2 cups (serving size: 1/4 cup)

We've updated the classic spinach dip by adding tangy feta and omitting the artichokes and much of the fat.

How to Make It

Spoon yogurt onto several layers of heavy-duty paper towels; spread to 1/2-inch thickness. Cover with additional paper towels, and let stand 5 minutes. Scrape into the bowl of a food processor using a rubber spatula. Add the cheeses, sour cream, and garlic, and process until smooth, scraping sides of bowl once. Spoon yogurt mixture into a medium bowl, and stir in the spinach, minced dill, and pepper. Cover and chill. Garnish with fresh dill, if desired.

Ratings & Reviews

ChrisBellaire's Review

September 07, 2013
I don't know what I did wrong, but mine wasn't very good at all. I followed the recipe exactly and had high hopes, but there was a LOT left over after the dinner party! I didn't think it tasted very good either -- ok, but just not something I'd want to make again.

verolyn's Review

March 04, 2013

CarrieLMB's Review

February 02, 2013
1/27/13 pretty good. Could only find vanilla flavored yogurt; perhaps made it a little sweet.

piercifer's Review

January 31, 2013
Great dip. Dont be tempted to throw the garlic in the food processor with other ingrediants, it is too potent (and we usually doubler the garlic in any given recipe).

williaw1's Review

November 17, 2012

veryslowcook's Review

July 09, 2012
Very good and creamy. Taste & thickness make it seem more indulgent than a "light" recipe. Garlic comes through a bit strong, while the feta flavor is gentle. Greek yogurt worked great & saved some time.

cookinla's Review

May 28, 2012
This is delicious, very easy to make and doesn't taste light at all! Served with pita chips and carrots and will definitely make again for guests. I used Greek yogurt so skipped the draining step.

MelMcC's Review

April 29, 2012
Great recipe, took me less than 5 minutes to throw together. I used nonfat plain greek yogurt and substituted half the neufchatel for two wedges of Laughing Cow Light creamy swiss. I buy reduced fat feta from Trader Joe's, so I used 4 ounces of that instead of 3 ounces of regular feta. I was too lazy to finely chop the spinach so I just threw it in the food processor - the result was a green dip but that's fine with me. I served it with Trader Joe's "reduced guilt" multigrain pita chips, carrots, and cucumber rounds. I always have all the other ingredients in the fridge, so I'm making this dip every time I need to get rid of some leftover fresh spinach! So pleased I found this recipe.

SingingGourmand's Review

April 08, 2012
This was a major hit. I made it exactly as written, and wouldn't change a thing. My husband said it was the best dip we'd ever made.

1CouplesKitchen's Review

February 27, 2012
This dip was delicious! I never would've guessed that it was healthy if I just tasted it. We added an additional garlic clove and used fat-free sour cream in place of low-fat sour cream. Read our full review with pic here: http://onecoupleskitchen.blogspot.com/2012/02/creamy-feta-spinach-dip.html