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Broccomole (A Broccoli Dip)

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Broccomole, a delicious creamy dip made from steamed broccoli - via The Kittchen

What’s Broccomole? It’s a dip made with steamed broccoli, that can be compared to guacamole. And it is my new obsession. While my broccoli-hating-husband said that broccomole is his worst nightmare, my friends and I disagree with him. Broccomole does taste like broccoli, but it is seasoned with sour cream, lemon, mayonnaise, and a touch of sriracha resulting in a fresh creamy dip. And it just might be a fun way to serve your kids come veggies.

I made this for a soccer themed article for another site, so I used a bit of sour cream to draw the lines of a soccer field over the dip. Then I used pretzels to make goals. This is both the easiest thing, and the cutest. Considering the fact that Team USA is in the Women’s World Cup Finals on Sunday – this is the perfect thing to serve during the match. (Things at my house will be tense if they end up facing off against England….)

I brought this dip with me to a picnic with my friends and I had at the Damien Rice concert at Millennium Park. We thought the dip was a refreshing alternative to guacamole, and a great way to get out servings of veggies for the day.


If you want to add some creaminess to your broccomole, add a touch of cream cheese.



204 cal


16 g


10 g


6 g
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  • 2 Large Heads of Broccoli
  • 2 tablespoons Lemon Juice
  • 1/4 cup 2% Milk
  • 2 tablespoons Mayonaisse
  • 1/2 cup Reduced Fat Sour Cream
  • 1/2 teaspoon Sriracha
  • 1/2 teaspoon Salt


  1. Start off by steaming the broccoli. Trim the large pieces of stem off the broccoli, breaking it up into smaller pieces. Pour 2 inches of water in a large pot, add the broccoli, cover the pot with a lid, and bring the water to a boil. Let the broccoli steam for 5-6 minutes, until it is fork tender. You want the stems to be nice and soft.
  2. Let the broccoli cool, or run under cold water to cool it off.
  3. Pour all the wet ingredients and salt into the blender. Add about 1/3 of the broccoli. I don't have a high powered blender, so I needed to add the broccoli gradually. Blend everything together on a medium speed. Add the remaining broccoli in two more batches, blending thoroughly.
  4. Add more salt and sriracha to the broccomole to taste, blending to combine.
  5. Pour into a serving dish. Serve chilled with pretzels or tortilla chips.

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(top photo by Kelly)

Heidi D.

Friday 3rd of July 2015

You just completely rocked my world! Amazing!

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