Who doesn’t love Seven Layer Dip? Especially when it’s a healthy version using Greek yogurt over sour cream and lots . of . veggies. No one that’s who! 😉 You can use tortilla chips, Mary’s gluten free crackers, or sticks of celery and peppers for dipping. Celery and peppers are the best for this as they form a scoop shape that allows you to get a bit from every layer in your mouth. That’s the most important part, right? How much can be shoveled into your gob! 😉
Anywho, if you’re looking for healthier Super Bowl party options, look no further.
Now let’s see the players in this game … er … ingredients in this recipe! 🙂
For the first layer I shredded a head of romaine. Easy.
Then, I made some chipotle yogurt. What the heck is chipotle yogurt you ask? Let me tell you! Instead of sour cream I’m using Greek yogurt for this healthier dip but I want it to have some oomph, so I stirred some of the adobo sauce from a can of chipotle peppers into the Greek yogurt. Presto! Chipotle yogurt. Just make sure you are using the natural flavour yogurt. Vanilla would be pretty gross in this. 😉 Natural yogurt + adobo sauce.
Next I scooped out the goods from a avocado and chopped it up with a handful of cilantro and added that on top of the chipotle yogurt.
Following the avocado we have black beans, salsa, shredded cheese and finally, the seventh layer, sliced green onions.
I layered all of the components into a glass container and promptly went to town munching away. It was a great snack for watching the Grammy red carpet show. I love watching the parade of fashions for the award season. the Grammys is good but the real glamour is usually at the Oscars. Do you watch the award shows? Prefer the Superbowl over the Oscars?
Either way, this dip was the winner in our house. 🙂
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- Mix the adobo sauce together with the yogurt
- Chop together the cilantro with the avocado
- Layer the ingredients as listed in a medium sized glass container
- Serve with chopped peppers, celery, tortilla chips, or Mary’s gluten free crackers