I can not believe Thanksgiving is on Thursday! Where has the time gone? Are you planning on having a dinner party? If so, I have the perfect, easy dip to share with you, that you can share with your guests. This is my Vegetable Dill Dip. It’s creamy, full of dill and simply delicious, oh and a breeze to make.
To make my dip healthy I used Greek Yogurt and just a little bit of mayonnaise. It’s seasoned with Worcestershire sauce, garlic, parsley, onion and of course dill. Just mix it all together and it’s ready to serve in an hour. It is sure to be a crowd pleaser and no one has to know it’s made with greek yogurt. That’s our secret.
To make the dip, more appealing I decided to decorate some of my fresh veggies. I got a new Wavy Knife from Crisp Cooking. I just sliced my cucumbers to give them a cool wavy look. Nothing like making your vegetables more pretty. The Wavy Knife would be great t make wavy potatoes, squash and pumpkin. The possibilities are endless, just use your imagination.
For cutting my carrots, celery and bell peppers, I used the Pairing Knife from Crisp Cooking. The paring knife comes with a sharpener in the sheath, which is so convenient when it comes to sharpening your knife. It works like a dream.
I was totally lazy, but I served my vegetables and dip on my serving try. I thought it looked kind of cool and gave a rustic look. Just pick what you want and dip. No need for bringing out pretty trays, just use the cutting board.
- 1½ cups greek yogurt, plain
- ½ cup mayonnaise
- 1 tbsp. onion powder
- 1 tsp. garlic powder
- 2 tbsp. fresh dill weed
- 1 tsp. dried parsley flakes
- 1 Dash Worcestershire sauce
- Add all ingredients in a bowl, mix until well combined. Refrigerate for 1 hour before serving.
This dip is truly fantastic and I love how pretty my vegetables look. Just add any vegetables that you love. Even crackers and pretzels would go great.
I bet your wondering about the giveaway. Well my friends from Crisp Cooking is letting me give you a Wavy Knife, like the one I used, pictured with the cucumbers.
To win, all you have to do is tell me, what would what vegetable would you use the Wavy Knife with?
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Have a super fabulous day!
This post is sponsored by Crisp Cooking. All opinions are my own.
I’d have to cut up potatoes to make oven fries for the kids, they would love it!
A Kitchen Hoor says
Radishes! Then I’d pickle them.
Betty D (@bettycd) says
cucumbers look ideal for this knife. I’d also try it with jicama, radishes and peppers.
Wavy Carrots would be fun!
Lauren J. says
Very neat! This would be great for fancy homemade french fries or apples.
I’d love to cut cucumbers! They’re my favorite snack!
Melissa C. says
Cucumbers! I put a slice of one in my water every morning! Delicious!!!
Michelle B says
I would try it on potatoes.
Kristi @ My SF Kitchen says
Great healthy dip! Time to replace the fattening artichoke dip this year haha. Happy Thanksgiving!!
Mary Frances says
I’m so glad to see this is made with Greek yogurt! More healthy dips PLEASE! This looks like it would go great on radishes or celery (something crunchy!)
Jan R says
All of them…this is cool!
Starla B says
I can’t believe it’s Thanksgiving already either. Time flies! That dip looks great and what a healthy alternative. I would definitely use the knife for squash and zucchini! I love to roast my veggies!
Esther Thurman says
Zucchini, the long way for my lasagne.
I’d use it on zucchini.
I would use it on cucumbers and apples. Two of my favorite snacks.
If we would have any left overs of this dip, how long would it stay good? It kind of concerns me you say to wait to put the greek yogurt in until @ 1 hour or so before serving.
Jennifer @ Peanut Butter and Peppers says
You can put the yogurt in advance, but sometimes I find the yogurt gets a tad watery when it sits overnight. You can re-mix it in. I made my dip on Sunday and it’s still good today.
English cucumbers……love them!
I’d use it on carrots – I love wavy carrots!
Debbie S. says
I make my own healthy fries and this would make them so decorative!!
Kristyn Appel says
baked apple “chips” and sweet potato “chips”/”fries” would be fun!
libby rouse says
I would cut many different veggies, especially potatoes and carrots
Cucumbers sliced would make a nice salad topper!
Id use it to slice potatoes and bake some wavy chips!
Zucchini and squash would be fun.
Pickles and potatoes would be my first two choices.
shaunie (@sandyhills25) says
I would have to say a potato
gayle gildehaus says
I think I would do the carrots to get my kids to eat them more!
donwDonna Woosley says
I’d slice potatoes for frying!
Rose Rollins says
I’d cut up apples for my grandson, for starters, then I’d go wild and experiment with a lot of other things.
Megan Funk says
I would use it to cut beets & other veggies before pickling!