Cucumber and Feta Greek Yogurt Dip
Last weekend, my sweet boy turned 8 years old. So hard to believe how fast my baby is growing up. We celebrated his birthday with a morning of bowling fun with a few buddies, followed by watching the Gator game at home with our family. It was pretty much the most perfect day.
We had just a few people over to watch the game, but enough for me to get excited about putting together a “spread”. Our game day eats included pulled pork sliders, Southwest Slaw, chips & salsa and hummus with veggies. And this Cucumber and Feta Greek Yogurt dip. Oh this dip was so good, perfectly paired up with crunchy pita chips. I could eat this every day, I promise you.
This dip recipe has been staring at me from the side of my Chobani plain yogurt container for months now (not the same container of course). I lazily decided not to chop any onion or garlic for it and opted to use dried seasonings instead. It’s so simple with just a few ingredients, perfect for last minute get-togethers where snacking is required.
Cucumber and Feta Greek Yogurt Dip
- 2 cups plain non fat Greek yogurt (I use Chobani)
- 1 cup crumbled feta
- 1/2 seedless cucumber, diced small
- 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
- 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1/4 teaspoon onion powder
- good pinch salt and pepper
- Combine all ingredients into a large bowl and mix gently. Let chill in the refrigerator for 1 hour before serving so that flavors can develop. Serve with pita chips and veggies.
- Note: Don't plan on making this with reduced fat feta cheese, it won't do it justice. It's always worth a splurge on ingredients when it comes to simple dips like this.
A simply delicious dip everyone will be sure to love. Serve alongside pita chips or raw veggies at your next gathering, or in pita bread with hummus and veggies for a light and healthy meal. Recipe inspired and slightly adapted from Chobani
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This looks so pretty and refreshing!
Thanks Tara! It is refreshing!
Oh my this looks PERFECT Aggie!
I could eat this eery day of the week myself.
Oh Val, me too, me too…
Perfect game day dip! And happy belated to your little guy! What a fun day!
Thanks Paula! 🙂 It was a fun day!
I am so on this one! I have a thing for Feta and always have that huge container in my fridge from Costco. The picture of your son’s birthday party really takes me back. Thanks for sharing! Pinning this one and will try it for sure.
I always go home with that big container from Costco too 🙂 It never goes to waste. You would love this dip!
MMMMMMMM…. this is so my kind of recipe. So light and refreshing!! And what is it with kids growing so fast?! My daughter just started pre-school and I can’t believe it… crazy!
It’s killing me Dani! I want it to SLOOOOOW down so bad.
Gorgeous! I love Greek yogurt dips!!
Nicely done! Mmmm those pita chips are callin’ our name right about now. Not to mention the awesome looking dip. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for stopping by Amy! Have a great weekend 🙂
My sister-in-law is coming over next Saturday with her husband [they’re helping us move some furniture around]. I’m definitely doing this!
Yum- I love guilt-free dips like this! Seriously reduced-fat feta? No way! This is really is a good healthy dip as is- good job!
Happy Birthday to Sammy! He’s so cute!! Bowling party was an awesome idea!! Andddd, I love this dip…it looks so easy and healthy…love it, Aggie!
This looks fantastic! Happy (belated) birthday to your son!
Happy Birthday to your son! This dip sounds wonderful.
Love it! A great way to sneak veggies into picky kids!
Adding this to next week’s menu plan/grocery list right now. With such a busy time of year, I need something like this for us all to snack on that is quick and can be kept in the fridge to be ready whenever. Love this!!! PS ~ Heading to Costco so will get another bag of those chips. 🙂
One of my favorite dips! Love it!
Oh my goodness, I so love feta. Love this recipe my dear!
This looks perfect for end of summer.
Aw, I know what you mean. My son just started Kindergarten. I can hardly believe it!
This dip looks fantastic! I need to try this out 🙂
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Yummy! thanks for sharing!
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