Dill Pickle Dip

My husband is a pickle lover.  Actually, my husband is the biggest pickle lover I have ever known to exist.  He eats pickles with everything you can imagine, so when  I came across a pickle dip on Pinterest the other day I thought to myself GLORY HALLELUJIAH, I'M GOING TO GET MY HUSBAND'S CREDIT CARD TO GET MY NEW SPRING WARDROBE!!    And what better time to showcase a dip like this than Super Bowl?  It was a snap to throw together and its looking like I'm going to have to make another batch before we head to our friends' house to watch the game!

If you don't have or can't find greek yogurt, feel free to substitute sour cream.  If you don't have fresh dill on hand, substitute a tablespoon of dried dill.  If you don't have a red onion, but you do have a white or yellow--use it.  The star of this dip is the pickles....and by golly, if you don't have Ruffles potato chips, stop off at 7-Eleven and get some!

While I ended up completely butchering her recipe, I want to thank Buns in My Oven for the supreme inspiration for this dip--my husband really does love me more now than he did before he tasted this dip.  If you haven't seen Karly's blog, you must check it out--she's a woman after my own heart {and mouth}!


12 oz dill pickles {sliced, whole, sandwich wedges--doesn't matter--they'll get chopped up anyway}
1 cup plain greek yogurt {I used non-fat because that's what I had, but any will do}
1/3 cup mayonnaise
4 oz {half a stick} of cream cheese, room temperature
1/3 cup chopped fresh dill
1/2 cup chopped red onion {use more if you like a lot of onion}
dash of salt and pepper


In a large food processor, whip together the yogurt, mayonnaise and cream cheese for about 1 minute.

Coarsely chop pickles, dill and red onion.

Add pickles, dill and onions to the food processor and sprinkle with salt and pepper.

Pulse {quickly and gently} about 15-20 times so that the dip is still slightly chunky, but vegetables are broken down.

Transfer mixture to a serving bowl and allow to chill for at least 30 minutes.  Serve with Ruffles potato chips.

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