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Skinny Greek Layered Dip

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Skinny Greek Layered Dip
  • Prep Time 20 min
  • Total Time 20 min
  • Servings 12
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70% less fat • 54% fewer calories • 48% less sodium than the original recipe. You'll love this much better-for-you appetizer updated with fat-free ingredients, extra veggies and baked whole wheat pita chips.

Ingredients

2
whole wheat pita (pocket) breads (6 inch)
Cooking spray
1
container (7 or 8 oz) plain hummus
1
container (6 oz) fat-free Greek plain yogurt
1
tablespoon chopped fresh parsley
1
teaspoon fresh lemon juice
1/8
teaspoon pepper
1
medium plum (Roma) tomato, seeded, chopped
1/3
cup pitted kalamata olives, quartered
1/3
cup finely chopped seeded cucumber
1/2
cup crumbled feta cheese (2 oz)
1/4
cup chopped green onions (4 medium)
1
teaspoon olive oil
1/2
medium cucumber, sliced
1
medium green or red bell pepper, cut into strips

Directions

  • 1 Heat oven to 350°F. Split each pita bread horizontally to make 2 rounds. Cut each round into 6 wedges. Arrange on ungreased large cookie sheet, rough surface up. Spray with cooking spray (about 5 seconds).
  • 2 Bake 8 to 10 minutes or until golden brown and crisp; cool.
  • 3 Meanwhile, spread hummus on shallow serving platter or in pie plate. In small bowl, mix yogurt, parsley, lemon juice and pepper; spread evenly over hummus. Top with tomato, olives, chopped cucumber, feta cheese and onions. Drizzle with olive oil.
Tips  

We've replaced ingredients with great-tasting alternatives to create better-for-you recipes that are just as yummy as the originals.

Greek yogurt is known to be thicker (it's strained) with a creamier consistency than regular plain yogurt. But if it's not available in your area, regular plain yogurt can be used instead. While testing, we found thickness varied with different brands and it may be fun to conduct your own taste test and compare two or more brands.

You can substitute any kind of olive you like. Why not scout the olive bar at your grocery store and pick out a new variety?

For a different flavor twist, look for hummus with added ingredients, such as roasted garlic.

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