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Beans are one of the world’s healthiest and most versatile foods and make for a great dip that is even more scrumptious when made into a quesadilla! Beans are an inexpensive vegetarian protein source that is high in fiber and rich in antioxidants and iron. They have served as a nutritious food source for people all over the planet for nearly 7,000 years!

Here are a couple of quick and easy bean dip quesadilla recipes using Wild Oats ingredients that you and your family will love!

White Bean Dip Quesadilla

Start-to-Finish: 5 minutes Makes: 2 quesadillas

Ingredients:

1 14.5 oz can White Beans, drained and rinsed

1/3 cup Wild Oats Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

1 teaspoon Wild Oats Marketplace Organic Garlic Powder

Juice of 1 lemon

½ cup sun-dried tomatoes, rehydrated

1 teaspoon Wild Oats Marketplace Organic Italian Seasoning

2 teaspoons Wild Oats Marketplace Organic Basil Leaves

Sea salt to taste

Ground pepper to taste

  1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor. Blend until smooth.
  2. Place into two soft tortilla, add a sharp Italian cheese like parmesan, fold in half and then bake until cheese is melted and quesadilla is lightly browned.
  3. Serve with extra olive oil for dipping. Delish!

Zesty Bean Dip Quesadilla

Start-to-Finish: 5 minutes Makes: 2 quesadillas

Ingredients:

1 14.5 oz can Wild Oats Marketplace Organic Chili Beans in Sauce, drained and rinsed

1/3 cup Wild Oats Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

1 teaspoon Wild Oats Marketplace Organic Garlic Powder

Juice of 1 lemon

1 teaspoon Wild Oats Marketplace Organic Cumin

1 teaspoon Wild Oats Marketplace Organic Ground Coriander

¼ cup Wild Oats Marketplace Organic Chipotle Hot Sauce

1/3 cup Wild Oats Marketplace Organic Medium Salsa

  1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor. Blend until smooth.
  2. Place into soft tortilla, add cheddar cheese, fold in half and then bake until cheese is melted and quesadilla is lightly browned.
  3. Serve with guac, salsa, sour cream, olives and/or jalapenos. Yum!

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