Whether you’re in charge of bringing a dip to the Super Bowl party or you’re just looking for a new recipe to try for your next get-together, you don’t have to sacrifice your weight loss goals just to have a delicious snack.
Even though party dips can be full of fat and added sugar, there are plenty of recipes you can try that taste great and help you manage your weight.
If you’re looking for a healthy new dip recipe, we’ve got you covered! And for more healthy cooking ideas, check out 100 Easiest Recipes You Can Make.
French Onion Dip
French onion dip is notoriously full of fat calories, but this recipe is different! This dip uses low-fat Greek yogurt and whipped cream cheese, which significantly cuts your fat calories down.
Get our recipe for French Onion Dip.
Healthy 7-Layer Dip
This dip has seven layers of healthy, delicious ingredients. This party dip is also high in protein, with ingredients like black beans, Greek yogurt, and ground turkey, which makes it perfect for helping you reach your weight loss goals.
Get our recipe for 7-Layer Dip.
This hummus recipe is easy to make and contains high-fiber chickpeas, which have been known to help with weight management and glucose control.
Get our recipe for Avocado Hummus.
This 5-ingredient salsa is fresh, delicious, and the perfect low-calorie snack. Enjoy this salsa with your favorite healthy tortilla chips and you’ll have yourself a great weight loss snack.
Get our recipe for Salsa.
Guacamole is not only a crowd-favorite, but it’s healthy, too! In fact, a recent study from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign found that women who ate avocado on a daily basis experienced a higher rate of visceral fat loss.
Get our recipe for Guacamole.
Chocolate-Chip Cookie Dip
You don’t have to sacrifice chocolate-chip cookie dough in order to lose weight. With this recipe, you’ll get the delicious sweetness of chocolate and peanut butter, as well as protein from the greek yogurt. And all of this will help keep your added sugar levels low.
Get our recipe for Chocolate-Chip Cookie Dip.
Spinach Artichoke Dip
When you think of spinach artichoke dip, your mind possibly goes straight to all the added calories from fat. However, this recipe keeps the calories at bay with very small amounts of olive oil mayo, cream cheese, and butter.
Get our recipe for Artichoke Dip.