Recipe for Dairy-Free, Soy-Free, Black Bean Dip

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Dairy and soy-free black bean dip is just as delicious, if not more so, than traditional black bean dip. Find out about a recipe for dairy-free and soy-free black bean dip with help from a board-certified, holistic health coach with an AADP designation in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Marisa Voorhees, I'm a caterer and a party planner, and I do it all gluten and dairy-freely. You can find me at MarisaVoorhees.com. Today, we're making a dairy-free, soy-free black bean dip. Now when most people think black bean dip they think all the different layers, especially those seven layer dips, and so it has the ooey gooey cheese, and all of the sour cream, but there are plenty of ways to make a delicious dairy-free black bean dip. And so my soy-free, dairy-free black bean dip starts with a layer of black beans and bacon, 'cause who doesn't love bacon? Followed by a layer of guacamole, and a layer of pico de gallo, so it's nice and fresh and clean, and will go with lots of different meals. So the thing with bacon, when looking for bacon, is make sure that you look for on the label that is say soy-free. There are a lot of great bacons out there that are soy free. So just read the label carefully and you'll see under allergens if it has soy or not. So to make the black bean dip and the first layer of the black beans, you're gonna add a can of black beans that have been rinsed into a food processor, as well as three strips of nicely cooked bacon. Because it's going in the food processor, you don't even have to crumble it up. Just simply place it in and if there's any bacon fat that can go in, let that drizzle in as well. Once your food processor gets going, you're gonna add in a little bit of coconut milk, about 1/4 of a cup of coconut milk, and that will help bring a little bit of creaminess to this layer. So once you've given a good whirl to your black beans and your bacon in the food processor along with the coconut milk, you're gonna empty those out as the first layer in your black bean dip. And so, the nice thing about this is it's very easy to double. So if you're serving a lot of people, just double the recipe. It's one standard can of black beans to three pieces of bacon, a 1/4 of a cup of coconut milk. So once you've added that, give it a quick check. You may need to add a little more salt to this layer, and I will. Some bacon is gonna be super salty, some of it is not. So give that a little stir, and then you're gonna be able to add in your next layers, which are gonna be your guacamole, and then your pico de gallo. So for the guacamole layer, this is a lot of guacamole, you don't need all of it unless you are a huge avocado lover. So you're gonna layer in the guacamole right on top of the black beans. It, the nice thing about a bean dip like this is it does not have to be beautiful, 'cause it will be dug into immediately with chips and all kinds of other delicious things. Or some people my just go the spoon route. And on top of the guacamole and the beans goes fresh pico de gallo. You can make this yourself, or you can just buy it already made. But again, when buying things that are dairy-free and soy-free, make sure that you read the labels carefully. Most pico de gallos should not have either of those ingredients, but you never know. So once you've added that on, you can add a final pinch of salt to the top of it and walah. Black bean dip that is dairy-free and soy-free. Again, I'm Marissa Voorhees, the food sensitive foodie, thanks for watching, I wish you a delicious day.

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