i can’t believe the super bowl is this weekend!
besides football and awesome commercials, the food is a huge, HUGE part of a successful super bowl sunday.
have you ever been to a super bowl party where the food sucked? Yeah, it sounds like a lame party for sure. sooo, it’s time to run some defense against that offensive awful party tray.
here’s a light sour cream, greek yogurt and green onion dip recipe to spice up your party this sunday. it’s flavorful and really easy to make. talk about a touchdown!
and for the extra point, you probably have all the ingredients in your pantry and fridge.
you can also check my guacamole recipe by clicking here. this guacamole will leave people raving and wanting for more. you are going to be a super star if you make one or both of these dips.
add light sour cream, non fat greek yogurt and light mayonnaise to a bowl.
zest one lemon right in the bowl.
juice half of a lemon or add two teaspoons of lemon juice.
add sea salt and fresh ground black pepper.
all the ingredients are coming together. and the lemon is so fragrant! mmm!
cut the green onions finely.
add green onions to the bowl. this is why this post is called “super -dipin’- bowl” … that’s all you need. just one bowl :)
whisk all ingredients together.
add minced garlic.
the rest of the green onions.
garnish with green onions and serve with celery, carrots, bell peppers, corn chips, pita chips, sun chips or potato chips.
light sour cream, greek yogurt and green onion dip
1 16 oz container light sour cream
1/2 cup non fat greek yogurt
1 teaspoon light mayonnaise
5 green green onions, finely chopped
zest of one lemon
2 teaspoons lemon juice
2 cloves garlic, minced
1/2 teaspoon sea salt, more if needed
1 teaspoon fresh ground black pepper
celery and carrot sticks, corn chips, potato and/or pita chips for serving
serves 10 people
in a large bowl add sour cream, greek yogurt and mayonnaise. finely chop the green onions and reserve a few for topping once dip is ready to serve.
add green onions, lemon zest, lemon juice and minced garlic. season with salt and pepper.
whisk all ingredients until well combined. taste and see if more salt or pepper is needed. garnish with the rest of the green onions.
you can make the dip in advance and store in an air-tight container for up to two days in the refrigerator.
you can use this dip to top chili, tacos and more!
check out my guest post on mike’s blog – click1015.com/thebakingcup. mike is one of my funniest friends and he works at click 101.5, a radio station out of dayton, ohio. he asked me to blog 3 easy recipes for the super bowl. and voila.