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Gingered Caramel and Yogurt Dip

Gingered Caramel and Yogurt Dip


  • 4 Ounces (half of an 8-ounce package) fat-free cream cheese, softened
  • 2/3 Cups creamy vanilla yogurt (from 2-pound container), such as Yoplait 99-percent Fat-Free
  • ¼ cup plus 1 to 2 teaspoons caramel fat-free topping
  • 1 Tablespoon chopped crystallized ginger
  • 4 medium unpeeled eating apples or pears, each cut into 12 slices


Beat cream cheese in medium bowl with electric mixer on medium speed until creamy. Beat in yogurt and ¼ cup of the topping until smooth. Cover and refrigerate at least 30 minutes until chilled.

Spoon dip into small serving bowl. Drizzle with 1 to 2 teaspoons topping; swirl with tip of knife. Sprinkle with ginger. Serve with apple and pear slices.

Caramel Yogurt Dip Recipe

My 5 year old will literally only eat apples if she has something to dip them in. And then she will sit down and eat an entire sliced apple! This dip is sweet, but also slightly tangy from the yogurt, and really really delicious! Of course you can dip other fruit in it, but apples are definitely are favorite with this dip. Plus there is just something about Fall that says caramel apples to me (and my kids!). While this dip does have sugar in it, we like to have it as a treat occasionally. We believe that balance is important and letting your kids enjoy sweets occasionally is a part of that balance for us! And this dip is so much better than the stuff you can buy with all of the artificial colors, flavors and corn syrup!

This dip is incredibly easy to make and requires only one pot! Put all of your ingredients in the pot, except for the yogurt. Cook on medium-low heat until all of the sugar is dissolved. If you feel like it needs more sweetness you can add more maple syrup, but I actually prefer it with less. Cook this until you have a nice thick consistency. Remove from the stove and add your yogurt. Stir until combined. This dip will thicken as it cools, and should be stored in the fridge. It isn’t quite the same consistency as caramel because of the yogurt.

We loved this Caramel Yogurt Dip Recipe with a more tart apple, but a nice Honeycrisp goes well with anything right?? Slice up some apples and serve it with this dip. We hope you enjoy this dip as much as we did!

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Caramel Yogurt Dip

This day did not start off well. It is cold ! Right, that is to be expected, we are smack-down in the middle of Winter.

But I think it is an age related thing &hellip every Winter seems to be colder than the previous Winter !

Then, later this morning, I slipped and fell &ndash .. yeah I know (picture the way someone steps on a banana peel and do the split) &ndash that was me.

Funny thing, whilst I am there on the floor, agonising in pain, I think to myself &rdquo .. Geez Linda, you have the correct pose which athletes take when getting ready for the Ready .. Set .. when they are about to do the 100mt sprint..&rdquo !

Only- I never got to the GO part. However, I did miss falling into the open garbage bag which was in front of me. Suppose I must be thankful for at least that as you know what goes into the garbage!

This afternoon, I am in the laundry, hubby in the lounge, when we heard a crash (seriously, the man thought I fell again!).

Anyway, upon investigating, we found a candle, set in a wineglass, which were at the BACK of my craft case, broken on the floor. No draft, no one there, dogs outside and as I said it was in the back BEHIND other stuff &hellip Weird !

Done laughing. Okay, this post is not exactly a recipe &ndash 2 ingredients &ndash 1 step ! But I will share it as a recipe, just because I feel like doing it right.

1. In a stand mixer or medium size mixing bowl, combine 6 dip ingredients. Remember to reserve 3 Tbsp of caramel sauce for later. Beat on medium speed until dip is smooth and all the components are well incorporated.

1. For the crumble, combine cookie crumbs and chopped peanuts with melted butter. Using a spoon, or your hands, mix everything together until it resembles wet sand. Set aside until you are ready to assemble.

2. Cut one small pie pumpkin in half from the top. Scoop out the seeds of each half and discard or save for roasting. Spoon the dip into each pumpkin half. Top with crumble mixture and drizzle with your reserved caramel sauce. Refrigerate until ready to serve. Accompany the dip with a mix of your slices of your favorite red and green apples.

Greek Yogurt Dip & Cucumber Sauce (Tzatziki)

Looking to spice up a dish with a creamy, flavorful dip? Our Greek yogurt sauce is the perfect recipe whether you want to top off a dish with Mediterranean flavors or make a stand-alone dipping sauce that everyone will love. This delicious dip features our Cabot Greek Yogurt and fresh cucumbers for a healthy topping that works great with grilled kabobs, lamb, falafels or Gyros. Or put the sauce in a bowl, slice up some fresh pita, and watch it fly off the plate. Once the crowd has cleared, be sure to let us know how you enjoyed the dish or to share any tips on how to put an original variation on this cucumber yogurt sauce. Also check out our Greek Yogurt Substitution Guide and all the great benefits you receive by eating Greek Yogurt.

Greek-yogurt sauce has long been a favorite for Mediterranean food-lovers, and we are excited to share our recipe with you. The 2 cloves of garlic mix with the tablespoon of chopped dill to add tangy spice that perfectly complements the richness of our Greek Yogurt. The lemon juice and olive oil will add a bit of zesty flair. When all these spices are combined with the crunchy goodness of a fresh cucumber, it creates an intricate flavor that you’ll fall in love with. Our cucumber yogurt dip tastes so good, you’ll feel like you’re on an exotic Greek isle.

Don’t miss out on this dish! Our commitment to quality shines through in all of our award-winning dairy products. That quality makes all the difference when whipping up a tasty dish, and you’ll see the results in the smiles of everyone who tries the Greek-yogurt sauce. Don’t forget to leave us a review and rate the dish. We would love for you to share your thoughts and any tips or tricks for making the sauce extra delicious!


2 medium cloves garlic
¼ teaspoon salt, plus more to taste
1 medium cucumber
1 cup Cabot Lowfat Plain Greek Yogurt or Cabot Plain Greek Yogurt
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
1 tablespoon flavorful extra virgin olive oil
1 tablespoon finely chopped fresh dill
½ teaspoon ground black pepper

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PEEL garlic and chop coarsely. Sprinkle with ¼ teaspoon salt and mash into puree with blade of knife held sideways. Scrape into medium bowl.

REMOVE ends from cucumber and peel. Cut in half lengthwise scrape out and discard seeds. Coarsely grate cucumber flesh or mince finely with knife.

WORKING over another bowl or sink, squeeze grated or chopped cucumber firmly to extract as much juice as possible discard juice and add squeezed flesh to bowl with garlic.

ADD yogurt, lemon juice, olive oil, dill and pepper, stirring together well.

COVER and refrigerate for at least 2 hours for flavors to blend. Add more salt if needed. Serve as dip with pita bread and fresh vegetables or as sauce for grilled lamb, chicken, beef or vegetables.

Garlicky Cabot Greek Yogurt Dip

Looking for more ways to substitute with Greek Yogurt? Then be sure to check out our Greek Yogurt Substitution Guide and learn about all the great benefits you receive simply by eating Greek Yogurt.


1½ cups crumbled feta cheese
½ cup Cabot Plain Greek Yogurt
½ cup Cabot Sour Cream
¼ cup chopped fresh mint
1 tablespoon minced garlic
Salt and ground black pepper to taste

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COMBINE in blender or food processor, feta, yogurt, sour cream, mint and garlic process until smooth. Season with salt and pepper.

TRANSFER mixture to serving bowl and serve surrounded with warm pita or other flatbread, cut into pieces.

Curried Greek Yogurt Dip

A well-made curry dip can be used in a number of different ways: as a sauce for broiled lamb patties, as a dip for fresh apple slices, or even as a salad dressing. It&rsquos really up to you! Our recipe for curry Greek yogurt dip makes one cup or eight servings. It&rsquos made with a number of nutritious ingredients, including honey, fresh ginger, and Greek Yogurt. We hope you enjoy making the dip. After trying it, please share it with your friends and family on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter. Also check out our Greek Yogurt Substitution Guide and all the great benefits you receive by eating Greek Yogurt.

When making curry dip, it&rsquos crucial that you use a high quality curry powder. Most super markets carry curry powder, but if you can find a local store that specializes in spices and herbs, you could find the best product possible. This recipe calls for a few ingredients, including Cabot Greek yogurt, honey, curry powder, fresh ginger, and salt. To make the dip, simply mix everything together in a bowl and serve immediately. Or, you can store the dip in the fridge until you&rsquore ready to use it. The dip will last for up to three days.

If you enjoyed our curry Greek yogurt dip, you&rsquoll also enjoy our recipe for avocado yogurt spread&mdashit&rsquos perfect on sandwiches or as a sauce for grilled meats or fish! Cabot has been producing award-winning dairy products for generations. From butter to sharp cheddar cheeses, we love making a diverse array of high quality dairy products. We hope you enjoy making our yogurt dip. If you have any thoughts or suggestions about the recipe, please rate and the review it. We&rsquore looking forward to checking out your feedback!


1 cup Cabot Lowfat Plain Greek Yogurt or Cabot Plain Greek Yogurt
2 tablespoons honey
1 tablespoon curry powder
2 teaspoons very finely minced or grated peeled fresh ginger
Generous pinch salt

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COMBINE in bowl. Use right away or cover and refrigerate for up to 3 days.


Step 1

Heat oil and turmeric in a small saucepan over medium-low, stirring occasionally, just until oil begins to bubble, 2–3 minutes. Let cool.

Step 2

Coarsely shred cucumbers on the large holes of a box grater. Squeeze out excess liquid. Transfer cucumbers to a medium bowl. Add turmeric oil, yogurt, garlic, mint, ginger, lemon zest, and lemon juice season with salt and stir to combine. Serve with crudités alongside for dipping.

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Sunset style evening.

A few nights ago, sharing a sunset style evening with our friends—hearts filled with gratitude for the many gifts in life, such as health, friends, provision, our kids, the beauty around us (the sunset!)—it was a reminder of how food is the conduit for bringing us together, good for our bodies and good for our souls.

When’s the last time you had a sunset-style evening with family or friends? What easy snack did you serve?

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