How Do YOU Dip?

With football season here and get togethers around the corner to watch that pigskin fly across the field, I know that I am gonna have my fair share of chips and dips to be around.

Over the past couple of years, I’ve learned that if I’m gonna eat healthy as often as possible, that means I’m gonna have to sometimes take a healthy appetizer or entree to these football watching get togethers.

I recently tried Chobani’s Meze Dips and I think that I have found that dip that I can take over to my in-laws or to my friends house so that I don’t completely ruin all the hard work that I put in at the gym throughout the week. 

With the recent 21 Day Superhero Challenge that I finished, I had some great ideas on what to use to scoop up that dip too. 

***These dips are not challenge approved because they have evaporated cane juice in them but it doesn’t mean that I won’t have them on occasion. Ya know, instead of fake cheese or weird fake dips with a ton of ingredients I can’t pronounce in them***

These Chobani Meze Dips are REALLY good! At first, I wasn’t sure that I would like them because I’m not a HUGE fan of Greek Yogurt but oh my goodness, they are so flavorful! They are also made with all natural ingredients and are non-GMO. If you look at the list of ingredients, you know what all of them are- and because it’s Greek yogurt, you’ll be #winning with the probiotics too!

They come in four flavors: 

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I can’t even say that I have a favorite one because I really loved all four of them! My favorite things to dip with are cucumbers and plantain chips! I love them both because they don’t impart any specific flavor to the dip so I get to experience the taste of the dip itself. 

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Of course, there’s all the options of many other vegetables to use to dip like, peppers, broccoli, cauliflower, tomatoes, and the list could go on and on and on. You get the picture! 

Tell me, how do YOU dip?

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~Mrs Galvan~

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