If you’re looking for fresh and tasty low carb appetizers, snacks, or toppings, you’ve come to the right place, because this veggie dip is the creamy, dreamy, healthy, treat that makes EVERYTHING taste better!
It’s chock full of fresh herbs and garlic, with just the right touch of lemon, to make any veggie taste delicious! Serve it at your next BBQ for an awe-inspiring party plate, or stash this veggie dip in the fridge to help you sneak in some extra greens between meals. Did I mention how easy it is to throw together?!
Now let’s make some low carb dips!
How to Make This Wondrous Veggie Dip:
We’ve all had ranch veggie dip, and I’m not knocking it, but this cream cheese veggie dip is significantly more flavorful. It makes for a divine sauce, that you wont believe is part of a low carb meal plan, and is the treat your low carb snacks and keto appetizers need a little more of…
Are you ready to make one of the easiest veggie dip recipes ever?! Then let’s do this, here’s what you need to know:
Place all of the ingredients for this healthy easy veggie dip recipe in a food processor and process.
It’s a good idea to pause the food processor and scrape down the sides using a rubber spatula, to ensure all the ingredients incorporate smoothly — even if they look to be incorporated, don’t skip this common food processor mistake!
When the herbs are as finely chopped as you desire, transfer your dip to a bowl and start snacking!
Maybe it’s not all that uncommon for any old run-of-the-mill veggie dip to be easy to make — but with this particular recipe, you truly wont believe that something this flavorful can be whipped up that quickly!
How to Eat Vegetable Dip:
There are so many exciting ways to enjoy this refreshing vegetable dip! From low carb snack ideas to low carb meal prep — it’s so delicious, you’ll be smothering all your favorite low carb foods in this veggie dip!
Here are some ideas to get your mouth watering:
As a Dip.
Serving this veggie dip as its namesake, against a colorful array of keto vegetables and low carb vegetables makes for a real showstopper at parties. It’s the fresh parsley, chives, and dill that make it pop next to the oranges, yellows, and reds in the wonderful world of veggies.
I love to serve this dip with sliced cucumbers, celery, bell peppers and carrots. What’re your favorite veggies for veggie dipping?
As a Dressing.
Doesn’t it sound delicious to use this dip as a dressing on your favorite salad? There’s also no reason you couldn’t use it as a dressing for cold salads like low carb coleslaw, rotisserie chicken salad, or keto tuna salad. Yumm-my!
As a Sauce.
You can also use this dip as a sauce for meats or seafood. My mind goes straight to lamb, but it would be delicious with low carb chicken recipes too. Another great idea: sauce for fish tacos!
As you can see, there’s no reason to go searching for the very best veggie dip to buy — this dip is incredibly versatile, and making it’s just as easy as taking a processed dip off the grocery store shelf!
Storing Low Carb Dips
Just about any low carb dips will store well in the fridge for a couple of days — I wouldn’t push it past three days because of the fresh herbs in this veggie dip. This particular dip doesn’t freeze well…
Unless you know something I don’t know (and if you do, please tell me in the comments below!), creamy based sauces (like this veggie dip) don’t taste the same or look remotely attractive after being frozen.
Keto Dips variations
Here are a few ways to add your own personal twist for keto dips perfection:
Veggie dip with greek yogurt is crazy delicious, in fact I always make this recipe with low carb yogurt instead! Not to mention, veggie dip without sour cream is a great way to balance out the macros in your meal.
Experimenting with different herbs for this dip is a great way to make it a perfect fit it into your low carb meals. For instance, if you’re spreading it onto toasted almond flour bread with sliced tomato and mozzarella, basil would be an excellent additional to this veggie dip!
Veggie Dip Recipe
I hope you become as big a fan as I am of this veggie dip recipe!!! Let me know what you think in the comments below — and don’t forget to include any variations you came up with! Happy dipping.
- 1 Cup Sour Cream
- 2 Ounces Cream Cheese
- 1/4 Cup Parsley leaves only
- 2 Tablespoons Chives roughly chopped
- 2 Tablespoons Dill leaves
- 1 Clove Garlic
- 1 Teaspoon Lemon Juice
- Place all ingredients in a food processor and process. Stop machine occasionally to scrape down the sides.
- Once herbs are chopped as finely as you’d like, transfer dip to a bowl.
- Serve with freshly sliced veggies and enjoy!