It’s a good bet you’ve tried Greek yogurt in the form of the traditional soft serve, but have you ever tried it in dip form? I recently tested out this simple recipe to make a Greek yogurt dip that is simple to make, can be easily customized, and has a subtle pumpkin flavor that works well with the Greek yogurt’s creamy texture.
I’m a sucker for Greek yogurt, and in the fall when pumpkins are everywhere, I’m always finding reasons to bake with them. My latest creation is this pumpkin Greek yogurt dip, which is perfect for taking to a party, a get-together, or as a snack during the day.
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This holiday season, treat yourself to a wonderfully nutritious pumpkin dip! Our 15-gram-protein Pumpkin Greek Yogurt Dip is delightfully creamy and thick enough to serve with chips or fruit slices. It’s easy to make with just 5 ingredients for your next holiday party.
My spouse is a huge fan of chips and dip. He reaches for chips and salsa or apples and peanut butter while supper is still cooking or he needs a snack. I wanted to make something that he could grab and eat during the week, as well as something that I could utilize for our Thanksgiving gatherings.
How do you make pumpkin pie filling without the pumpkin?
If you only have pumpkin puree and a recipe that asks for canned pie filling, you may simply substitute it for the canned pie filling. 2/3 cup pumpkin puree should be saved for another dish after opening the can. Simply combine 2/3 cup sugar, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, and 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg with 1/3 cup canned pumpkin.
Is it possible to use fresh pumpkin instead of canned pumpkin?
Yes, you certainly can! Simply use the same amount of fresh puree instead of canned puree (1 cup fresh puree for 1 cup canned). One thing to keep in mind is that fresh pumpkin has more moisture than canned puree pumpkin. Allow time for your fresh pumpkin puree to drain any extra liquid.
The following are the ingredients for our Pumpkin Greek Yogurt Dip:
To create our Pumpkin Greek Yogurt Dip, follow these steps:
Place all of the ingredients in a mixing dish and measure them out. Whip until all of the ingredients are evenly distributed. Keep cold or refrigerated at all times.
*It will take some stirring to completely incorporate the marshmallow fluff with the rest of the ingredients.
This is such a simple dip to make for everyone to enjoy.
Since pumpkin is always the star of the show when it comes to fall, it just made sense to come up with something that incorporated that delicious ingredient. But who doesn’t love some pumpkin anyway?! We wanted a pumpkin option that offered even just a little healthy redeeming value and we succeeded! It’s a home run on taste and around the waist! (<—- See what I did there?) Happy Fall Y’all!
3 minute prep time
Time to cook: 5 minutes
8-minute total time
- 1 cup Greek yogurt (vanilla)
- 1/2 cup pureed pumpkin
- 3 tablespoons maple syrup
- a half teaspoon of pumpkin pie spice
- With a whisk, combine all of the ingredients.
- Put everything in a dish and serve.
- * Remember to stay cool!
Information about nutrition:
Size of Serving:
1 tbsp. per serving 46 calories 0g total fat 0g Saturated Fat 0g trans fat 0g of unsaturated fat 1 milligram of cholesterol 14 mg sodium 8g Carbohydrates 1 gram of fiber 6 g sugar 4 g protein
(Nutritional information is an estimate that may vary depending on cooking techniques and ingredient brands utilized.)
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