5 Bread Dipping Oil Recipes


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5 Bread Dipping Oils - Super easy bread dipping oil recipes to serve for a simple appetizer. Elevate your next party or dinner with these simple to prepare dipping oils made with Bellucci EVOO. Recipes include Italian Bread Dipping Oil, Garlic Bread Dip, Tuscan Herb, Herb de Provence and Restaurant Style Dipping Oil. Pair with a crusty loaf of bread for an easy appetizer. Bottle the dipping oil and give as a gourmet gift for the foodie in your family.

5 Bread Dipping Oil Recipes 

Super easy bread dipping oil recipes to serve for a simple appetizer.  Elevate your next party or dinner with these simple to prepare dipping oils made with Bellucci EVOO.  Recipes include Italian Bread Dipping Oil, Garlic Bread Dip, Tuscan Herb, Herb de Provence and Restaurant Style Dipping Oil.  Pair with a crusty loaf of bread for an easy appetizer.  Bottle the dipping oil and give as a gourmet gift for the foodie in your family.

The combination of fresh herbs, Bellucci Extra Virgin Olive Oil, balsamic vinegar, spices and fresh grated parmesan cheese makes for a delicious snack that has other appetizers beat. The flavor combinations are one of a kind and one that everyone will enjoy.

Olive oil dips are a snack essential.  A savory dip deserves bragging rights and these 5 Dipping Oil recipes are no exception.  Snacking should be simple, delicious and wholesome.  Even better if it incorporates simple ingredients that the whole family will love.

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Italian Bread Dipping Oil – It starts with Bellucci EVOO and balsamic vinegar.  Fresh parsley, garlic and red pepper flakes make this oil one of my favorites.  Finally, it’s topped with freshly grated parmesan cheese that really makes this the ultimate savory dip!

Italian Bread Dipping Oil - It starts with Bellucci EVOO and balsamic vinegar. Fresh parsley, garlic and red pepper flakes make this oil one of my favorites. Finally, it's topped with freshly grated parmesan cheese that really makes this the ultimate savory dip!

Bellucci has been serving up extra virgin olive oil for years and it’s quickly becoming a favorite across the United States.  The Italian EVOO is fresh and traceable.  The olives are grown in Italy where it’s also milled and bottled.

Each bottle is fresh and includes the harvest date on the label.  It features an expiration date which  is closer to the time when EVOO begins to lose its peppery taste and nutritional values.

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Garlic Bread Dip – The perfect combination of EVOO and balsamic vinegar with minced garlic, grated parmesan cheese, spices and and herbs like thyme and parsley make this dip the ultimate savory appetizer.

Garlic Bread Dip - The perfect combination of EVOO and balsamic vinegar with minced garlic, grated parmesan cheese, spices and and herbs like thyme and parsley make this dip the ultimate savory appetizer.

Authentic extra virgin olive oil has a peppery taste and is a sign of a desirable olive oil.  The taste is a sign of fresh pressed olive oil with a strong flavor.  It’s low in acidity and has a high degree of antioxidants.  It’s highly sought after in kitchens across the world and will quickly become a pantry staple.

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Tuscan Herb Bread Dip – Fresh herbs, spices and Bullucci EVOO make this garden infused dip perfect for Italian night.

Tuscan Herb Bread Dip - Fresh herbs, spices and Bullucci EVOO make this garden infused dip perfect for Italian night.

What I love most about homemade bread dipping oil is that it’s versatile and can be served for any occasion throughout the year.

Buy a gourmet gift set for the holidays that’ll include a full-sized bottle of Bellucci 100% Classic Italian EVOO, 100% Italian Organic EVOO and 100% PGI Oranice Toscano EVOO.  Plus, learn how to pair this food gift in the Ultimate Foodie Gift Guide here.

Each bottle is fresh, traceable and authentically Italian.  The bottles includes a lot number that allows it to be traced back to the specific mill where it’s harvested and milled in Italy.  The freshness of each bottle ensures the peppery taste that’s commonly desired with good quality extra virgin olive oil, such as Bellucci.  Its tamper proof spout ensures it’s 100% EVOO at any stage with no added chemicals like other brands.

Dark glass bottles helps to extend the life of EVOO.  Exposure to light causes extra virgin olive oil to begin to loose it’s nutrients.  Dark bottles help filter out too much light it might be exposed to.

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Herb de Provence Dipping Oil – Simple French herbs such as those used in Herb de Provence make this a delicious dip to serve as an appetizer for any party.

Herb de Provence Dipping Oil - Simple French herbs such as those used in Herb de Provence make this a delicious dip to serve as an appetizer for any party.

Restaurant Style Dipping Oil – Classic restaurant style bread dip is at the top of our list this year.  This dipping oil is commonly seen in restaurants and is incredibly easy to make at home.

Restaurant Style Dipping Oil - Classic restaurant style bread dip is at the top of our list this year. This dipping oil is commonly seen in restaurants and is incredibly easy to make at home.

Looking for a simple gift to give to the ultimate foodie?  Start with the Bellucci EVOO gift pack which includes three bottles of extra virgin olive oil varieties.  These dipping oils in little jars are a fun way to package homemade gifts for the holiday or a special occasion!

Simple herbs combined with savory EVOO makes an extraordinary gourmet foodie gift.  Including fresh bread as part of the foodie package allow the recipient to use the jarred oil as needed.

Perhaps one of the best parts of serving homemade bread dipping oil is the variety of recipes that can be made with a few simple ingredients.

Herb infused oil is best served with fresh bread for any occasion.

5 Bread Dipping Oil Recipes

Super easy bread dipping oil recipes to serve for a simple appetizer. Elevate your next party or dinner with these simple to prepare dipping oils made with Bellucci EVOO. Recipes include Italian Bread Dipping Oil, Garlic Bread Dip, Tuscan Herb, Herb de Provence and Restaurant Style Dipping Oil. Pair with a crusty loaf of bread for an easy appetizer. Bottle the dipping oil and give as a gourmet gift for the foodie in your family.

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Ingredients

    Italian Bread Dipping Oil
  • 1/4 cup Bellucci EVOO
  • 1-2 teaspoons balsamic vinegar
  • 2-3 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1/8 teaspoon red pepper flakes
  • 1/2 tablespoon parsley, chopped
  • 1 tablespoon grated Parmesan cheese
  • 1 loaf bread to dip, sliced
  • Garlic Dipping Oil
  • 1/4 cup Bellucci EVOO
  • 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • pinch red pepper flakes
  • pinch fresh ground black pepper
  • pinch of sea salt
  • 2 tablespoons parsley, chopped
  • 1 teaspoon fresh thyme
  • 1/3 cup finely grated Parmesan cheese
  • 1 loaf bread to dip, sliced
  • Tuscan Herb Dipping Oil
  • 1/4 cup Bellucci EVOO
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 tablespoon fresh rosemary
  • 1 tablespoon fresh basil
  • 1 tablespoon fresh parsley
  • 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
  • 1/4 teaspoon coarse salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon fresh ground pepper
  • 1 loaf Italian bread to dip, sliced
  • Herb de Provence Dipping Oil
  • 1/4 cup Bellucci EVOO
  • 1 + 1/2 teaspoons white wine vinegar or balsamic vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon Herbs de Provence
  • 1 loaf French bread to dip, sliced
  • Restaurant Style Dipping Oil
  • 1/4 cup Bellucci EVOO
  • 1/8 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 1 tablespoon chopped parsley
  • 1 tablespoon minced garlic
  • 1 teaspoon basil
  • 1/4 teaspoon fresh ground black pepper
  • 1/2 teaspoon oregano
  • 1/2 teaspoon thyme
  • 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes
  • 1 loaf bread to dip, sliced

Instructions

Italian Bread Dipping Oil

In a small bowl, combine Bellucci EVOO, balsamic vinegar, minced garlic cloves, red pepper flakes and chopped parsley. Grate fresh parmesan cheese and add to bowl. Whisk and serve on shallow plate. Serve with sliced bread loaf.

Garlic Bread Dipping Oil

In a small bowl, combine Bellucci EVOO, balsamic vinegar, minced garlic, fresh thyme, pinch of red pepper flakes, pinch of fresh ground black pepper, pinch of sea salt and chopped parsley. Serve on shallow plate. Grate parmesan cheese and top on plate. Serve with sliced bread loaf.

Tuscan Herb Dipping Oil

In a small bowl, combine Bellucci EVOO, minced garlic, fresh rosemary, fresh basil, chopped parsley, red pepper flakes, salt and pepper. Whisk to combine. Serve on shallow plate with sliced Italian bread.

Herb de Provence Dipping Oil

In a small bowl, combine Bellucci EVOO, balsamic vinegar and 1 tablespoon Herbs de Provence. Whisk to combine. Serve on shallow plate with sliced French bread.

Restaurant Style Dipping Oil

In a small bowl, combine Bellucci EVOO, lemon juice, chopped parsley, minced garlic, basil, fresh ground black pepper, oregano, thyme and red pepper flakes. Whisk to combine. Serve on shallow plate with sliced bread loaf.

Recipe Type: Appetizer
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27 Responses

  1. Julie

    Such great ideas for ways to use the olive oil. I love offer dishes like this when entertaining.

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  2. Jolina

    I absolutely love all these! We’re a little stuck with the usual olive oil and balsamic vinegar so having all these options is great. Cannot wait to try them all!

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    • Jessica Knott

      Having a variety of different oil dips with a variety of seasoning really takes the appetizer to the next level. Thanks, Jolina!

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  3. Jayne

    What a great way to make bread and olive oil fancy! It is such a great starter to serve, loving the variations here!

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  4. Sarah @ Champagne Tastes

    I haven’t tried Bellucci’s olive oil– I’ll look for it! I’ve got a small collection of olive oil in my pantry (okay, okay.. I’m hoarding it. You caught me haha!). I bet that dip is AMAZING- I love all the add-ins!

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    • Jessica Knott

      I think we’re all guilty of hoarding olive oil, haha! Bellucci EVOO is truly superior to other brands. Thanks, Sarah!

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  5. Hanady

    Mmm! So many choices where do I start! First off I love good EVOO!! And the fresh herbs are an nice touch! Can’t wait to make the restaurant style dipping oil!!!

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  6. Byron Thomas

    Such a great idea! I love flavoured oils which are infused with the freshest herbs and seasonings. It always surprises me how something so simple and rustic and taste so extremely delicious. I still remember the first time I experienced an authentic Italian dinner. Of course there was crusty bread and olive oils – just like this! And, I thought it was so peculiar – something I’d never seen before growing up in Maritime Canada. Well, keeping with dining etiquette, I tried it, and fell in love with the flavours. Now, it’s one of my go-to appetizers when I have company over. This is a great collection for the oil dip beginner. Cheers!

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  7. Mark, CompassandFork

    I really think that recipes like this are just so important. There is nothing better than making your own sauces, stocks, condiments and dipping sauces like this. Cheap to make and full of attitude and flavor. For the sake of a few minutes work it is so easy to make a brilliant dipping sauce that will have everyone talking. I love your photos and (for the record) the garlic bread dipping sauce looks the pick of the bunch (but what a hard decision they all look great).

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  8. Stephanie@ApplesforCJ

    I’m such a fan of olive oil dipping sauces or even just using them on salads. I don’t like to buy ready made dressings or sauces so you definitely have some great choices here.

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  9. Heather

    What a wonderful idea compiling these good looking dipping sauces. Im definitely going to try these for my upcoming get-together. I may make all of them actually! This is much better than buying pre-made sauces from a store. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Uma

    Never heard of this oil. But after seeing your post like to try this soon:)

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  11. Sarah | Away From the Box

    I love this recipe! I have a pre-made spice set for dipping oils, but I don’t like to use it because there’s always something missing in the taste. I’m definitely giving these a try!

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  12. Silvia @ Garden in the Kitchen

    The oils look delicious and flavorful. My favorite is probably the garlic bread dip, cuz garlic and cheese makes everything taste so much better. But then again the Tuscan herbs add quite a flavor and aroma. Great recipes!

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  13. Anne Murphy

    What a lovely assortment!

    My inlaws are big fans of dipping oils – when they lived here in New York their favorite restaurant served them. Now that they’ve moved… I may need to make some for them the next time we go visit!

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  14. Julie | Bunsen Burner Bakery

    The dipping oils and fresh made bread are basically my favorite part of every Italian restaurant, so you’re right up my alley with these recipes! Now I just need to bake a good crusty loaf of bread!

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  15. Amy

    Mmm, there is nothing like amazing olive oil with perfect herbs & seasonings. This is just right for a classier approach to game day appetizers. I love the little wooden bowls you used for these!

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  16. Renz

    I am usually the one when we go out to finish the oil at the table. I love it. Thanks for sharing these recipes. Look how simple they are but yet taste so amazing!!

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  17. Daniela Apostol

    What a great choice of recipes, hard to choose a favourite. I love anything garlicky, so l would probably start with that. Olive oil is the best for bread dipping, without much effort you get a fantastic appetizer that gets everybody talking about it.

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  18. Kylee from Kylee Cooks

    I’m SUCH a fan of bread. And oil. And, well, bacon too (but that’s another story). I LOVE the round up of dipping oils – I would love to try them ALL.

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  19. Manila Spoon

    I love Italian dipping oil and recently made one myself. I am glad to see many more options to try here in your post – the only question is – which one do I make first? 🙂 All looks flavorful!

    Reply

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