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Honey-Blackberry Greek Yogurt Dip Recipe

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Honey-Blackberry Greek Yogurt Dip Recipe

Chef Denton is allowing us to share several of his recipes to celebrate that American’s are working at improving what they eat – here’s his second recipe. Honey-Blackberry Greek Yogurt Dip served with Smartfood Cinnamon Brown Sugar Multigrain Popped Chips or fresh fruit.

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Honey-Blackberry Greek Yogurt Dip
Recipe by Chef Jody Denton for Smartfoods and used with permission.
Yield: 6-8
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  • 3 Cups Greek yogurt
  • ½ pint blackberries, fresh or frozen
  • 3 Tbls Honey
  • 2 Tbls fresh lemon juice
  • 1 Pinch Salt
  1. In a medium bowl, smash the blackberries with a fork.
  2. In a separate medium bowl, whisk together the yogurt, honey, lemon and salt.
  3. When ready to serve, spoon the blackberry mixture into the center of the yogurt then gently fold the blackberries into the yogurt. Don't completely combine the two.
  4. Serve with Smartfood Cinnamon Brown Sugar Multigrain Popped Chips or fresh fruit

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  1. Sarah L

    I’d use it as a fruit dip. I bet it’s good with apple slices.

  2. Gianna

    Those blackberries look so delicious! I haven’t had any at all this year.

  3. Sandy Cain

    Blackberries! My all-time favorite fruit. I don’t buy any other kind of jam (for myself, anyway), and I love blackberries in any way, shape or form. This sounds FABULOUS. Guess what I’m having for desert tonight? Connie, you’ve done it again. (Think I’ll spoon it over 1/2 a cantaloupe and just go to town!

    • Connie

      On a cantaloupe? Interesting. Let me know how you like it.

  4. Jesselyn A/Jesstinger

    First off – we just tried the Brown Rice Triscuits over this Holiday weekend (the one with the Red Beans) and they were SO good that my Honey/Hubby almost ate the whole box before I have a chance to do anything with them or serve with any dip or spread.

    The next time I buy some I WILL try this tempting recipe.

    As for reinventing classic recipes – that’s pretty much a way of life for me – or the basis of all my cooking and food preparation!

    First I always try to element any unnecessary and unhealthy ingredients, reduce the fat and sodium and wherever possible replace empty carbs with whole grains.

    And then I pretty much always like to tweak and enhance the flavors with additions like Feta, chopped nuts (or roasted sunflower seeds) a few sliced or chopped olives, grape or sundried tomatoes, a splash of balsamc, or dry sherry – or even just a squeeze of lemon.

    We grow fresh herbs year ’round and they really make meals shine!


  5. Karen Glatt

    This is a healthy and delicious Yogurt dip to have in the summer when it is hot outside. I like greek yogurt and I know that I will love this easy recipe to make.

    • Connie

      Super easy to make and it would be delicious just as a yogurt or with additional fresh fruit too!

  6. This sounds sounds so delicious and quite refreshing. I will have to try this soon, I love that Greek yogurt has so much protein in it.

    • Connie

      A LOT of protein and so delicious!