Creamy Peanut Dip 

This dip is great with apples, pears, carrot or celery sticks.  

A jar of peanut butter dip.
 
This material is funded, in part, by Nevada’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). USDA is an equal opportunity employer.
 
Extension's Healthy Aging Program 2020, Creamy Peanut Dip, Extension, University of Nevada, Reno, Recipes

Learn more about the author(s)

 

Also of Interest:

 
Mango Salsa
Mango Salsa
According to mango.org, a cup of mango provides 100% of your daily requirement of Vitamin C. Besides Vitamin C, mangoes are rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin B, and other antioxidants, which aid in keeping your immune system strong, cholesterol control and vision care.
Mazzullo, N. 2024, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno, Recipes
A Precision Method for the Control of Perennial Herbaceous Species in Sensitive Locations
This Special Publication contains extensive information on perennial herbaceous species such as control methods, rates, reduction, and clip-and-drip demonstrations.
Erskine-Ogden, J., Renz, M., Donaldson, S. 2006, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno, SP-06-09
Eat Smart Be Active - Let's Cook Together!
This publication provides tips for parents and children cooking together, as well as a recipe for Hawaiian Fruit Dip.
Weigel, D. 2022, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno
 

Associated Programs

Two adults hike along a walking trail

Healthy Aging Initiative

Using Extension's expertise, the HAI team can connect you with the resources to navigate aging and its trends. HAI programs are offered for older adults and those who partner with them to provide care and support, including careers in aging exploration for middle and high school students and incoming college freshmen. We provide expert nutrition and physical activity training information for elders, caregivers and professionals. We have sponsorship options for tours and professional education.

produce department

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education - Nevada

Improve the nutritional well-being of people who receive SNAP benefits and other Nevadans with a low income through community based education, programs and needs assessments.