Photo: Randy Mayor; Styling: Lindsey Lower
Yield
Serves 8 (serving size: 1/4 cup)

Bright and tangy nonfat Greek yogurt helps save 100 calories and 3g sat fat.

How to Make It

Place yogurt, feta cheese, cream cheese, sour cream, and crushed garlic clove in a food processor; process until smooth. Spoon yogurt mixture into a medium bowl; stir in spinach, fresh dill, and black pepper. Cover and chill.

Ratings & Reviews

jspicest's Review

jspicest
December 14, 2014
This dip was so bland that it was actually bad. My friend and I were forcing ourselves to eat it, until we both admitted that we hated it and went and got some hummus out of the fridge. I don't know if it is the yogurt that makes it so boring - there are also virtually no seasonings. Whatever it is, it wasn't worth eating.

mwscott's Review

BlueeyedSara7
July 31, 2014
Simple recipe that comes together quickly! I had collards and swiss chard to use up from our CSA share. I did a quick steam to soften them, and then I threw them in the food processor with everything else. I will definitely make this again!

EvilxBunneh's Review

LauraB08
December 09, 2013
N/A

jcrican's Review

jcrican
May 22, 2013
N/A

Elkinger's Review

EvilxBunneh
January 20, 2013
Great with veggies!

LauraB08's Review

mwscott
January 12, 2013
Eh, this didn't personally work for me. The result was a little too runny and just unremarkable. Might still be good as a healthy appetizer for parties, but it was too much for me alone.

BlueeyedSara7's Review

Elkinger
December 31, 2012
Flavorful and easy dip that I prepared for a New Year's Eve gathering. The only substitution was using fat-free sour cream in lieu of low-fat sour cream because that is what I had on hand but it did not appear to affect flavor or consistency. Will make again.