Whether you have party at your place or its all chaos of a game day; dip recipes are must for a day. Whether you choose hummus, guacamole, yogurt or creamy vegetable dip. Dips are must for all finger foods. If you are a health conscious and always worried about your waist line then healthy spinach yogurt dip, hummus or guacamole are always good. They are healthy and contains richness of yogurt, legumes and vegetables.
Ideally one should remember dip recipes are just a sauce or dipper and not a main course. Therefore if you put control over the quantity of dip without getting greedy, then creamy, cheesy dip recipes aren’t bad either. In fact the richness and creaminess of these dip recipes actually make the finger foods more tasty and scrumptious.
Today I am sharing an easy vegetable dip recipe made from sour cream. Do you know, you can actually make a healthy sour cream which have less of fats and more of other goodness! Click here to find the recipe of the simple and healthy sour cream. The recipe shared here is a warm slow cooker crab dip which is made with homemade sour cream. I always prefer and look for some healthy alternatives to make recipe nutritious without affecting its taste and richness. The recipe shared here for the sour cream can be used easily for ours today’s recipe. This recipe is irresistibly tangy and sure to be a crowd favorite.
Anyways let’s start making this simple yet quick dip recipe called Easy vegetable dip recipe –
This recipe can make up to 2 ½ cups
Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Chill Time: 120 minutes
- 1 package Knorr Vegetable recipe mix
- ½ cup low-fat mayonnaise
- 16 oz. or 1 cup homemade sour cream
- Mix all the above ingredients in a medium bowl. Cover and chill for at least 2 hours in the refrigerator to make sure the flavors are blend together properly.
- Stir before serving. Serve with your favorite dippers
- Similarly you can make a vegetable dip recipe using fresh vegetables and herbs too. Use thinly diced cucumbers or grated cucumber, chopped fresh herbs like the combination of parsley, chives, tarragon, mint, or dill etc. Salt and pepper to taste. You can also add coarsely ground mustard for that extra zingy taste and flavors. However, remember to strain and squeeze out excess liquid from the grated cucumbers.
- Secondly to make this recipe more healthy avoid mayonnaise and add ¾ of Greek yogurt instead of it and ¼ of low fat mayo. This way you can have that mayo taste and creaminess without feeling guilty about it.
Cooking is simple and when it comes to making dip recipes then it is simpler that even beginners or kids can make it easily. I hope you will like this recipe. If you have any query or if you like to share something with me, please write it to me at my email address or you can simply comment. Happy Cooking!