The greasy pizza that I picked up for lunch across the street pushed me over the edge. Coming at the end of three days of heavy (but delicious) eating–alfredo sauce, apple tart, hot chocolate, calzones, veggie sausage gravy with biscuits–my body felt terrible after just half of the personal pie.
It was past time for some vegetables.
This peanut butter dip has been one of my family’s favorites since I found it in a 2008 issue of Vegetarian Times. It’s creamy, has a bit of spice and is extremely versatile. Thinned out, it can be a sauce for noodles or in stir fry. As is, I enjoy it as a vehicle for eating a plate full of broccoli without a second thought. It’s that good.