You can enjoy this recipe either by using dry ingredients you have on hand (dried dill weed and garlic powder). But if you want more intense and fresh flavors, use freshly chopped dill and minced garlic!
This recipe is a serving size for one (1 red 21 day fix container and 1 tsp of oil). Double the recipe if you are planning on serving it as a dip for the family or want to store some for use later on in the week! The dip will last for up to four days in the fridge if you keep it in a air-tight sealed container.
How Can I Make a Healthy Salad With This Dressing?
I love to make this as a creamy dill salad dressing to use on top of my Spiralized cucumber noodles.
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With this device I can turn all my veggies into spiral noodles and it feels like I’m eating a hearty bowl of pasta (veggie pasta that is!) It’s way more fun to eat cucumber noodles than cucumber slices.>>You can get your own Spiralizer on Amazon by clicking here!
If you decide to use the dip above as a dressing, you can either use half of it for a lightly creamy base. Or (as I do) you can use the entire serving to have your noodles smothered in cool creamy dressing!
Here, I spiralize a cucumber and add some cherry tomatoes and freshly ground pepper on top. This entire meal/snack is 1 red container, 1 tsp of oil, and 2 green containers of your daily allowance.
If you like this recipe, you might also like my Greek Yogurt Buffalo Dip recipe which is a spicier and hotter version!
Enjoy this 21 day fix dip recipe as you like. It’s perfect to pack for lunch or have as a snack during movie night at your home!