2 Ingredient High-Protein French Onion Dip! {Macro Friendly Monday #7}



This is a great recipe to bring to parties so you can stay on track and hit your protein for the day. Nobody will know the difference since plain Greek yogurt tastes just like sour cream! It’s also a great snack with veggies for dipping when you are craving something crunchy!

Serve it with veggies, use it as a spread on sandwiches and wraps, on your favorite thin crisps or Suzie’s thin cakes, or inside rolled up deli meat! You can also sub your favorite flavor of dip / soup mix like Ranch, goddess, vegetable, etc. for different flavor variations!

To make it, simply combine 8 oz fat free Greek yogurt and 4 TBSP (14g) of Onion Soup & Dip Mix (I used Lipton) and let sit for a few hours (or overnight).

Macros shown are for the whole recipe. I realize the sodium content in this is high, but if you are using it as a spread you won’t need the whole amount. Even as a dip, you will probably only use 1/4 – 1/2 the recipe as the recipe makes a whole cup. You can sub the Lipton mix out for your favorite low-sodium mix if you follow a low sodium dietary plan, otherwise it is not really a “big rock” issue when it comes to your nutrition.





Reader Questions:

1/ What flavor sounds best to you?
2/ How would you use it? Dip? Spread? Other ideas? Tell me in the comments below!👇🏼

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