Creamy Cheesy Bio-K+ dip

Creamy Cheesy Bio-K+ dip

  • Healthy Eating
  • Recipes
  • By Jef L’Ecuyer, Registered Dietitian

    Whether you are a fan of football or not, the Super Bowl remains a must-see event year after year. And the tradition is, that we fill up with fatty, salty, caloric foods to the detriment of the health of our intestinal flora. How are we thanked afterwards? By intestinal troubles! So this year, why not try to introduce some good bacteria to your Super Bowl meal? That is so very easy with Bio-K + drinkable probiotics which contains over 50 billion good bacteria in one small bottle! Here is a simple delicious dip recipe to tempt your tastebuds and certainly please your intestinal flora.

    Ingredients:

    1 Original Bio-K+ bottle

    250g creamy cheese

    250g sour cream

    2 tbs fresh chopped chives

    Topping: For full of taste, add diced tomatoes, green onion, pepper and/or grated cheese. There is no limit to enhance your taste buds!

    Instruction:

    Mix all ingredients together, spread the mixture into a large shallow dish and add the toppings you prefer, it can’t be simpler! Serve with your favourite veggies or chips!


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    Jef L’Ecuyer Registered Dietitian
    About the author
    After her nutrition training at McGill University, Jef specialized in gastrointestinal health with a special interest in the microbiota and Irritable Bowel Syndrome. With Bio-K+, she continues on this path by making the world of probiotics more accessible to all.
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