Veggie Dip

 

Welcome to Family Friendly Friday!  Today my two chefs are my twin daughters, Aubree and Brynn.  This recipe is so simple, I didn’t even have to help them!  Now was there a mess?  Yes! :)  But isn’t that part of the fun?  My girls sure think it is.  I am so thankful that my twins are not my picky eaters.  They love veggies and always ask me for some “veggie dip”!  So this is our recipe, we hope you enjoy it!

Measure out 1 cup of full fat greek yogurt or organic raw yogurt (see recipe)  into a medium bowl.

Place Yogurt In Bowl

 

Add 2 tablespoons of sour cream or raw sour cream (See Recipe) to the bowl.

Sour Cream

 

Add 1/4 tsp garlic salt, 1/4 tsp onion powder, and 1/4 tsp unrefined sea salt to the bowl.

Add Spices

 

Now add 1/8 tsp pepper, 1/8 tsp paprika, 1/8 tsp celery seeds, and 1/8 tsp dill weed.  (How cute is Aubree writing her first initial in the salt, always learning!)

Add Remaining Spices

 

Now stir together until well blended.

Stir Together Well

 

Allow the dip to marinate for several hours or overnight.  Place the dip in a serving dish and serve with some fresh vegetables.

Yummy Dip

 

Family Friendly Fridays: Organic Veggie Dip Recipe

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

Yield: 1 1/8 cup

Serving Size: 2 tbsp

Family Friendly Fridays: Organic Veggie Dip Recipe

Nutritional Information: Calories: 36.4 Carbohydrates: 1.1 g Protein: .7g Fat: 3.4 g

Ingredients

  • 1 cup raw yogurt, See Recipe
  • 2 tbsp raw or organic sour cream
  • 1/4 tsp unrefined garlic salt
  • 1/4 tsp unrefined sea salt
  • 1/4 tsp onion powder
  • 1/8 tsp paprika
  • 1/8 tsp black pepper
  • 1/8 tsp celery seeds
  • 1/8 tsp dill weed

Instructions

  1. Mix all of the ingredients together and serve cold with some fresh vegetables.
http://wholelifestylenutrition.com/recipes/condiments-sauces/family-friendly-fridays-organic-veggie-dip-recipe/

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28 thoughts on “Family Friendly Fridays: Organic Veggie Dip Recipe”

  1. Lisa Hostetler says:

    So cute!

  2. Whole Lifestyle Nutrition says:

    Thanks Lisa, They love getting into the kitchen with me :)

  3. Jenni2 says:

    Your daughters are adorable! Dip sounds wonderful :) Keep it up!
     

    1. hallecottis says:

       @Jenni2 Thanks Jenni :)
       

  4. Colleen Ryan says:

    I make this stuff all the time! It’s so simple.

  5. 16ballsinairlib says:

    I make something like this in my blender adding soaked sunflower seeds for protein!
    the twins are precious!!
    bet they’s like some #realfood dessert for breakfast:
    http://bit.ly/xabvOm

    1. hallecottis says:

       @16ballsinairlib OMG, your site is so cute and I LOVE the name of your site and how you came about 16 balls in the air, very clever!  I can’t wait to try the Pumpkin Breakfast Bliss Bars my girls would love those and so would I :)  For those of you who want this recipe, check it out here
       
      http://www.16ballsintheair.com/search?q=pumpkin

      1. 16ballsinairlib says:

         @hallecottis you’re so sweet – thank new friend!

  6. AdventurzNchild says:

    Thanks for linking with Kids  in the Kitchen! Your girls are so pretty (I have all boys – so I love seeing the girls) but, at least my boys do love to cook in the kitchen with me! We’ll have to try this dip – they will like it! 

    1. hallecottis says:

       @AdventurzNchild I bet they will like it, my girls love it :)

  7. CarrieCookeRaab says:

    Little chefs in the making! I can see them on TV one day! Great job, Halle! Keep it up! :) Love the veggie dip recipe. Thanks so much for linking up with us at Kids in the Kitchen. Such a blessing having you! Have a great week and see you next Tuesday!

    1. hallecottis says:

       @CarrieCookeRaab I’ll be there, and thanks again for hosting a great hop :)

  8. It looks like your daughters had a lot of fun learning to make this delicious veggie dip! What a great healthy snack. I really like the seasonings in this recipe too.

    1. hallecottis says:

       @The21stCenturyHousewife My girls love to cook and I can’t think of a better gift to give them then teaching them at a young age how to cook and how to cook with wholesome healthy ingredients.  Thanks for the great blog hop, I enjoy it every week!

  9. naturalmothers says:

    Well done girls- your dip looks so tasty! Thank you so much for sharing this with us on Natural Mothers Network’s Seasonal Celebration and best wishes for a very Happy Easter!
    Warmly, Rebecca x
     

  10. Miz Helen says:

    The girls are just adorable! This is a great recipe that we would really enjoy!  Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great Celebration Week End!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

  11. BeyondThePeel says:

    Yum. What a lovely dip. Its so great to see your kids involved in the process. Brilliant.

  12. Jan Martin Whitlinger says:

    Learned something new today–thanks, Halle! At Christmas, we make both male and female fudge!

  13. Kathy Hughes says:

    I love this!!! Thank you!

  14. Jessica Bennett Espinoza says:

    I don’t think this is accurate. I thought it was really cool and then I asked some master gardeners and they said it’s not true …

  15. Larian LeQuella says:

    You are correct Jessica, this is absolutely false. Even if the male/female thing wasn’t a load of poppycock, even the correlation to taste based on bumps is incorrect: http://www.academicjournals.org/jhf/pdf/pdf2010/March/Sharma%20et%20al..pdf Long story short bell pepper lobe number doesn’t affect taste, but positively correlates with number of branches of plant and length of the harvest (i.e. the more branches or the longer the harvest period, the more the lobes). That’s about it. Feel free to buy any shaped bell peppers you want. :)

  16. Sylvia Waters says:

    No such thing as male and female peppers!!!!!

  17. Stuart Pierce says:

    According to foodreference.com:
    Question. I was just told today that when choosing bell peppers I should look for one with four bumps on the bottom because it is a “female” pepper and thus will be sweeter. The “male” pepper has only three bumps. Is this factual???
    Answer. Peppers have complete flowers, that is both male and female parts in the same flower. *
    Male and female fruit can only come from plant types that have separate male and female flowers, and with a few exceptions, only the female flowers produce fruit. (one of the exceptions – some papaya male flowers will set fruit).
    The number of lobes is related to the specific variety of pepper. There are varieties of peppers that produce 2, 3-4, or 3-5 lobed peppers. The 4 lobed ‘bell’ pepper was (and is) more popular in the U.S., so plants have been breed for this characteristic.
    * (Pepper trees [black & white pepper] have separate male and female flowers).

  18. Nancy Cloonan says:

    :) thanks! Love peppers! Now I can choose them more carefully!

  19. Addie Dupre Old says:

    False. It has nothing to do with sweetness. It is a marketing variety. Read above link by Stuart.

  20. Tessa Williams Simpson says:

    How cool, I will have to take notice to see if I can tell a difference!

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