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So many people talk about using Greek yogurt as a substitute for mayonnaise, sour cream, and even cream cheese in recipes. I had a coworker who was mixing Greek yogurt with a number of spices and using that as a mayonnaise on her sandwiches, etc. Im not a big lover of mayonnaise, BUT I am a lover of French onion and ranch dips for vegetables and potato chips. I had tried the Oikos Greek yogurt dip and enjoyed it, so I finally decided to give making my own ranch dip a shot using fat free greek yogurt. I found it was quite good. The only noticeable difference was the dip was a lot thicker but taste wise differences are unrecognizable. The greatest part was that I could eat the entire cup of dip knowing well ahead of time that it was only 2 points plus values. Dips can be a downfall because dips made from full-fat ingredients add up in calories/points plus values rather quickly. Making a dip this way really allows you to have a pretty fair amount without any guilt (well, not including whatever it is youre dipping into the dip). Heres what I used to make my dip: Serves 1. 2 Points Plus Values. (Note: This can make 2 servings for 1 Points Plus Values each). - 1 individual container, Dannon Nonfat Plain Greek Yogurt - ¼ of McCormick Ranch Dip packet Stir the ranch dip packet into the greek yogurt. Mix well then serve with fresh veggies (or chips if you choose). Image is mine do not take or use. Thank you.
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