Mac Attack Layer Dip Premium PD Recipe


We deconstructed the world’s most popular fast food sandwich and turned it into a plant-based party on a platter. Layered familiar flavors are perfect for introducing how delicious and fun a Protective Diet can be at your next gameday gathering. Two crumbled patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheeze, pickles, onions on a sesame seed pita chip!

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Comments (4)

  1. posted by marci rubin on September 8, 2017

    The latest innovation from Julie Marie Christensen’s Protective Diet: Mac Attack Layer Dip. I’ve never eaten a big mac so I’m not sure what it tastes like but this was amazing. It did have a meaty taste and I can see how this is an ultimate comfort food. As always oil free, nut free, sugar free, food additive free, vegan. Can be made gluten free, my base was a whole wheat party pizza crust. PD changed my life. PD for life.

  2. posted by Marie Cayuela on September 8, 2017

    I baked it on a whole wheat pita for a quick dinner. I also added some diced tomatoes because I thought there used to be tomatoes on a Big Mac but I don’t remember. For me I like tomatoes on my burger so maybe just a personal preference. Thank you Julie Marie for a spot on recipe!!

  3. posted by Joann Wright on July 15, 2018

    I haven’t had this for awhile, but it is so yummy! My blender is on the fritz, so I am grateful I have all of the ingredients at hand. Grateful for learning to SUS regularly! Great recipe, delicious on flatbread, pizza, or as a dip, and a wonderful recipe for a hot summer day! LOVE IT!

  4. posted by Diane Wessel on January 2, 2019

    We love this recipe. It isnt hard, BUT make sure you dress your lettuce WELL, that makes it so good. I like to make it on the flatbread and eat it like a pizza. Once I used my banana peppers as I was out of pickles, still delicious.

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