It’s sweet and spicy at the same time, and it works well on both veggies and fruit. It’s easy to make and also tastes great. Try it as a dip for a snack or as a sauce for a wrap.

Recipe Directions

Mix all ingredients, adjusting measurements to suit your personal tastes. No special equipment is necessary. Enjoy it as a dip for veggies or fruit. I prefer it on carrots, sugar snap peas and apples.

The sauce also tastes great on a collard green wrap filled with greens, avocado slices, shredded carrot, sliced portabello mushrooms and broccoli sprouts.

Recipe can be made in much larger quantities to feed a crowd.

Shannonmarie's Thoughts

By shannonmarie

It’s sweet and spicy at the same time, and it works well on both veggies and fruit. It’s easy to make and also tastes great. Try it as a dip for a snack or as a sauce for a wrap.

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This is soooo good! I used honey instead of agave nectar and I did not have a lime so I used a lemon....I love this...(probably too much!)

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This is excellent. I logged in just to rate it. I suspect it's even better with peanut butter. Lils, do you have a good raw recipe for peanut butter?

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Ahh this is amazing. However, I use raw peanuts to make my own butter and then add in the rest... I eat it with everything.

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I just had this on salad as a dressing. It was pretty good but I still prefer it as a dip. Thanks so much for this recipe!

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I'm eating this right now with cucs! I agree with Kandace, it is very addictive. Great recipe!

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I've been snacking on this all week with celery. Quite addictive and incredibly easy to make - thanks!

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