Looking for an easy and fast healthy delicious blue cheese dressing recipe? This homemade blue cheese dressing made with greek yogurt is simply the best! Only 4 ingredients! It makes a perfect dip as well.
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What blue cheese should I buy?
You can use really any blue cheese. Originally I used Treasure Cave Blue Cheese Crumbles and Salemville Amish Blue Cheese because the crumbles were easier. However I realized, the better blue cheese you buy, the better the taste. Some of my favorites are: Point Reyes Original Blue Cheese wedge, and Gorgonzola Blue Cheese.
What nonfat Greek yogurt works best?
My favorite nonfat Greek yogurt brands are Chobani and Fage. I find that some of the other non-fat Greek yogurts are chalky tasting so try a different one if you’re not happy with the texture.
What is my absolute favorite blue cheese for this dressing?
One day I was at Costco and they were out of the blue cheese I normally buy. I decided to try Cambozola which is a German Triple Cream Blue Cheese. OMG! Wow! It’s super expensive anywhere else but Costco had it for a great price and it’s my absolute favorite now. It’s super easy to mash the cheese into the yogurt and imparts such a nice creamy texture. Any other blue cheese will work, but if you want something special, try this one!
My favorite use for this dressing is actually using it as a dip. I love to dip the Snack Factory Pretzel Crisps into this dip. Only 3 points if you’re on the Green plan for 11 pretzels and 1 for the dip. It makes a very filling snack! You can also dip carrot chips, snap or sugar peas, peppers, cucumbers, etc
Use it as a spread for sandwiches and wraps!
This dressing (made thicker as a dip) makes a great spread for sandwiches and wraps with chicken, beef, turkey or veggies.
1–2 tablespoons of 2 % or skim milk if you want it thinner (optional)
Mix all ingredients together in a small bowl with a fork mashing the blue cheese into the yogurt. Keeps for about a week. I like mine thick but you can thin it with a bit of milk if you want it thinner.