Thursday, August 23

My Top Ten Picks Of MM #86

Dip: a somewhat healthier version........
Salsa, hummus and even guacamole are the healthiest choices, but sometimes a girl likes to have her sour cream, ya know?  Subbing with only yogurt never really fools us.
For this dip I used 24 oz of Greek yogurt, for thickness. And 8 oz of sour cream for well, flavor! You can use regular, low or non fat.
1/2 cup of pepperocini peppers.
1/2  cup of green olives with pimentos.  I also used 1 tablespoon of the olive flavored vinegar from the jar, you could use regular vinegar or lemon juice.
I used my favorite seasoning blend and because the olives were so salty, I didn't add salt. The blend I used here contains: garlic, onion, black pepper, basil, oregano, thyme, rosemary, parsley, mustard, celery seed, and oil of lemon. You can add what ever your heart desires though!
Just throw the peppers and olives in your blender or processor........
blend finely or leave it chunky.
add the yogurt, sour cream, vinegar and spices, blend and that's it!
I refrigerated my dip for an hour to let the flavor come out more.
Add some diet sprite in a margarita glass with a plastic mermaid and you're all set.
I'm linking this week with Foodie Friday at Rattlebridge Farm


And now for the top ten! If you were featured this week,
 feel free to grab a featured button from my sidebar.
xoxoxoxox,



Industrial Dresser by West Furniture Revival


Squash Risotto by The Money Pit


Antique Window Art by Number Fifty-Three


Patio Bliss by Shabby Love

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Virtual Antiquing by Confessions Of A Plate Addict


Top Drawer by Must Love Junk


Cornbread Salad by The Alchemist


Painted Back Splash by Everyday Home Blog


Window Table by Marty's Musings


Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream by 2805

8 comments:

  1. thank you so much for the feature of my industrial dresser Mary! Was a great surprise and nice way to start off the weekend!

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  2. What a wonderful recipe - going to have to try that dip! Yum!

    As for the yogurt/sour cream - I am with you all the way on that! And GREAT idea to do both, it helps!

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  3. Thank you so much for featuring my antique window art! And that recipe looks fantastic. I can't wait to try it!

    Angela

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  4. Now that looks yummy, Mary! Thanks for the recipe! And thanks for the feature! Hope you are having a great week!...hugs...Debbie

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  5. Your recipe for guacamole looks interesting!

    Thanks so much for featuring my Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream. I am honored to be in such nice company! I appreciate it, Mary!

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  6. Awwwww thanks for the shout out about my Painted Backsplash. You're the bestest! :)

    See you Monday. xxoo

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  7. Thanks for the feature Mary. I also like the cats in the other features.. your picks were purrr-fect!

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  8. Thank you for featuring our window table! Such a fun project. Linking up this week with our den makeover. Have a blessed week!

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