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BCS Football Championship Recipe: Spinach Dip with Greek Yogurt

January 08, 2012

Roll Tide! I can’t believe an Alabama team is (once again) in the BCS National Championship. You have no idea what it’s like to live in this crazy, passion-filled football state (Alabama and Auburn) where red jeans and houndstooth are at a premium. I have had many, many requests, phone calls and emails for appetizer recipes. Since everyone is trying to get their new years off right, I thought I would share this Spinach Dip with Greek Yogurt recipe which I recently made this on television for NBC 13 “Daytime Alabama”. It’s so easy, and it’s always a hit. It is perfect for any party, Superbowl, or weekend starter with the family. Here are a few other favorites appetizers ideas including¬† Chicken Chipotle Dip

 Rosemary-Chipotle Spiced Nuts

Lightened Up Mexican Layer Dip

Spinach Dip with Greek Yogurt

Prep: 10 minutes
Yield: 8 servings
Ingredients
1 (16 ounce) package frozen spinach, thawed and squeezed well
1 (16 ounce) container light sour cream
1/2 cup light mayonnaise
1/2 cup nonfat Greek yogurt
1 package Knoor vegetable soup mix
3 green onions, chopped
Preparation
1. Thaw spinach well. Place in a large bowl and mix with remaining ingredients, stirring well. Chill at least 2 hours. Serve with fresh vegetables and crackers, if desired.

Note: You can find Knoor vegetable soup mix in the soup section of the grocery stores. It is a dry mix.



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13 Responses to “BCS Football Championship Recipe: Spinach Dip with Greek Yogurt”
Lauren says:
January, 09 2012at 10:55 am
great ideas good "ski house" recipes too. Have to throw in a little GO GIants (will need luck vrs Green Bay).
Jeanette says:
January, 08 2012at 12:25 pm
Love how you lightened up this popular spinach dip - we are a huge football family and football snacks are a favorite on Sundays. Bookmarking this for Superbowl.
Lisa says:
January, 08 2012at 12:32 pm
Roll tide! Great post!
Julie says:
January, 08 2012at 12:32 pm
Wish you were in New Orleans! I'm bookmarking this too for Super Bowl!
Amy says:
January, 08 2012at 12:34 pm
These all sound amazing! This is a keeper
Wenderly says:
January, 09 2012at 03:59 pm
I sure LOVE my Greek yogurt! Can't wait to taste this dip!
January, 08 2012at 02:29 pm
Congrats on the football stuff...and I have 10x more dessert recipes on my site than anything, but recently (this past fall) made both rosemary almonds and spinach and artichoke dip (that's fat free or could be) using yogurt and cream cheese. We are on the same wavelength. Yours look awesome!
January, 08 2012at 03:44 pm
And....a few LSU fans ;-) But trust me you all definitely outweigh us! Love the recipes you posted! That chiptole dip looks amazing! Good luck to both of us ! XO. A Southern Bee Diary :)
January, 10 2012at 04:58 am
Yum! That sounds like a great dip for game day.
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