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Easy Texas Caviar Recipe in Dixie Quicktakes®

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This is our cabinet where we house our containers for leftovers and lunches for school. This is a relatively clean day. However, I just reorganized it last week, so it’s not terrible. But, usually after a week or two back at school, they are all over the place and you have to pull them all out to find the lids. It doesn’t help that it’s a corner cabinet and you often need a flashlight to get into it and see anything. When I’m in a hurry packing lunches, or trying to run out the door with my delicious Texas Caviar, I really don’t like hunting for lids!

Organized cabinet

We were recently introduced to Dixie Quicktakes®, the resizable, dishwasher-safe, BPA-free, use one time or many times, recyclable on-the-go containers with the lids attached!

They are definitely a game-changer and time-saver for packing things up to take on the go. For the 4th of July, we went to our neighbors house and grilled out. Our go-to app to bring is Texas Caviar. It’s so yummy, easy to make (just a lot of chopping) and always a hit.

Texas Caviar Recipe in Dixie Quicktakes®

I was able to mix it up and easily take it over in the Quicktakes®, and when we left, I didn’t worry about leaving the extras with the neighbors for the next day. I suggested they could recycle it when they were finished with the dip, or they could throw it in the dishwasher and use it many more times. At less than $1 a piece, I wasn’t upset about leaving my container there.

Texas Caviar Recipe

The Quicktakes® are also good for the girls and their copious amounts of crafts. They love to take my nice glass containers and put their paints and colors in them, but now, they can put them in the Quicktakes® in either the small or large and I don’t have to worry about them losing the lid!

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*I purchased the Quicktakes and will be reimbursed. All thoughts are my own.

Easy Texas Caviar

Prep Time20 mins
Total Time20 mins
Author: Krystyn

Ingredients

  • 2 cans of black-eyed peas drained
  • 1 can sweet corn drained
  • 2 bell peppers you pick colors, diced
  • cilantro chopped
  • 2 firmer avocados diced
  • 2 firm tomatoes seeded and diced
  • lime juice + salt and pepper or an italian/vinaigrette dressing
  • jalapeño minced

Instructions

  • Mix everything together, adding the avocado last.
  • Then either squeeze some lime juice and salt and pepper on it, or sprinkle with an italian-type dressing.
  • Serve with tortilla chips and devour. Best served with ice-cold or frozen margaritas.

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8 Comments

  1. Every time I open the cabinet above the sink, I put myself in danger of all the lids and bowls falling out.
    It frustrates my husband too and he says we should throw everything out and just start over with something like these Quicktakes.

    Regarding the caviar, I’d love mine sans avocado and tomatoes please!

    1. I don’t like tomatoes, really, either, but since they are seeded, I can’t taste them. And, I put them in because I know they are good for me.

      Now, avocado? I don’t know if we can not include that. Although I didn’t think I liked it for a long time…I love it now!

  2. This looks so yummy. I need to get some of these for my hubby and his lunches that he takes to work.

  3. Oh this looks really good! I have lots of tomatoes from our mini garden that are about ready! I was trying to think of something I could make with them! This would be perfect! Thanks for sharing…cant wait to try it!

  4. Easy Texas Caviar Recipe in Dixie Quicktakes® look delicious! Thank you for being part of 2014 #PureBlogLove Link parties! We hope to see you this week as we end the year with a bang!!!! Join us Thursday-Monday and let’s see what awesome show stoppers you made in 2014!!!!
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  5. I just love the name!! And if it tastes as good as it looks, even better!

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