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Dill and Greek yogurt combine into a creamy, flavorful, and healthy Greek Yogurt Dill Dip Recipe for vegetables, pretzels, whole wheat crackers, and more. Simple to make and you know what ingredients are in your dip.
Just a few simple ingredients, combine into a flavorful dip. Low calorie, low fat, low carb in every serving. This Dill Dip with Greek yogurt has plenty of flavors to add to cut vegetables, crackers and even as a sauce for other recipes.
There are very simple ingredients in this healthy dill dip. Greek Yogurt, dried dill, grated onion, minced garlic, Worcestershire sauce, and salt. That's it. Simple ingredients, great flavor.
Step 1. Gather ingredients and mince garlic in a garlic press like this one. #ad Set aside.
Step 2. Finely grate the onion. I use a grater like this one.
Step 3. Add minced garlic, grated onion, Greek yogurt, dried dill, salt, and Worcestershire sauce to a bowl. Use a whisk to combine the ingredients.
Step 4. Transfer dip to an airtight container and refrigeration for at least 2 hours and ideally up overnight to allow flavors to meld.
Step 5. Serve with julienned peppers, carrots, or celery, chopped broccoli, cauliflower, and sliced cucumbers.
Onion and Garlic: Out of onion and minced garlic? You can substitute onion and garlic powder. I would start with a 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon each and see if you like the flavor. Remember the longer the dip sits, the stronger these flavors will become.
Greek Yogurt: While I made this recipe with low-fat Greek yogurt to decrease the saturated you could use the zero-fat, full-fat option, or even sour cream in a pinch.
Frequently Asked Questions
The flavors in this dip will develop over time. Make this dip the night before you plan to serve it. Store in a covered airtight container
It may look a little watery after sitting. No problem, just stir and sprinkle a little dried dill on top and you are set.
You can store this dip in the refrigerator for up to 7 days. For the best quality and flavor plan to use it within 3-4 days.
What to Serve with Greek Yogurt Dill Dip
Serve this Greek yogurt dill dip recipe with cut vegetables and whole-wheat crackers as an appetizer. You might also enjoy it as a sauce with Grilled Chicken Kabobs.
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October 2022 Update: Minor post updates.
What is the serving size please
This dill dip recipe makes about 1 cup of dip. A serving would be 2 tablespoons. Thank you for asking. I updated the recipe card notes with this information. Hope you enjoy the recipe!
I love this dip. I normally don't adjust anything, but I did add 2 tablespoons of sour cream and a tiny bit of lemon juice. This is a refreshing dip.
Glad you enjoyed the dip!