Best Vegetable Dip Ever Print
Make this cool and creamy dip at home to enjoy for a healthy snack
As the snow melts and the grass turns green, I find myself craving fresh crunchy vegetables more than usual. And to make this healthy snack more appealing to everyone in the family, I make the best vegetable dip ever to serve with the veggies I have pre-cut and ready to serve through the week. This make ahead dip is so much tastier than most store-bought dips and with only five simple ingredients it can be made in minutes.
Makes six servings.
What you Need
1 cup sour cream
1/3 cup mayonnaise or salad dressing
Splash of worcestershire sauce
4 tbsp finely chopped fresh dill (or 1 tbsp dried dill) – or more if you like!
1/8 tsp onion powder
How to Make the Best Vegetable Dip Ever
Stir together sour cream, mayonnaise or dressing, worchestershire sauce and onion powder.
Remove stems from dill, wash fronds and chop finely.
Add dill to sour cream mixture and mix well.
Refrigerate until ready to serve.
Enjoy this dip with your favorite vegetables such as carrots, snap or snow peas, cherry or grape tomatoes, celery, cucumbers, cauliflower, broccoli and more!
Put leftover dip in a small container and toss it in with a packed lunch for a healthy snack.
If you have leftover dill, prep and chop it like you did for the recipe and store it in a baggie in the freezer until ready to use in this recipe, or to toss in soups or stews.
4 g Carbohydrates
3 g Protein
14 g Fat.
0.3 g Fibre
What are your favorite vegetables to serve with dip for a snack, and are you starting seeds to grow any of them in your garden this summer?
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