love hummus?

One of my favorite snacks before going Paleo/AIP. I do love to snack.

I found a few artichoke dip recipes on the internet & this is what I came up with, using what ingredients I had in my pantry and of course, keeping it Paleo. It is also AIP friendly, just leave out the mayo &/or sub 1/2 an avocado. Or a whole one! I do love avocados!

It was a huge success! My daughter loved it & asked could she take it in her lunch box. Win/Win!

Paleo AIP Friendly Easy Artichoke Hummus Dip! I can't get enough of this dip! If you want an easy quick delicious dip that is kid approved, this is it! www.thehealthnutmama.com
1st you want to empty your jar of artichokes into a colander & squeeze all the water out. I got my 33 oz. jar of artichokes at Costco. You could also use frozen or canned like the ones here.

If you are AIP, check the labels. Citric Acid is not compliant. I also soak & rinse them thoroughly. It makes me feel better, anyway.

Paleo AIP Friendly Easy Artichoke Hummus Dip! I can't get enough of this dip! If you want an easy quick delicious dip that is kid approved, this is it! www.thehealthnutmama.com
The 1st time I made this I used 2 cloves of garlic. If you love garlic, this is awesome. My daughter, who was 14 at the time, thought it might make her breath smell bad & said I probably shouldn’t put so much garlic in it. Hmmmm. I guess it’s a matter of taste.

Primal Kitchen Mayo -Paleo AIP Friendly Easy Artichoke Hummus Dip! I can't get enough of this dip! If you want an easy quick delicious dip that is kid approved, this is it! www.thehealthnutmama.com
This is the brand of mayo I use if I’m in a hurry or I don’t have homemade mayo. I Love it!

If you are AIP,  & haven’t reintro’d eggs, or vegan, simply leave out the mayo & sub 1/2 an avocado & blend. Yum! Anything with avocado.

Santa Cruz Organic Lemon Juice -Paleo AIP Friendly Easy Artichoke Hummus Dip! I can't get enough of this dip! If you want an easy quick delicious dip that is kid approved, this is it! www.thehealthnutmama.com
This is the brand of Lemon Juice I use if I don’t have fresh lemons. I do love convenience!  

Put everything in the food processor & blend until smooth. Now put in a pretty dish, garnish with chopped parsley or cilantro & drizzle with EVOO.  

Serve with plantain chips or carrot sticks, celery sticks or sliced cucumber for low carb or keto. 

 

Ingredients:

 

Tools Needed: 

 

Directions:

  • Put everything in the food processor, except oil & parsley.
  • Blend until smooth, adding oil until the right consistency.
  • Pour into dish, drizzle with oil & garnish with chopped parsley.
  • Serve with plantain chips, sliced cucumber, carrot sticks & or celery sticks!

Tips*

  • Soak the canned artichokes & rinse a couple of times to get as much of the citric acid off. Not sure if it gets it all off, but definitely can’t hurt
  • Make sure to squeeze artichokes in a colander to get as much liquid out as possible.
  • Serve with plantain chips or carrot sticks, celery sticks or sliced cucumber for low carb or keto. 

*Scroll down for a printable recipe card.

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Easy Artichoke "Hummus" Dip

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 33 oz jar or 2 cans of artichoke hearts (or frozen)
  • 1-2 cloves of garlic (chopped)
  • 1/2 c. of Primal kitchen mayo (or homemade)
  • 1/4 c. EVOO or Avocado Oil
  • 1 Tbs. Organic Lemon Juice
  • Sea Salt to taste
  • garnish- chopped parsley & EVOO or Avocado Oil

Instructions

  1. Put everything in the food processor, except oil & parsley.
  2. Blend until smooth, adding oil until the right consistency.
  3. Pour into dish, drizzle with oil & garnish with chopped parsley.
  4. Serve with plantain chips, sliced cucumber, carrot sticks & or celery sticks!

Notes

  • Make sure to squeeze artichokes in a colander to get as much liquid out as possible.
  • Also, soak the canned artichokes & rinse a couple of times to get as much of the citric acid off. Not sure if it gets it all off, but definitely can't hurt
  • Serve with plantain chips or carrot sticks, celery sticks or sliced cucumber for low carb or keto. 


 

 

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6 comments

    • Renee' says:

      AIP is Egg Free, until you re-introduce. This recipe is Paleo but AIP Friendly. You would have to substitute avocado mayo or just blend an avocado instead of the mayo.

  1. Amy says:

    Just want to make sure that everyone who is AIP knows that the canned artichokes in the link are not compliant due to citric/ascorbic acids, neither are the Costco artichoke hearts. If anyone knows of complaint ones I would love to know as I’ve been hunting for them. I’ll have to check the freezer section, never thought about that.

    • Renee' says:

      Hi Amy, Thanks for your comment. You are correct that this recipe is not AIP. It is AIP friendly. I too have had a hard time finding canned artichokes without citric acid. If that is all I can find I get the cleanest ones possible & soak them a couple of times & rinse. I’m not sure if it helps, but I feel better doing so. Look for frozen ones I think you can find them without any preservatives. I have updated the post. Thank you for bringing this to my attention.

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