Love feta? You've got to try my 5 Ingredient Whipped Feta with Greek Yogurt recipe!
What a strange week. With 4th of July falling on a Wednesday it kind of feels like we should just celebrate all week... right? To help with your festivities I'm sharing a tasty new party dip today that would look pretty darn fabulous on your 4th of July Spread. It's just addictive enough that you just might find yourself serving it all year. My Whipped Feta with Greek Yogurt recipe is healthier but full of that rich feta flavor you crave. Plus it's only 5 ingredients so you can have it on your table in no time flat.
Why You'll Love My Whipped Feta with Greek Yogurt recipe...
So what exactly is in a Whipped Feta with Greek Yogurt recipe? It's all the good stuff like rich feta and cream cheese. I balance the cheese out with some healthier greek yogurt. The savory dip is finished off with garlic and lemon making it totally addictive.
I got this idea when I was traveling to Destin and ordered a feta dip off the menu. It sinfully delicious.
Mine is just as delish... just a little better for ya!
To get a light whipped feeling just pop all the ingredients in a food processor and blend until smooth. The result is so creamy and delicious. That distinct feta flavor really shines through and is perfectly complemented by the lemon and garlic.
This simple, 5 ingredient recipe is delicious served as shown with your favorite crackers and veggies. It's equally as good as a spread for your favorite sandwich!
I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Happy cooking!
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Love summer dips?
Whipped Feta with Greek Yogurt recipe
- Put all the ingredients in a food processor and whip until smooth! If it's too thick you can add a splash of milk.
- Serve as a dip with veggies and crackers or as a spread for your favorite sandwich.
Thanks for stopping by today! Tomorrow I’m sharing my favorite 4th of July Watermelon recipe.
What are you doing for 4th of July?