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Dips make delicious condiments, snacks and party foods, as well as providing a fun way to enjoy carrots, celery and other veggies. From indulgent nacho cheese dips for film night, to fresh houmous, tzatziki and baba ganoush to satisfy snack cravings.


With so many dips to choose from, it can be hard to decide which one you fancy. That's why we've created this guide to the best dips in the UK, paired with a ranking of our top ten favourites from Tesco, Asda and Waitrose that'll soon have you double-dipping those chips. What a scoop!

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  • Last updated: 07-01-2022
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With Specialist Consultation From Nutritionist Tara Corbett

With Specialist Consultation From Nutritionist Tara Corbett

Tara is a nutritionist and energy coach who helps clients lose weight, improve their eating habits, and get their energy back through their nutrition. Tara specialises in helping busy parents specifically improve their eating with ease and without overwhelm, and get back on track so the whole family can benefit.

Compare the Best Dips

For those after a quick look, here is our Top 5:


  1. Holy Moly - Jalapeno & Red Pepper Guacamole for £2.50
  2. Waitrose - Moroccan Style Houmous for £1.60
  3. Holy Moly - Tomato & Mango Salsa for £2.50
  4. Essential Waitrose - Sour Cream & Chive Dip for £1.40
  5. Tesco - Aioli Dip for £1.10


For a more in-depth look at the comprehensive top 10 selection, make sure to read on to learn more about the different types of dips available and understand how our ranking was determined.

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Holy Moly Jalapeno & Red Pepper Guacamole 1

Holy Moly

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Waitrose Moroccan Style Houmous 1

Waitrose

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Holy Moly Tomato & Mango Salsa 1

Holy Moly

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Essential Waitrose Sour Cream & Chive Dip 1

Essential Waitrose

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Tesco Aioli Dip 1

Tesco

6
Waitrose Tzatziki 1

Waitrose

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Waitrose Tex Mex Dip Trio 1

Waitrose

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The Levantine Table Beetroot, Yogurt & Sumac Dip 1

The Levantine Table

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Sabra Baba Ganoush 1

Sabra

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Fiesta Mesa Nacho Cheese Dip 1

Fiesta Mesa

Name

Jalapeno & Red Pepper Guacamole

Moroccan Style Houmous

Tomato & Mango Salsa

Sour Cream & Chive Dip

Aioli Dip

Tzatziki

Tex Mex Dip Trio

Beetroot, Yogurt & Sumac Dip

Baba Ganoush

Nacho Cheese Dip

Features

An Authentic Guac Made From Sun-Ripened Mexican Avocados

A Subtly Sweet, Smoky and Spiced Houmous

A Sweet and Tangy Salsa Made From 100% Natural Ingredients

Delicious as a Dip or as Part of a Potato Salad Dressing

Tasty With Crudites, Sourdough Bread or as a Base for Rouille

A Famous Greek Appetiser

Perfect With Tortilla Chips or Enchiladas

A Colourful, Zesty and Exciting Choice

A Piquant Dip Made From Roasted Aubergine, Tahini and Spices

A Fun Dip That Can Be Heated to Make a Yummy Sauce

Price£2.50£1.60£2.50£1.40£1.10£1.60£1.60£2.00£2.00£1.20
Type of DipGuacamoleHoumousSalsaSour cream dipAioliTzatziki Salsa, guacamole, sour cream dipYogurt and beetroot dipBaba ganoushCheese dip
Key IngredientsAvocado, jalapeno chilli, red onion, red bell pepper, tomatoes, salt, lime juice from concentrate, coriander, garlic puree, and moreCooked chickpeas, onion, rapeseed oil, tahini, salt, garlic, sugar, coriander, cumin seeds, ground roasted coriander, ground roasted cumin, ground paprika, and moreMango, tomatoes, red onions, roasted red peppers, demerara sugar, lime juice from concentrate, red chilli puree, sea salt, coriander, and moreSoured cream (milk), rapeseed oil, water, onion, chive, cornflour, pasteurised free range egg yolk, white wine vinegar, salt, sugar, citrus fibre, and moreMayonnaise (rapeseed oil, water, white wine vinegar, pasteurised egg, pasteurised egg yolk, sugar, salt), roast garlic purée, garlic purée, concentrated lemon juiceGreek style yogurt (milk), cucumber, rapeseed oil, mint, lemon juice, garlic purée, cornflour, saltGuacamole: Avocado (81%), Vine ripened tomato salsa: Vine ripened tomatoes (45%), tomatoes (14%), and more Sour cream & chive: Soured cream chive (3%), and moreGreek style yogurt, (milk), beetroot, roasted beetroot, water, rapeseed oil, lemon juice, cornflour, sugar, spirit, and moreAubergines, water, sesame seed paste, rapeseed oil, cooked chickpeas (water, chickpeas, acidity regulator (sodium carbonate)), and moreWater, rapeseed oil, soured cream (milk), cheddar cheese (Milk), white wine vinegar, whey powder (milk), sugar, salt, egg yolk powder, onion powder, dried oregano, dried chillies, and more
Saturated Fat per 100 g2.3 g2 g0.1 g7.3 g4.7 g4.5 gGuacamole: 3.7 g Vine ripened tomato salsa: 0.3 Sour cream & chive: 7.3g 2.7 g2.8 g3.4 g
Sugar per 100 g1.2 g2.6 g12 g2.5 g2.3 g2.5 g2.8 g5.2 g2.5 g2.6 g
Salt per 100 g0.48 g1.2 g0.33 g0.45 g1 g0.59 g0.43 g0.50 g1.6 g1.01 g
Dietary RequirementsVegan, gluten free, kosherVegan, gluten freeVegan, gluten freeVegetarian, gluten freeVegetarian, gluten freeVegetarian, gluten freeVegetarian, gluten freeVegetarian, gluten freeVegetarianVegetarian
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How to Choose a Dip in the UK

Key Points to Consider

  1. Check the combinations of flavours and ingredients
  2. Know the amount of saturated fat that you can consume
  3. Keep in mind your dietary requirements

Consider the Type of Dip and Your Favourite Ingredients

Consider the Type of Dip and Your Favourite Ingredients

If You Like Exploring Different Flavours, Know the Options - Mediterranean, Middle Eastern or Tex-Mex

When it comes to shopping for dips, there's a whole world of tastes and flavours to explore. Many of the dips we know and love come from the region stretching from the shores of the Mediterranean to the Middle East, such as baba ganoush, tzatziki, aioli and, of course, houmous


Prefer the tastes and flavours of Tex-Mex? Guacamole, salsa and nacho cheese dip are popular choices that work well when served with chips, crisps, bread and various Mexican dishes.


Alongside these classic dips are exciting new combinations, some blending beetroot and yoghurt made with spices like sumac, for a zesty and colourful alternative. If you don't know which one to choose, or you're making a platter to share, opt for a dip trio or multipack to experience a range of flavours.

Tara Corbett
Nutritionist
Tara Corbett

Choosing dips from all around the world can be exciting, and the diversity with the selections available can be nutritionally advantageous to consume. Opt for dips made with fresh ingredients and vegetables; they can be easy to spot as they will be in the refrigerated sections at the grocery shops. 


Choose dips that consist mainly of natural ingredients, like Holy Moly products, which are as close to making them homemade as possible.

If You Prefer Yoghurt, Tzatziki Base Is For You and if You Like Chickpeas, Opt For Houmous

Dips can be healthy as well as tasty, providing you're mindful of the ingredients. Mediterranean and Middle Eastern-inspired dips are often made from a range of vegetables, herbs and aromatic spices. For example,  baba ganoush is made primarily from aubergine and tahini, whilst houmous has a base of chickpeas, garlic, tahini, lemon and olive oil.


Tzatziki is a fresh and somewhat sophisticated Greek dip, which consists of diluted yoghurt, cucumber, garlic, lemon and dill. On the other hand, Tex-Mex style dips, such as guacamole and salsa, include avocado, tomato, jalapeno, garlic, onion, lime and coriander.


Opting for a healthier dip certainly doesn't mean sacrificing flavour. For a dip with a punch, aioli is similar to garlic mayonnaise and can be made with lemon, mustard, olive oil, and egg yolk, for a taste that's fabulous with crusty bread!

Tara Corbett
Nutritionist
Tara Corbett

When selecting dips, being mindful of the base of the dips will make all the difference between a healthy dip and a not so healthy dip. Many dips will add low-quality oils (such as sunflower and vegetable oils) or high-fat dairy products, and they should then be eaten minimally. Whereas dip with bases made from healthy fats, such as avocados, yoghurt, and olive oil, should be consumed instead.

Keep Under 20 to 30 g of Saturated Fat: Always Check the Nutritional Content

Keep Under 20 to 30 g of Saturated Fat: Always Check the Nutritional Content

With many dips being made primarily from vegetables such as tomato, avocado and aubergine, they have the potential to be a little deceiving in terms of nutritional value. Vegetable-based dips often still contain salt, sugar, or both, so always check the nutritional information to make sure your dip is as healthy as it seems.


It's important to keep an eye on our intake of fat, salt, and sugar which, in excess, can put us at greater risk of health issues such as heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and some cancers. Reducing salt intake can help to lower blood pressure, and less sugar in your diet has many benefits such as improved mood and energy levels.


Some dips are made with ingredients that are high in saturated fat and calories, such as cream or cheese such as nacho cheese dip, sour cream, and chive dip, or guacamole. The recommended intake of saturated fat for men is no more than 30 g, and only 20 g for women, so you'll need to be mindful of how much you eat.

Tara Corbett
Nutritionist
Tara Corbett

Overeating saturated fat is directly linked to an increased risk of heart disease and heart disease risk factors because of the rise in LDL (bad) cholesterol. Both trans fat and saturated fats should be eaten minimally as possible; the recommendation is to stay below 20-30g of fat. 


Reducing this amount even further will be beneficial for optimal health. Ensuring that the dip you eat is minimally processed, with low amounts of saturated fats, as well as added sugars and salt, should be key when deciding what to opt for.

Do You Have Specific Dietary Requirements? There’s a Delicious Dip to Suit

Do You Have Specific Dietary Requirements? There’s a Delicious Dip to Suit

Vegan, gluten-free or vegetarian, there is a dip to cater to everyone's tastes, preferences and dietary needs. Baba ganoush, houmous and salsa are just some of the dips that are totally plant-based and gluten-free. Houmous even comes in a very wide range of delicious flavours, such as sweet chilli, Moroccan-style and caramelised onion.


Tzatziki, aioli, guacamole and nacho cheese dip are all suitable for vegetarians, but those who don't eat eggs may want to avoid aioli, which almost always contains egg yolk. Authentic guacamole is vegan, but always check the ingredients list as some supermarket versions add cream.

Tara Corbett
Nutritionist
Tara Corbett

Many dips that are vegetable and spice based should undoubtedly be made free from allergens such as gluten, soya, dairy and be mainly plant-based. However, it is always important to read the ingredients of the dips, as eggs and gluten are sometimes added to improve the consistency and texture of the dips. 


Luckily, the wide range of options of dips from all around the world makes it easy to find a nutritious and delicious option that will tick all dietary boxes.

10 Best Dips in the UK

This ranking has been compiled by the writing team at mybest UK via careful evaluation of the points made in the buying guide and thorough research of each product and comparing multiple verified customer reviews across the EC sites used.

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Holy MolyJalapeno & Red Pepper Guacamole

£2.50

Type of DipGuacamole
Key IngredientsAvocado, jalapeno chilli, red onion, red bell pepper, tomatoes, salt, lime juice from concentrate, coriander, garlic puree, and more
Saturated Fat per 100 g2.3 g
Sugar per 100 g1.2 g
Salt per 100 g0.48 g
Dietary RequirementsVegan, gluten free, kosher
2

WaitroseMoroccan Style Houmous

£1.60

Type of DipHoumous
Key IngredientsCooked chickpeas, onion, rapeseed oil, tahini, salt, garlic, sugar, coriander, cumin seeds, ground roasted coriander, ground roasted cumin, ground paprika, and more
Saturated Fat per 100 g2 g
Sugar per 100 g2.6 g
Salt per 100 g1.2 g
Dietary RequirementsVegan, gluten free
3

Holy MolyTomato & Mango Salsa

£2.50

Type of DipSalsa
Key IngredientsMango, tomatoes, red onions, roasted red peppers, demerara sugar, lime juice from concentrate, red chilli puree, sea salt, coriander, and more
Saturated Fat per 100 g0.1 g
Sugar per 100 g12 g
Salt per 100 g0.33 g
Dietary RequirementsVegan, gluten free
4

Essential WaitroseSour Cream & Chive Dip

£1.40

Type of DipSour cream dip
Key IngredientsSoured cream (milk), rapeseed oil, water, onion, chive, cornflour, pasteurised free range egg yolk, white wine vinegar, salt, sugar, citrus fibre, and more
Saturated Fat per 100 g7.3 g
Sugar per 100 g2.5 g
Salt per 100 g0.45 g
Dietary RequirementsVegetarian, gluten free
5
Type of DipAioli
Key IngredientsMayonnaise (rapeseed oil, water, white wine vinegar, pasteurised egg, pasteurised egg yolk, sugar, salt), roast garlic purée, garlic purée, concentrated lemon juice
Saturated Fat per 100 g4.7 g
Sugar per 100 g2.3 g
Salt per 100 g1 g
Dietary RequirementsVegetarian, gluten free
6
Type of DipTzatziki
Key IngredientsGreek style yogurt (milk), cucumber, rapeseed oil, mint, lemon juice, garlic purée, cornflour, salt
Saturated Fat per 100 g4.5 g
Sugar per 100 g2.5 g
Salt per 100 g0.59 g
Dietary RequirementsVegetarian, gluten free
7

WaitroseTex Mex Dip Trio

£1.60

Type of DipSalsa, guacamole, sour cream dip
Key IngredientsGuacamole: Avocado (81%), Vine ripened tomato salsa: Vine ripened tomatoes (45%), tomatoes (14%), and more Sour cream & chive: Soured cream chive (3%), and more
Saturated Fat per 100 gGuacamole: 3.7 g Vine ripened tomato salsa: 0.3 Sour cream & chive: 7.3g
Sugar per 100 g2.8 g
Salt per 100 g0.43 g
Dietary RequirementsVegetarian, gluten free
8

The Levantine TableBeetroot, Yogurt & Sumac Dip

£2.00

Type of DipYogurt and beetroot dip
Key IngredientsGreek style yogurt, (milk), beetroot, roasted beetroot, water, rapeseed oil, lemon juice, cornflour, sugar, spirit, and more
Saturated Fat per 100 g2.7 g
Sugar per 100 g5.2 g
Salt per 100 g0.50 g
Dietary RequirementsVegetarian, gluten free
9
Type of DipBaba ganoush
Key IngredientsAubergines, water, sesame seed paste, rapeseed oil, cooked chickpeas (water, chickpeas, acidity regulator (sodium carbonate)), and more
Saturated Fat per 100 g2.8 g
Sugar per 100 g2.5 g
Salt per 100 g1.6 g
Dietary RequirementsVegetarian
10

Fiesta MesaNacho Cheese Dip

£1.20

Type of DipCheese dip
Key IngredientsWater, rapeseed oil, soured cream (milk), cheddar cheese (Milk), white wine vinegar, whey powder (milk), sugar, salt, egg yolk powder, onion powder, dried oregano, dried chillies, and more
Saturated Fat per 100 g3.4 g
Sugar per 100 g2.6 g
Salt per 100 g1.01 g
Dietary RequirementsVegetarian

Watch and Learn How to Make Houmous!

Learn how to make this delicious dip! 


The ingredients that you need are:

  • Dry Chickpeas - They should be soaked in water for about 8 hours
  • Baking Soda -  Add 1/2 tbs to the soaking water
  • Tahini - 3/4 cup 
  • Lemon Juice - 6 tbs, but you can add more as per your preference 
  • Garlic Cloves - 3 cloves, should be finely chopped
  • Cumin - 1 tbs
  • Salt and Pepper - Should be added as per your preference

Watch the full video to check out more ingredients required! 

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    Butter is a fridge (or butter-dish) staple – but do you really know what you are looking for? These days we're blessed with options galore, from cows milk butter to goats milk butter and even alternatives such as ghee. Baking is a national pastime in the UK - many of us would like to be able to confidently choose quality butter for buttercream, frosting and cookie making.So we've compiled a how-to, on picking the best type of butter for your cooking and toast-spreading needs. If it's organic or top-quality ingredients or regionally-made or lactose-free butter that you're after, you are in luck! Plant-based diets are catered for too in our related article on vegan butter choices. We've rated our ten favourite British, Irish and French butter brands on Amazon, Tesco and more including Lurpak and Président – giving you plenty of food for thought! 
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  • 10 Best Plastic-Free Teabags UK 2022 | Pukka, Clipper and More
    10 Best Plastic-Free Teabags UK 2022 | Pukka, Clipper and More
    It probably comes as no surprise that the UK is one of the biggest tea-drinking countries in the world. Along with The Beatles and the Royal Family, Tea is one of those inextricable parts of our culture. Unfortunately, many mass-market teas don't use sustainable packaging and make their bags out of tiny microplastics, producing a huge amount of waste. The time has never been better to make the move to plastic-free teabags that won't harm our planet. That said, more and more plastic-free options are becoming available, from green tea to rooibos, to good old English breakfast. But with a multitude of options available, how do you tell which tea bags are plastic? Don't fear tea lovers, because our buying guide is here to give you the lowdown! We've also compiled a list of our ten favourites from brands like Pukka and Clipper to buy online from Amazon, eBay and Tescos. Don't forget to pop the kettle on!
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