An easy and healthy dip fit for any party, Fresh Dill Yogurt Dip. Grab a vegetable or chip and dip right in.
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For the longest time, there were very few kids in our neighborhood. My daughter did have a little girl two doors down from us, but that was it. Luckily they became fast friends. Thanks to some new homes being built and some resales, we now have a pack of 9 kids within a few doors of us. What is even better is that they all love to play outside or together in someone’s house, like we did as kids. Where they can play all day and come home for dinner. To help facilitate the friendships, we hosted a party with five of our new neighbors. Amazingly the kids all got along with almost no fighting. Even better, all of us parents had a fantastic time. It is a nice and easy group of parents who love for their kids to be out playing, old-fashioned style parenting.
To help with the party prep, everyone brought a dish. One of my neighbors bought a dill dip. This dip was seriously wiped out in minutes. I think people were threatening to lick the bowl. Additionally I am a sucker for a good dip like this. I had to grab the recipe, so I could make my own version and “healthify” it a little. There aren’t many ingredients to begin with so it is super simple to make. I like to swap out sour cream for greek yogurt.
That is a no-brainer who to reduce calories. We grow fresh dill so I also swapped out dried dill for fresh. Add a little grated onion and season salt and this yogurt dip is done. Call it a wrap. It is that simple. In fact it will take you all of five minutes to whip together this yogurt dip. One word of advice, make a double portion. This yogurt dip goes quickly, very, very quickly. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
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Fresh Dill Yogurt Dip
- 1/2 cup light olive oil mayonnaise
- 1/2 cup reduced fat sour cream
- 1 cup non-fat Greek yogurt
- 1 tbsp . grated onion
- 3 tbsp . chopped fresh dill or 1 tbsp. dried dill
- 1 tsp . season salt
Mix ingredients together in a bowl.
Cover and refrigerate for about an hour.
Serve with vegetables or chips.
I calculated 2 Weight Watcher smart points
Adapted from Allrecipes
Happy Healthy Eating,
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