5 minute Greek Yogurt Veggie Dip Recipe with dill is an easy, less than 10-minute dip – and as a bonus, you probably have all these ingredients in your house now!
If you are looking for a healthier version of the classic ranch dip, this Greek Yogurt Veggie Dip works perfectly not only with raw vegetables but doubles down as a sandwich spread as well.
These types of recipes are a go-to for most people because they are quick and pop with flavor.
If skinny snacking is what you are after, you can be sure that this low-carb dip might be the vegetable dip of your dreams.
Nothing but flavorful herbs and spices combined with creamy Greek yogurt is perfect to pair with fresh produce (and the occasional chip).
Say hello to your new favorite afternoon (or midnight) snack!
One of the most popular dips on Salty Side Dish is this delicious cucumber dip. And for good reason!
Cucumber dip fantastic dip for veggies and wraps and is perfect for parties.
Plus, making in just minutes, there is very little prep to have a flavorful and amazing dip to enjoy. Some readers have even reported they make it every week now!
Greek Yogurt Veggie Dip
Consider this Cucumber Dip 2.0, a same delicious combination of mayo and spices with thick, creamy Greek Yogurt.
I get a lot of questions on substitutions for the cucumber dip, so I wanted to give an alternative for those who wanted to skip the sour cream. Plus, I altered it in a few ways that I think give the recipe new life. Introducing… Greek yogurt veggie dip!
To get started, you need to gather these few simple ingredients.
- Dried Dill
- Lawry’s Seasoned Salt
- Minced Onion
- Unflavored Greek Yogurt
- Lemon Juice
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What is the healthiest veggie dip?
There really are so many great dips for vegetables when you are focused on weight loss. From peanut butter dips that go great with apples and this Greek Yogurt Veggie dip that keeps you on track with carrots, nutritional values can come in all sorts of amazing flavors.
This quick and easy skinny Greek yogurt dip is guilt-free and totally dippable.
What can you mix with plain Greek yogurt?
There really is no shortage of mixing up Greek Yogurt with spices to create custom dips. Adding dried or fresh herbs combined with mayo or sour cream, once you know what you love, the rest is super easy!
Dried onion, minced garlic, and even pre-prepared Ranch seasonings go super well in plain Greek Yogurt.
Additionally, a bit of lemon juice or EVOO might be the perfect dip for you.
Can you substitute Greek yogurt for sour cream in dip?
Typically yes! Just make sure you do not accidentally get vanilla Greek Yogurt, or it will really change the flavor profile. The one thing about sour cream is that it has a stronger flavor and tends to be softer and creamier. The key, as with all dips, is to use full fat over low fat.
Greek Yogurt Vegetable Dip
To get started on this easy veggie dip, first measure out all your ingredients. I find that being prepared for any dip is half the battle (and for any recipe at that).
Combine mayonnaise and unflavored Greek Yogurt together. Do not accidentally use Vanilla Yogurt – this recipe might not taste right if you get the wrong yogurt!
Add all spices and lemon juice and mix well.
Keep dip in refrigerator till ready to eat.
Vegetables to serve with this Dip
Prepping the best and most ripe vegetables makes the dip pop.
There really is no shortage of vegetables to choose from, and if you are looking at dips to be a healthy and mostly guilt-free option, it’s the only way. Sip the chips and opt for dippers that hold plenty of creamy dip with chopped-up colorful and fresh vegetables.
Here are our choices that not only make a perfect and beautiful display but provide all the vitamins:
As a side note, this Greek Yogurt dip can also be carb loaded in the following ways:
- As a sandwich spread
- Pita Bread
- French Bread Bits
Can you Freeze Greek Yogurt Dip?
Personally, I do not freeze anything that has dairy in it because it can cause it to separate.
If you are afraid this recipe will have more dip than you need, you can very easily cut it in half with the same results.
Is this Dip the same as Tzatziki Dip?
I do not consider this variation a true tzatziki dip as there are no cucumbers. If you would like to try Tzatziki, try this recipe for Traditional Tzatziki Sauce,