This dip is so good you will want to eat it by the spoonfuls. Dip it, thin it for a salad dressing or add it to your chicken salad.
GOOD FOR YOU FOODS IN THIS RECIPE:
Greek Yogurt – Unsweetened, full fat Greek yogurt is one of the healthiest yogurts that you could add to your diet as a diabetic as it’s very low in sugar and contains a very high amount of protein. Rich in Vitamin D, it is protein-rich and stabilizes blood sugar while soothing inflammation. It also reduces stress on the overall immune system. Pair this with some fresh berries and flaxseeds or sliced almonds for the perfect snack to help control your blood sugar levels. Substitute Greek yogurt for sour cream in all your recipes.
Avocado – One food that’s excellent for the diabetic as it’s a great source of healthy fats that will help to keep blood sugar levels stable after eating a mixed meal with proteins and carbohydrates is the avocado. This food is rich in essential fatty acids, which will help to protect against heart disease and provide anti-inflammatory benefits. Avocados are also loaded in vitamin K and dietary fiber, which is important for keeping your heart healthy and blood clotting properly. This food contains less than two grams of sugar per cup serving and is also ranked low on the glycemic index scale. Add it to salads, on top of sandwiches, or mix it into a dip to serve alongside your favorite raw veggies.
- ½ Avocado
- ½ cup Greek Yogurt
- ½ cup Cilantro
- 1 clove Garlic
- 1 Tbl. Lime Juice
- ¼ tsp. Cumin
- ¼ tsp. Sea Salt
- Place all the ingredients into your food processor or blender. Process until smooth. Presto. It’s ready!
- Serve with sliced zucchini, red bell peppers or your favorite dippers. Or just eat it by the spoonful’s. It’s that good.
- Thin it with a little cream or olive oil and have a creamy salad dressing too.
- Use to dress your chicken salad.
Calories 21 |Fat 2g |Carbs 1g
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