Sauces and Condiments
We all love the idea of dunking and snacking. Nothing satisfies more than the CRUNCH of a crispy nom-nom with cool, creamy yumminess of a flavorful dip. This one features my favorite, light and refreshing dill with a hint of citrus that's perfect for veggies, kale chips and more.
However, when those dips are laden with fat and calories, the delish can turn into a dive in no time. Here's my killer basic recipe for making a dip that's delicious and on program!
Optavia Stacey Hawkins
Add all ingredients to a container and blend with a spatula to combine. Let rest for one hour up to overnight to let all the flavors meld. Enjoy with your favorite veggies or approved dipping snacks.
Serve in individual glasses with veggies or make a cabbage bowl for a gorgeous presentation! Who needs a bread bowl?
Chef's Notes & More
Optavia Lean and Green Counts
Serving size is dependent on how you would like to count it.
You could have the entire bowl and count it as 1 Lean
You could have 2 Tablespoons as 1 Condiment1 - Condiments
8 Weight Watchers Points
This recipe makes 20 Tablespoons of dip and is the equivalent of one full Lean Serving. You could also count 2 Tablespoons as a single condiment if you don't want to eat it all. Nutritional information below is for dip ONLY. Vegetables will need to be counted additionally. WW points are also for the ENTIRE dip recipe. Divide by 20 for the per tablespoon count.
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