Romano Cream Cheese Yogurt Dip

Romano Cream Cheese Yogurt Dip recipe pictures Cliff and I love to dip. He dips garlic bread in red sauce; I don’t. But otherwise, I love to dip. Potato chips and french onion dip. Tortilla chips and nacho cheese. Fries and ketchup. Bread and oil. Pita chips and hummus. Raw vegetables and ranch dressing. All classic pairings. I am always looking for something new to dip bread and vegetables in.

This is my new go-to dip. It goes with almost everything. I have served it both hot and cold. With cooked cauliflower and raw cauliflower. With pita chips fresh out of the oven and with not so hot pita chips. One of my favorite ways to serve it is with oven fries. Sooooo good! I think it would also be really great spread on some sliced French bread  and baked in the oven til it is hot and bubbly. I have made it a few times now and whatever is leftover the first night I can always use later in the week with something totally different. It truly goes with everything! It is cheesy, creamy, and hot (or cold). What more could you want? It is perfection!!

Romano Cream Cheese Yogurt Dip recipe pictures

Here is what you'll need

Romano Cream Cheese Yogurt Dip recipe pictures

Slice the pita bread into wedges

Romano Cream Cheese Yogurt Dip recipe pictures

Brush the pita bread with olive oil and pop it into the oven, just til warm

Romano Cream Cheese Yogurt Dip recipe pictures

Combine the cheese, cream cheese, yogurt and parsley flakes

Romano Cream Cheese Yogurt Dip recipe pictures

Stir and put that in the oven too

Romano Cream Cheese Yogurt Dip recipe pictures

Serve with pita bread, raw or cooked vegetables, or both!

Comments

  1. says

    You know, warm dips in Australia are unheard of, I guess it’s because it’s so warm already we don’t feel like warming things up. Who knows. This dip however, sounds delicious! And it’s a perfect, simple starter for those cooler evenings. I can’t wait to try it.

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