Celery is a crunchy, textured vegetable you can dip in a lot of foods than just ranch!
You can use celery for dipping into baked brie, hummus, cheese balls, almond butter, blue cheese dip, and lime yogurt sauce.
Roasted Garlic Hummus
Roasted garlic hummus is a homemade chickpea appetizer with hints of garlic, and spicy flavors.
Roasted garlic hummus is made by roasting garlic in the oven.
You can make the roasted garlic by cutting off the top part of garlic to expose the cloves, and then drizzle olive oil on the cloves. Cover the garlic with tin foil, and place in a heat proof dish. This way, the oil drippings will end up in the dish, instead of in your oven.
When the roasted garlic is finished cooking, and has cooled down, squish out the roasted garlic cloves.
To make the roasted garlic hummus, chickpeas, tahini, roasted garlic cloves, lemon juice, olive oil and water are added to a food processor. The mixture is blended until smooth, and then it’s ready to serve.
Cheese ball with cream cheese for a delicious savory appetizer you can serve with celery sticks.
The cheese ball is made by simply using a hand mixer to whip the cream cheese until light and fluffy.
Add a couple of herbs, spices and cheddar cheese to create the base of the cheese ball.
The next part is very messy!!
Shape the cream cheese into a ball shape, and roll into a plate of chopped up walnuts.
Chill for half an hour to make it firm up again.
Serve your cheese ball by slicing off a bit of it, and spooning it onto a piece of celery.
Roasted Cauliflower and Feta Dip
Roasted cauliflower and feta dip is a dip you can serve warm, or chilled.
Cauliflower florets are roasted in the oven with onion powder, garlic powder and olive oil until they are fork tender.
The cauliflower should be cooled for a bit, then you can puree it in a food processor.
Add crumbled feta, Greek yogurt, minced garlic, olive oil, and lemon juice to the food processor and blend together to create a smooth dip.
Top the dip with a drizzle of olive oil, chopped up chives, and a few chili pepper flakes.
Bruschetta baked brie is made by first creating a tomato bruschetta.
Tomato bruschetta is made by combining diced tomatoes, freshly chopped basil leaves, olive oil, minced garlic, and a bit of balsamic vinegar.
Bake your brie until it’s creamy and soft, then top your baked brie with your freshly made bruschetta.
Serve your bruschetta baked brie by dipping celery sticks into the baked brie.
Celery can be dipped into almond butter for a crunchy textured snack.
Celery has a circular center, which will hold almond butter nicely in the center of it.
You can also add raisins or chocolate chips to it for even more flavor.
Cucumber and Dill Dip
Cucumber and dill dip is a refreshing creamy dipping sauce for celery.
Mayo and sour cream are mixed together to create the base of the dipping sauce.
Dried dill, seasoning salt, dried minced onion, pepper, and dried parsley is mixed in for the savory herbed flavor of the dip.
Place it in the fridge overnight, and serve the next day with celery sticks.
Garlic Blue Cheese Dip
Garlic blue cheese dip is made by adding crumbled blue cheese to a mayonnaise and sour cream base.
Fresh chives, parsley, and minced garlic are added to create the earthy garlic tones to the dip.
Garlic blue cheese dip is thinned out with a bit of milk, until it’s creamy and smooth.
Garlic blue cheese dip has a sharp cheese flavor for dipping celery sticks.
Lime Dipping Sauce
Lime dipping sauce has a refreshing citrus, yogurt flavor to it.
Lime dipping sauce is made by adding fresh lime juice to Greek yogurt and mayonnaise.
Ranch dipping sauce is one of the most popular celery stick dipping sauces.
Mayo and sour cream are mixed together to create the base of the sauce.
Chives, parsley, dill, garlic powder, onion powder, Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper are added to the dipping sauce and mixed together.
Ranch sauce needs to be refrigerated for at least 30 minutes prior to serving to let the herbs infuse into the dip.
Serve with celery sticks.