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08 February 2016

The 5 Minute Garlic Feta Dip

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It's officially official, football is over and I am very emotional over it. Just as soon as I begin to sink into a deep, dark, post football depression I remember basketball season is already well under way and tournament time will be here before we know it. 

As I've mentioned a few times, two of our best girlfriends live just down the street from us. We get together at least once a week, and this past week we did a test run on a garlic feta dip that will be delicious and easy to make come tournament time. Since this dip only takes 5 minutes, I thought I'd have CB be the one to prepare it for the girls. 

It's about time the girls posted up on the couch watching basketball while the guys are in the kitchen! Boom! That's how you do it, folks!

You can't have dip without wine (actual fact) so I brought over a box of Black Box Chardonnay. Black Box is perfect to bring to a sports-centered get together since it is so portable and is 40% less than comparable bottles. Plus, just one box of Black Box is equal to 4, 750mL, bottles of wine! I buy Black Box all the time because it lasts for so much longer than normal bottles, up to six weeks and they have won over 50 Gold Medals for its quality! 

I poured the girls a glass, then handed off the recipe to CB, fully confident in his abilities. 

That's a natural born chef right there, I think he has found his calling in life!  

|| Ingredients ||  
6oz Feta Cheese (I used Fat Free)
4 oz Cream Cheese (I used a low fat version to keep it lighter)
1/3 cup greek yogurt
3 cloves garlic
Pinch of dill
Pinch of oregano
Juice of 1 small lemon
1 Small Roma Tomato, diced
Chopped parsley for garnish
Pita bread, cut into triangles 

|| Directions ||  

Combine your feta, cream cheese, yogurt, garlic, dill, oregano and lemon juice in a blender. I'd probably recommend using a food processor but we didn't have one of those on hand so a blender worked perfectly! When dip is completely blended, transfer to a small bowl and top with tomatoes and parsley. Serve with pita bread. 

*Recipe adapted from Host The Toast!

Basketball playoffs right around the corner and a delicious dips delivered right to the couch?
Yes please! I'll toast to that!

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  1. I love me some boxed wine, definitely a staple in our summer camping adventures! Black box is definitely one of my faves.

  2. You are speaking my language! I love feta and could eat this app as a meal - especially paired with the Chard! What a fun party! #client

  3. this sounds DELICIOUS! i sincerely want to try this, ASAP!

  4. This looks mouth-wateringly good! I seriously cannot wait to give this a try!

    xx, Caitlin


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