Greek Dip

Do you ever overbook your schedule?  Do you ever volunteer for too many things?  Do you ever feel like you should be paying someone to keep you organized?  Do you ever sign up to bring a snack somewhere and realized at the last minute that you have nothing prepared and need to throw something together in 20 minutes?

If  the answer the the questions above is YES, then have no fear, because you are not alone.  Even better, we’ve got you covered with the perfect 20 minute snack the next time you find yourself in a bind!

Not only is our recipe for Greek Dip quick and easy, it is also part of the Tomato Love Recipe Exchange hosted by Gimme Some Oven and Bake Your Day.  This week is all about tomato salsas and dips and is sponsored by Cuisinart  so go check it out for some awesome recipes and chances to win great prizes!  Also, visit Recipes For Change to learn more about how to support tomato farmers in our country.

INGREDIENTS:
-8 oz package cream cheese (reduced fat or fat free is fine)
-2 tsp dried dill weed
-8 oz container of hummus
-1/2 cucumber, chopped
-1 large tomato, chopped
-1/2 red onion, chopped
-4 oz crumbled feta
-Pita chips

Start by placing an 8 oz package of cream cheese in a medium bowl and let it come to room temperature (or zap it in the microwave for 10 seconds if you don’t have time to wait).  Once it is easy to work with, add 2 tsp of dried dill weed and stir until it is well distributed throughout the cream cheese.  Spread the mixture in the bottom of a 9 inch round dish.  Dump the contents of an 8 oz container of hummus over the cream cheese and spread evenly.  Top the hummus with the chopped cucumber, tomato, and red onion.  Finally sprinkle the crumbled feta over the chopped veggies and serve with pita chips.

Quick, easy and also delicious… (tomato) LOVE when that happens!

XOXO,
Tall and Small

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