Vegan Jalapeño Popper Dip

Vegan Jalapeño Popper Dip

Vegan jalapeño popper dip is spicy, velvety, indulgent, dairy-free, and made with entire foods! Excellent served warm with veg and crackers.

I can’t think that I’m stating this, however I’m getting tired with beans and lentils in our stay-at-home life! It’s a continuously parade of them in our soups, pasta, on top of salads and bowls. I understand that they are the saviour of plant-based kitchen cooking, they’re cost-effective, very wholesome, available, loaded with fiber and protein, the entire bundle! However the idea of making YET ANOTHER chickpea stew has actually ended up being less enticing nowadays.

So I’m whipping our kitchen saviour active ingredient into dips for a bit. Particularly this vegan jalapeño popper dip that’s topped with some crispy breadcrumbs and served warm. It feels indulgent, however is truthfully the greatest ambiance variation of this dip humanly possible, I believe (lol). This international circumstance constantly has me believing that I must be sharing very useful, extremely simple supper dishes continuously. The sensation today was quite: f * ck it, I’m making jalapeño popper dip. I simply desired a somewhat naughty-feeling warm dip to delicately treat on and call it supper. We have actually been playing A great deal of cribbage the last couple of weeks and a scrumptious dip/snack-based supper appeared additional suitable. Make the dip, bake it up, cut veggies, put a drink, play baby crib, great times.

The base is mainly white beans, some cashews, great deals of lemon, spices, my all-time preferred thing ever dietary yeast, miso, and some well-charred jalapeños. Ours ended up HOT since I got a little arrogant with the quantity of seeds that I chose to consist of, oops! It was still so scrumptious and like a great deal of hot treats, it’s difficult to stop consuming it. You can manage the level of spice, by leaving out or consisting of nevertheless lots of seeds/inner membranes of the peppers that you can deal with. It tastes even much better the next day if you’re preparing to make it ahead. Simply conserve the breadcrumb and baking action for right prior to your serving time.

Hope you make this vegan jalapeño popper dip when you need a “dip for supper” kinda night;-RRB-. Other excellent choices include my caramelized onion dip and my spicy pepperonccini artichoke dip. Huge hug today!

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Vegan Jalapeño Popper Dip

Vegan jalapeño popper dip is spicy, velvety, indulgent, naturally dairy-free, and made with entire food components! Excellent served warm with veg and crackers.

PREPARATION TIME 20 minutes COOK TIME 27 minutes OVERALL TIME 47 minutes

Course Appetiser, Treat Diet Plan Gluten Free, Vegan, Vegetarian

Servings: 2 cups

Author: Laura Wright


  • Food Mill



  • 4 jalapeños
  • 1 cup prepared and drained pipes white beans
  • 1/2 cup raw cashews, soaked for a minimum of 2 hours
  • 2 tablespoons dietary yeast
  • 1 clove of garlic, peeled
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon smoked paprika
  • 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon light miso
  • 1 teaspoon dijon mustard
  • 1 teaspoon agave nectar
  • 1/4 cup filtered water, plus additional if essential
  • sea salt and ground black pepper, to taste


  • 2/3 cup breadcrumbs or cracker crumbs (utilize a gluten-free alternative if essential!)
  • 1 tablespoon dietary yeast
  • sea salt and ground black pepper, to taste
  • 2 tablespoons avocado oil
  • sliced chives/green onion, for garnish


  • Preheat the oven to broil. Line a little flat pan with foil. Location the jalapeños on the baking sheet and move them into the oven. Broil the jalapeños till they are charred, thoroughly turning them with tongs throughout the procedure. This must take about 5-7 minutes! When done, lower the heat to 350 degrees F.
  • Transfer the charred jalapeños to a little bowl and cover. Let the jalapeños steam for 5 minutes.
  • While jalapeños are steaming, make the base of the dip. In an upright mixer, integrate the white beans, cashews, dietary yeast, garlic clove, garlic powder, onion powder, smoked paprika, lemon juice, miso, dijon mustard, agave nectar, water, salt, and pepper. Mix the mix on high till totally smooth, stopping to scrape down the sides of your mixer pitcher if essential. If the mixer is having a hard time to work up whatever, include more water by the tablespoon till it starts.
  • Taste the vegan jalapeño popper dip base, inspecting it for spices. Get used to your taste (more lemon, more salt, more onion powder and so on) and mix it to integrate one more time. Transfer the dip base to an oven-safe serving meal with 3-cup capability.
  • Back to the charred and steamed jalapeños! Discover them and thoroughly remove the charred skins. Cut the roasted jalapeños in half and dig the seeds if you like (or leave some in if you desire some heat). Carefully mince the roasted jalapeños and after that stir them into the dip base. Smooth out the top of the dip in the serving meal.
  • Make your topping. In a little bowl, stir together the breadcrumbs, dietary yeast, salt, pepper, and avocado oil. When the breadcrumbs are clumping a bit like damp sand, you’re great. Uniformly leading the vegan jalapeño popper dip with the breadcrumb topping. Bake the dip for 20 minutes, broiling the top for a couple minutes at the end to get some browning on top.
  • Serve the dip warm with crackers, cut veggies and so on!


  • This makes 2.5 cups of dip
  • Raw cashew replaces: drenched macadamia nuts, pine nuts, skinned and sliced almonds.
  • I end up utilizing 4 roasted jalapeños with about 1 pepper’s worth of seeds and it was quite hot!
  • I got this dip very smooth in my high speed mixer. I believe a food mill might operate in a pinch, however the resulting dip might not be as silky smooth.
  • If you have a gas range, you can char the jalapeños outdoors flame by holding them with tongs.

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Program Conceal 12 remarks

  • Mary Ann

    Thanks for this dish Laura. We are preparing a supper by the fire ring for Saturday night and wished to simply serve appetisers. We’ll have 2 sets of whatever so we can keep the suitable range with our good friends. It’s excellent that I can make it a day ahead! Congrats on your nut butter cooperation. Can’t wait to attempt it! Reply

  • Jo-Ann Nash

    Your nut butter colab sounds definitely scrumptious and went to the link right away … however Ground Up does not deliver to Canada????
    C’mon! Reply

    • Laura

      I’m sorry that you’re disappointed about this, Jo-Ann. In some cases global shipping is too costly for small companies to carry out, specifically when you consider CFIA identifying barriers and customizeds problems. This might amaze you, however most of my audience is American. Does not make this circumstance any less aggravating, I comprehend, however these things are regrettably out of my control.

      Maybe sending out a note to Ground Up PDX revealing your interest in buying would convince them to think about Canadian shipping in the future. Thanks for your interest and this note.
      All finest,
      Laura Reply

  • Maya

    Oh man … I desire this dip so severely. Did my weekly grocery store, got all the components however forgot white beans. I have actually canned chickpeas, romanos, and black eyed peas. Believe any of these would work? Reply

    • Laura

      Chickpeas would be the very best bet! You may require a touch more water to get the mixer moving however.
      – L Reply

  • Ilona

    Simply made this and as constantly your flavours struck it out of the park!!! Preparation on baking tonight for a casual supper, in addition to roasted potatoes … I seem like jalapeno popper dip + potatoes seem like an ideal match. Possibly simply me. Thanks:-RRB- Reply

  • Eileen

    Made this today; it was YUM! I tossed the jalapenos into the food mill with whatever else. We had it as a dip however tomorrow will utilize it as a sandwich spread out with tomatoes. Thanks! Reply

  • Kate

    I prepare routinely from your cookbook and blog site Laura however a lot more so considering that the pandemic begun. My household is completely caring your kitchen dishes and all the great brand-new dishes you have actually been publishing. The calzones are a brand-new preferred in our home and we simply made this for a treat today and the bowl is currently scraped tidy. So scrumptious and will certainly make once again. Would be excellent for amusing however likewise works for a casual treat or supper! We are grateful for your imagination throughout this difficult time! Reply

  • Lil

    Oh my gosh!! This is the very best jalapeno dip dish … So simple to make, too. I made it without the topping. Thanks for sharing your dish!!! Reply

  • Leah

    I made this for the very first NBA championship game my other half and I viewed. He is not a substantial fan of lots of “imaginative” things I have actually made. haha! However this was a huge winner! Feels so great to make something healthy and dairy-free that tastes definitely scrumptious! I just had one jalapeño so I simply utilized that, and I carefully sliced some kale and tossed that in! Reply

    • Laura

      So delighted that you both liked it, and like the noise of that kale addition! GO HEAT!:-RRB-
      – L Reply

  • Michelle

    5 stars
    This was an actually great dip! I utilized panko bread crumbs and it came out excellent! The roasted jalapeños were actually tasty. Reply

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