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Greek Dip Recipes with Hummus and Tzatziki

Greek Dip Recipes with Hummus and Tzatziki are perfect for a crowd. The healthy flavors appeal to everyone and they are easily put together. No cooking-just layering- and you’ve got a beautiful dip that everyone will love!


Well, I guess it is official.

Now that Mother’s Day and Cinco de Mayo are behind us it’s time to gear up for graduation season and Memorial Day.

Man, May is sure a busy month. Our lives are a bit calmer these days, but I do love remembering the college graduations.

Bittersweet memories that seem so far away, even though it’s just been 5 years.

Wow-they have come a long way and I continue to be so proud of them.

Mother’s Day found us both frolicking in the yard. HAH HAH!

Manservant was busy painting my folly and now is considering an opening on Memorial Day, though he did manage to provide a soft opening for me Sunday night.

Yes, this crazy man managed to send me off at 8PM to pick up dinner at 5 Guys while he quickly showered, and set up a very romantic setting in my new, though unfinished folly.

Complete with candlelight and a newly painted table on a cute new rug with a vintage picnic basket and ice chest filled with ginger beer and mezcal, he set up a delightful little scene.

He even had a fire burning in a new fire pit down below, and a blanket waiting to keep me warm.

Of course it all sounds great except that he was on the phone with his mother during our fast food dinner.

Well, nothing can be perfect-but it was still very good.

He told me about the rest of his vision to finish this she cave off, and I must say it is quite visionary!

Can’t wait to share photos on what I hope will happen very soon…

Greek Dip Recipes with hummus and tzatziki on white platter

As I’m hoping to have a GRAND OPENING on Memorial Day, I thought I would share one of my easy Greek dip recipes that are marvelous for a crowd.

I quickly made this to take to an event and just grabbed a few photos before I left.

It turned out to be popular, so I decided to bestow this layer dip upon you!

No cooking, no recipe set in stone, just a few ingredients that are quite popular right now.

Served with pita chips or flatbread or even more veggies, this dip is not only good for you, it tastes good, too.

Greek dip recipes

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Greek dip recipes

Greek Dip Recipes with Hummus and Tzatziki

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  • Author: Abbe Odenwalder
  • Prep Time: 20 Minutes
  • Total Time: 20 minutes
  • Yield: 10-15 Servings 1x
  • Category: Appetizers
  • Cuisine: Greek


This easy layered dip made with prepared food from the grocery is our little secret. This Greek dip is amazing!


Units Scale

32 oz container of hummus

15 oz can of garbanzos, drained and dried

8 oz container ot tzatziki

Za’atar, Oregano, Dried Thyme, Sumac

European Cucumbers, sliced thin, peeled and quartered

Mini tomatoes, all shapes and sizes, cut, quartered, sliced-however you want

Bermuda onion, finely diced 1/2 to a 1/2 cup

Feta Cheese, crumbled

Pine Nuts, a small handful

Chopped Italian Parsley and Mint

Aleppo Pepper, Urfa Peppers for sprinkling or dried chili flakes

Dressing for drizzling on top:

3 T tahini

4 T olive oil

Optional: artichoke hearts, olives, capers,

1 T lemon juice


On a large platter spread hummus to cover.

Sprinkle with drained garbanzos. Spread with tzatziki. Sprinkle liberally with seasonings. Sprinkle tomatoes around platter. Throw on some cucumbers and Bermuda onion. Sprinkle on the feta. Sprinkle with pine nuts-brown them in oil if you’d like. Give a good dash of pepper on top and chili flakes. Toss on some fresh herbs such as Italian parsley and mint.

Make the tahini, olive oil, lemon juice drizzle by whisking together. Drizzle over top of platter.

You have accomplished your mission. You have now made a crowd of people very happy.

Serve with fresh pita, flatbread or pita chips or more veggies.


The most important thing about this dip is to make it your own. Use what’s in the fridge and add something I may have forgotten.




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Monday 29th of May 2017

How on earth did I miss this!? What a beautiful dip/dinner and that combo of flavor must be absolutely fabulous! Would love to be dipping a wedge of pita in it right now. I'm so hungry.

Anna and Liz Recipes

Saturday 27th of May 2017

THis looks amazing! We love hummus dips and tzatziki too! SO sunny, I made tzatziki sauce for the first time the other day and just posted the recipe today. Have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend! xo Anna and Liz

Sippity Sup

Monday 22nd of May 2017

Layer so deep and delicious I wouldn't mind having to dig myself out! GREG


Monday 22nd of May 2017

Your dip looks yummy. Can't wait to see photos of your brand new folly!

Ritu Ahuja

Sunday 21st of May 2017

Wow!! this looks awesome. Everything is super tempting and delicious. I wish I could have a bite :)