Roasted Red Pepper Yogurt Dip

Hi Everyone,

Have you ever tried those yogurt dips by OIKOS?  They are just so tasty, I love them!  However, I noticed the ingredients?  Most are not to bad, but it does contain sugar and I consume enough sugar, that I don’t want it in my dips, unless I am making a sweet dip.  So I decided to make my own Roasted Red Pepper Yogurt Dip.  Plus it is also cheaper to make your own!
Roasted Red Pepper Yogurt Dip
My dip has fewer calories, less carbs, less fat, less sodium and more protein then store-bought. Plus mine tastes better in my opinion. It’s light, refreshing, creamy and has the most wonderful roasted red pepper flavor without being overbearing.  Best part you can make this just a few minutes.
Roasted Red Pepper Yogurt Dip
To make it all I used was plain Geek yogurt, one roasted pepper from the jar and some seasoning. Give a mix and you have delicious, guilt free yogurt dip. One key thing is the roasted peppers. I used Trader Joe’s Fire Roasted Peppers in the jar. I took one pepper, rinsed it and patted it dry and diced very small. I saved a little bit of the liquid from the jar and added it to dip. If you buy roasted red peppers from the jar, be sure to get the ones that are in water packed, not oil. As for the dip, it is simply perfect for dipping veggies in and I hate to say this, but salt and vinegar potato chips too! Darn those Chips! That was a treat! I love chips and dip, and they were there and so was I, so I dipped just a few and switched to carrots. 🙂 Roasted Red Peppers Yogurt Dip

Roasted Red Pepper Yogurt Dip
Nutrition Information
  • Serves: A little over 1 cup
  • Serving size: 2 tbsp (8 servings)
    Prep time: 
    Total time: 
    A healthy, creamy, guilt-free dip made with roasted red peppers and seasoning.
    • 1 cup greek yogurt, plain 0% fat
    • ½ cup roasted red pepper from jar, drained (reserve the juice), patted dry, diced small
    • 1 tsp roasted red pepper juice from the jar
    • ¼ tsp. garlic powder
    • ¼ tsp. onion powder
    • ¼ tsp. paprika
    • 1 dash salt
    1. Place all the ingredients in a bowl; mix well. Cover and refrigerate for at least an hour before serving. This is so the flavors come together.
    Note: If you buy the roasted red peppers, get the one that is packed in water, not oil.

    Calories: 18, Fat: 0, Sodium: 32, Carbs: 1.6, Fiber: 0, Sugar: 1.4, Protein: 3

    Roasted Red Pepper Yogurt Dip
    This dip is perfect for an afternoon snack, smearing on a sandwich or serving at party! I am sure it will be a hit!

    Well my Friends, off to bed!

    Have a wonderful day!




    1. Homemade is definitely the way to go when it comes to dips! They put all sorts of weirdo ingredients in them. Love this roasted red pepper flavor!

    2. I am a dip person…I actually start thinking about what dip I’ll have for a snack during the day right about now! This would hit the spot!

    3. Simple recipe that would work with any veggies, especially pepper strips! YUM! Greek yogurt is so versatile!

    4. This dip looks incredible! I always go for roasted red pepper hummus, but haven’t tried it in a yogurt dip. Yum!

    5. I can see this disappearing very quickly. I bet it’d be good with some feta whipped in too!

    6. I haven’t tried those dips, but yours looks so good!

    7. What a wonderful veggie dipper! So light and tasty 🙂

    8. Yum yum yum! I love roasted red peppers!

    9. Yum, Jennifer! This Mediterranean restaurant near me as a red pepper dip that I LOVE. Re-creating it at home as been on my bucket list for awhile. I really like your recipe, though, so maybe I’ll just make that and call it good 🙂 haha.

    10. This looks delicious, I can’t wait to try it!


    1. […] Roasted Red Pepper Yogurt Dip Loaded Potato Skins Peanut and Pretzel Popcorn Balls – Oh my gosh I love these!!! Skinny Lime Margarita with Skinny Lime Guacamole – While the Guys and even Girls are drinking beer, why not have a skinny margarita? Well my Friends I think I gave you enough recipes to get you through the Super Bowl.So what kind of healthy advice can I give? Here are my rules. […]

    Leave a Reply to Jennifer @ Peanut Butter and Peppers Cancel reply


    Rate this recipe: