Mid-June is when the garlic scapes are ready to harvest here. You will spot them at your local farmers markets, open air markets or even in some grocery stores. Don't hesitate to snap these up as their window is narrow. Many who can not tolerate garlic due to health issues that involve their gut such as SIBO can eat scapes. Scapes are the flowering part of the garlic plant and you will notice they are thicker than the leaves. By cutting them you are allowing the plant to put all its energy into the (garlic) bulb rather than the flower and seed. This pesto is perfect with pasta or as an appetizer, on crackers or tortilla chips, in sandwiches or whatever strikes your fancy! I have made a similar dip with leek scapes, however they are much larger so reduce the amount to 6 leek scapes.
Place all of the ingredients in a food processor and pulse until you have a fairly smooth dip. You do not want this to end up totally smooth, pureéd or pasty.
Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to a week or freeze for up to 8 months.