White Bean Dip that’s really Green Bean Dip

Hellllloooo Bagels! That’s what I shouted when I opened up a package of Bagel Thins that arrived today.  I immediately knew what my afternoon snack was all about.

cinnamon raisin bagel thins

I spotted the new Cinnamon Raisin Bagel Thins at the store already, but resisted getting them because they’re not whole wheat. Well, I am over that ish because they are super tasty!

cinnamon raisin bagel thin picture

The other half is missing in picture because I downed it way too fast.

bagel thin with peanut butter

A PB&J bagel thin and massive iced coffee made the perfect afternoon pick-me-up. Bagels to lift the spirit, iced coffee to lift everything else Smile

iced coffee in the afternoon

I also chugged a Vitawater and had some blubes at some point today. I deleted the picture because I am dumb.

Now for a fun and healthy St. Patrick’s Day recipe!


I cooked blended up this recipe in my head yesterday when I was brainstorming good green foods to make for St.Patrick’s Day. I love holiday themed foods and have made green eggs & ham for this St. Patty’s in the past.

Today I made White Bean Dip, but Green! I hesitate to call it “Green Bean Dip” since it’s not made of “green beans”, but I kinda love that name more.

Main ingredients: White beans, 10 oz. frozen spinach, 1 Tb. olive oil, ! Tb. minced garlic, salt, pepper, Italian seasoning and parmesan cheese to taste

white bean dip ingredients

First I blended the beans and spices. You can use a food processor, but I had to use my blender since I can’t find my processor?! Minor speed bump.

I microwaved the spinach and squeezed out the water. After the beans and spices were blended I stirred in about 3/4 of the spinach.

bean dip recipe

Mix together. Eat.

Sprinkle with a little extra parmesan for good measurewhite bean dip recipe

Green Bean Dip

(or white bean dip with spinach if you want to get all technical)

white bean dip with garlic

This would be great with a crusty hunk of sourdough too. Luckily, I have a big ol’ loaf of Boudin Sourdough Bread because it’s now sold at Costco!

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I think dinner with be cheese and spinach ravioli with this bean dip slathered crostini on the side! If I don’t eat it all first…IMG_0270 (1024x683)

Have a good night :)


  1. says

    It doesn’t look appetizing – spinach and beans. But I am willing to give it a try because pictures of food can be misleading sometimes.
    Bagels – I’m not a big fan of them. I like buns or rolls. Yum.

  2. Jimmy says

    I have avoided your blog because your persistent use of the word ‘naner’ makes you sound like a deranged five year old. I decided to give you another chance when I stumbled across your blog. I didn’t read past the word ‘blubes’. Is this the devolution of the English language in action, or are you just think you are charming for writing like a child?

  3. says

    oooh that dip looks great!
    I’ve been looking for those cinnamon raising bagel thins but haven’t found them anywhere!! I thought I could do the sandwich thins but they’ve got splenda in them which I’m not so fond of. Gotta keep looking!

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