When I was planning my Taste of Britain menu a few weeks ago for my Day with Jane Austen party, I knew I had to somehow include strawberries and cream. I made this low-fat dip in place of heavy cream. Let's face it, there's no perfect substitute for real, rich whipped cream. But this yogurt-based dip is tasty, nonetheless; and it is much kinder to the waistline. It's a perfect snack while viewing the Royal Wedding this week.
Weight Watchers PointsPlus: This dip has 1 point per 2 tablespoons.
This recipe is as easy as it gets. Combine 4 ingredients. Whisk them together. Done.
Here are the ingredients you'll need to make this creamy dip: lowfat yogurt, lowfat sour cream, honey, vanilla. Plus, you need the best strawberries you can find for dipping.
Combine the four dip ingredients and whisk them together. That's it! Put it in the fridge. It will keep as long as the freshness dates on the sour cream and yogurt.
This makes a thick and creamy fruit dip. It's great to have on hand in the fridge for dipping all kinds of fruit--a quick, healthy, tasty snack. I like to serve this with a breakfast or lunch buffet. At my Jane Austen party, it was a mid-morning snack.
Make it a yummy day!
Yogurt and Honey Fruit Dip
Servings: makes 1 cup
1/2 cup low-fat Greek yogurt
1/2 cup low-fat sour cream
2 tablespoons honey
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
Combine ingredients in medium bowl and whisk together. Refrigerate. Serve with fresh strawberries or other fresh fruit.
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