French Onion Dip (Vegan, Gluten Free, Dairy Free + Raw)

French Onion Dip

I am so addicted to this dip! Which is lucky because I had to make 4-5 batches to get the flavor juuuust right. Two months later, here it is for you.

It has a really strong onion flavor (der?), but its totally worth the onion breath – trust me! I love dips with strong flavors so you can eat raw chopped veggies with it, without being bored to death.

Serve this up to guests at a party and they will never know it’s raw, dairy free and vegan! Serve with raw veggies of choice, here are some of your options: carrots, celery, capsicum or broccolini.

Tomorrow is my birthday so I will be spending the day hanging out in Byron Bay, eating at the awesome vegetarian cafes and hopefully remember to take some pictures to share with you!

French Onion Dip (Vegan, Gluten Free, Dairy Free + Raw)
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Vegan, gluten free, dairy free + raw french onion dip that packs a flavor punch.
  1. Finely chop half of the brown onion.
  2. Lay on a baking tray, and place in the oven at 100°C / 210°F with the door slightly ajar for one hour (or longer), until dry. (This step is optional, if your in a pinch, just add it to the dip raw - still tastes great.)
  3. Combine all other ingredients in a high speed blender (I use a Vitamix).
  4. Mix in the dried onion by hand.
  5. Refrigerate for 2+ hours to thicken.


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19 comments on “French Onion Dip (Vegan, Gluten Free, Dairy Free + Raw)

  1. I’m actually making my second batch based off this recipe today – it’s fantastic! I tweaked it slightly – I feel like everyone has their version of their favorite french onion dip. A little apple cider vinegar added a nice tang!

    Thanks so much for the innovative recipe, this was one of the things I missed the most after going vegan, and I couldn’t BELIEVE how spot on the taste was.

  2. So glad to see soy missing from your food. This sounds good. I am gluten intolerant and simple carbs don’t set well with me. Would like to see the nutritional info on your recipes. Particularly interested in the carb content since I am still trying to drop a few pounds. 22 gone and 15 to go. Yeah!

    • Hi Tammy, glad you like the recipes :). Sorry I don’t really have the time to lookup nutritional info for each recipe, as the recipes take a long long time to put together as is. You could try inputting the ingredients to one of those nutritional info websites though. Congrats on the weight loss! 🙂

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