During fall weekends I love enjoying a crisp apple with Marzetti's carmel sauce. On weekends I enjoy making munchies to snack on while we watch football on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. I typically make fattening dips filled with yummy cheese and some kind of meat. One Saturday I was wondering around looking for a dip to make and feeling particularly lazy so I decided to to try something more healthy and refreshing and thus was really excited to give Marzetti's Otria Greek Yogurt Veggie Dip a try. I had seen it in the store before but had never picked it up. There are so many flavors to choose from but I went with the classic Garden Herb Ranch. I grabbed some carrots, celery, cucumbers, and crackers to have with the dip.
When I first opened the dip I could tell that it was going to have a rich flavor because it was thick in texture and did not look watered down like most dips. The dip was creamy and thick and had tiny pieces of carrots mixed throughout. Dave and I enjoyed fresh veggies and the dip for lunch one Saturday and there was still plenty of dip left over for Dave to have some with his buddies during Sunday football and I brought some to work to share with coworkers.
There are many varieties to choose from. What I really liked about Marzetti's Otria dip compared to other dips is this one is only 6o calories a serving, can be used in recipes, or is delicious on its own with a veggie tray.
Dave and his friends really enjoyed the dip and raved about the flavor and since I served it in a holiday dish, they thought I had made it! Points for me! I also brought some of the dip to work and my coworkers wanted to try it. They also enjoyed the rich, creamy flavor.
I am looking forward to trying other Otria dips such as the Salsa Cilantro and the Chipotle Cheese.
Have you tried any dips lately?
I was one of the bloggers selected by T. Marzetti Company and Clever Girls Collective to host a Marzetti Otria Greek Yogurt Veggie Dip review. They provided me with product to test and compensation for my time. However, my opinions are entirely my own.