This creamy, salty, spicy jalapeño feta vegetable dip is way more exciting than ranch dip, I promise!
Are you often tasked with bringing something to the bbq or party and constantly stumped? Do you ALWAYS show up with a veggie platter or potato salad? Ditch the store bought potato salad and bottle ranch and try this easy jalapeño feta veggie dip. It’s thick, creamy, a little spicy, and a little salty. It’s ranch dip’s older, more experienced, mature cousin. The flavors are unreal and you will honestly want to add this to your salads, pitas, wraps, eat it with chips, etc.
I encourage you to try it; it involves dumping a short list of ingredients into a food processor and letting it go till it turns into the most creamy and luscious mixture. Spoon it into something pretty and prepare to be the party favorite!
If you have time, make it a day in advance and refrigerate— the flavors intensify overnight.
Jalapeno Feta Vegetable Dip
Yield 10-12 servings
A cool and creamy jalapeno feta vegetable dip with crumbled feta cheese, fresh jalapeños, roasted garlic, and whipped cream cheese. It's also delicious over salads and in pita pockets.
1 jalapeno, deseeded
2 cloves roasted garlic
8 oz whipped cream cheese*
1/4 C sour cream
1/4 C feta cheese
Juice of 1/2 lemon
salt + pepper
handful of parsley
Add all the ingredients to a food processor and pulse till you reach your desired texture.
Serve with sliced carrots, cucumbers, radishes, snap peas, celery, and pita chips.
I Like to use whipped cream cheese for texture purposes, if that’s unavailable, regular area cheese will still work!
I’m going to be real– I typically prefer my vegetable to be cooked. Steamed, roasted, baked, braised — cooked. The only way you can entice me to eat some raw veggies is with a bomb dip or a delicious salad dressing. This Jalapeno Feta Vegetable dip is definitely considered a ‘bomb’ dip!
If you are looking for more delicious party recipes, try my Bite Sized Spinach Puffs or for something sweet, Brown Sugar Pecan Baked Brie !