This healthy veggie dip recipe is not only delicious and kid friendly side you can feel good about. Layer this Greek yogurt ranch dip recipe with Jackson’s Honest chips and veggies of all colors to make a fun and interesting rainbow veggie platter.
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After some research and experimenting, I realized my boys were obsessed with dips. This Greek yogurt ranch dip recipe has changed how e serve veggies to my picky eaters!
Between this rainbow veggie platter and healthy veggie dip recipe you’ll be able to encourage your kids to try new vegetables in a really comfortable way.
Make a full veggie platter for a meal or a party or keep it simple with a rainbow veggie snack plate for each kid, featuring the kid friendly veggie dip. They’ll love it either way!
What to serve Greek Yogurt dip with:
We love to serve with fresh veggies!
- Grape tomatoes (halved or quartered for littles)
- Baby carrots or sticks
- Broccoli and cauliflower
Alternately, serving with salad, fries, pizza.. all delicious options! Anything you would have with ranch dressing is a great fit.
We like to serve dip with a variety of vegetables. Even if my kids don’t like everyone, it still accounts for an exposure to the veggie.
How to store veggie dip:
I usually pop it into a tupperware container for 3-4 days. Any more than that and I start to get iffy on leftovers.
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Healthy Veggie Dip for kids
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Greek Yogurt Ranch Healthy Veggie Dip Recipe
This Greek Yogurt Ranch Healthy Veggie Dip recipe is a healthier take on a kid favorite. Use as an easy way to get your kids to try new vegetables, like in this rainbow veggie platter.
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 1 tsp onion powder
- 1 cup Greek yogurt plain
- .5 tsp salt to taste
- .25 tsp black pepper
- 2 tbs finely chopped dill (see notes)
Mix together all ingredients.
Taste – add more salt if desired.
Serve cold with chips and fresh veggies. The longer this sits, the better it tastes!
*you can also use dried dill weed – go for about 1 tsp.