Fiesta Mole Soup & Dip! 3

Fiesta Mole SoupIt’s raining here today.  It’s almost like Fall arrived in a full-on run … no sauntering in this year.

This cooler weather makes me especially appreciative of the Fiesta Mole Superfood mix.  The garlic, spicy, tomato blend is a nice contrast to the sweetness of Chocolate Bliss and even when it’s served as a cold soup it warms me up all over.

Frankly, I tend to sprinkle the dry Fiesta Mole mix on everything I can think of.  Usually that’s on top of lettuce, avocados, and baked potatoes (yes I eat cooked food!).

A friend of mine says she sprinkles it on top of granny smith apples.  I haven’t tried that just yet, but I bet it’s yummy.*See comment below: yes it is!

When you can’t think of anything else to sprinkle it on top of, or you want a really warming raw food dish, here are two other ways to munch more mole: Fiesta Mole Soup and Fiesta Mole Dip …

Fiesta Molé Soup

½ Cup Fiesta Mole mix 

1-2 Tbsp Olive Oil

3-5 Cups pure water (less water for thicker soups)

Optionally also add:

½ Cup Activated walnuts (soaked for 3 hours and rinsed)

2 Tbsp Nutritional Yeast Flakes for a cheesy taste

½ tsp Cayenne pepper


Blend until smooth (works best in a Vita-Mix or other high powered blender). Serve immediately if you want it warm (you do not cook this soup or you will lose the nutrient power of the superfoods). Or keep it chilled and sip a cup whenever you crave something savory.

Our favorite additions to the soup once blended are:

  • Avocado
  • Bell peppers
  • Cucumber
  • Corn niblets
  • Tomato
  • Radishes
  • Hemp seeds sprinkled on top

Fiesta Molé Dip

1/2 Cup Fiesta Mole Mix

1/3 Cup Olive Oil

2/3 Cup pure water

Blend all ingredients until smooth in a food processor. Add more water to desired taste and consistency. Makes a great spicy dip for vegetables … peapods and granny smith apples are a favorite. Enjoy!



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3 thoughts on “Fiesta Mole Soup & Dip!

  • Melissa Cantrelle

    by the way, Fiesta Mole IS really good with granny smith apples. Either sprinkle the Fiesta Mole on top of granny smith apple slices or dip the apple slices into the Fiesta Mole dip (recipe above). Other apples don't work nearly as well as the tartness of Granny Smiths. Enjoy!

  • Juni

    I am eager to explore all the ‘travel friendly’ recipes since they are great in the summer heat (no cooking required) and pack in many of the superfoods in one meal or snack. It would be great if you posted your recipe videos here as well, I know most are on YouTube but this would be an added convenience. Thank you for offering these quality products, I hope you never stop selling them!