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Spicy Chili-Lime Yogurt Dip & Giveaway


Did you know that November is Diabetes Awareness Month?  I honestly had no idea.  I am embarrassed to say that, but I just didn’t know.  I have been very fortunate to not have diabetes touch my life, or anyone close to me.  I recently met someone who has it, but he manages it very quietly, so you would never know.  My friend Carolyn, from All Day I Dream About Food is my closest real connection to diabetes.  She is constantly in the kitchen doing amazing things, making over the most decadent dish to make it diabetic friendly.

Today many of us are getting together to help spread the word about Diabetes.  Did you know that 25.8 million people (adults and children) in the United States have diabetes. In 2010, 1.9 million new cases of diabetes were diagnosed in people 20 years of age and under.  It is a wide spread disease that can affect anyone.

Today Carolyn challenged us to share a recipe that was gluten free, lower in carbs, and didn’t use any type of sugar.  I came up with this Greek yogurt dip.  It is a little spicy, and you can never go wrong with chili and lime together.  Serve with veggies, or your favorite gluten free crackers for a super healthy snack.  You can easily serve this at any party, and no one will ever know that you are serving something healthy!

Diabetes


Spicy Chili-Lime Yogurt Dip & Giveaway
 
Serves: 8
Prep time:
Total time:
 
A healthy chili-lime Greek yogurt dip with a kick.
Ingredients
  • 1 cup plain Greek yogurt (I used nonfat)
  • 2 tsp chili powder
  • ½ tsp Worcestershire sauce
  • ¼ tsp black pepper
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 1 jalapeno, chopped (seeded for less heat)
  • ½ lime, juiced
Instructions
  1. Combine all the ingredients in a small bowl, and mix until well combined.
Notes

 

Now for the Giveaway! 
Over at Carolyn’s site, Swerve is sponsoring a Kitchen Aid mixer giveaway.  So make sure you go there to enter.
I am giving away a Swerve gift  pack.  Swerve is an all natural, zero calorie sweetener.  Swerve does not affect blood glucose or insulin level, so it is safe for diabetics.
The gift pack includes:
– 1 pound Swerve Confectioners Style Sweetener
– 1 pound Swerve Granulated Style Sweetener
– Swerve spatulas
– Swerve measuring spoons
– Swerve dough scraper
– Swerve measuring cup
– Candles
– Muffing liners
– Swerve lunch box
To enter:
Mandatory
Leave a Comment; tell me what you would make first if you won
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Sign up for email or follow RSS feed
That is a total of 7 entries!
Open to U.S. residents only.  The giveaway will be open from 11/14 to 11/20.  I will draw and announce a winner on 11/21.

 

 

 

Comments

  1. Just making my way through all the sites that are participating in Carolyn’s World Diabetes Day awareness campaign & wanted to say hello & thx (I’m a type 2, btw) :-)

  2. I would probably try my pound cake recipe using the Swerve & made into little mini-muffins for my kiddos!

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  4. I would make the grain free sugar free orange creamsicle cupcakes I’ve been wanting to try!

  5. The muffin liners just call out for making muffins. I’d make orange-cranberry ones.

  6. With the holidays coming up I would be making a healthier version of a pumpkin pie using swerve. Would love to try it!

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  8. I would make cupcakes first :)

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  15. I am so glad to see you be a part of the WDD! Great recipe, I love dips. They are super hard to resist.

  16. I’d make a version of Black Forest Cake for my diabetic uncle. He loves it but never eats it because of his diabetes.

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  21. I would make more Christmas cookies!

  22. I love this, Erin! I use Greek yogurt for dips almost always. Love the flavors in this too!

  23. Totally want to make this for Thanksgiving, dip with veggies!!

    Thanks and I would love to win some much needed Swerve. I plan to make a birthday cake for my son.

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  27. I would make a pound cake.

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  29. Looks good with the Greek yogurt- great idea for a healthy dip;-)

  30. I would use my Swerve to make my Blueberry Yam Walnut crusted Pie. I have several diabetics in the family. This is a great giveaway Thank You!
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  37. I would make a cheesecake! Yummy!

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  44. I’d probably make cookies.

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  51. I have a bag of kettle chips that would go swimmingly with this dip! Yum!!

  52. This dip sounds perfect for veggies! I love the chili and lime!

  53. stylefriendly says:

    I would make brownies.

  54. What a delightful dip…love the flavors!
    Great information and cause to help in the fight against diabetes. I do a walk locally every year for children diabetes and am always shocked at the seemingly growing statistics.

  55. This dip looks fabulous, Erin! Love the spice and that you made it with Greek yogurt! I really want to try Swerve for cookies!

  56. i love this dip. I use Greek yogurt in lots of dips and even in some spreads and yours sounds delish! great with some veggies

  57. I’d love to try to make a healthier version of Snowball cookies using Swerve. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  63. making home made dips is so much fun and they taste soooo fresh!
    and i am all for spice… the spicier, the better…lol ;)

  64. Wonderful diabetic recipe! It’s a great way to get my kids to eat their veggies too. :)

  65. I love chili and lime together too. Great idea to make a dip featuring Greek yogurt. Yum!

  66. Catherine H. says:

    I would make Carolyn’s chocolate peppermint crunch cake for my son’s upcoming 4th birthday.

  67. Catherine H. says:

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  68. Catherine H. says:

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  69. Catherine H. says:

    BTW, the link to your recipe on ADIDAF seems to be broken–I had to search the website to get here. I love spicy!

  70. I would make vanilla muffins first

  71. I would make pumpkin mini muffins for Thanksgiving!

  72. I’d make cinnamon buns!

  73. I would make cupcakes.

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  75. Great post and the dip looks delicious! My hubby is a type one diabetic so I am very familiar and it would be wonderful to find a cure. Thank you for bringing awareness to everyone.

  76. Jodi Calhoun says:

    I’ve never seen Swerve in the store. I would dearly like to make vegan chocolate cupcakes using Swerve.

  77. If I won, the first thing I would make is cheesecake! Pumpkin swirl cheesecake :) Thank you for supporting Diabetes Awareness

  78. I’m following you on facebook :)

  79. Already following Swerve on facebook :)

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  83. I would make a healthier version of pumpkin cake using Swerve sweetner. Thanks for the Dip recipe. I will be making it soon.

  84. Sandy Burge says:

    Pumpkin cheesecake for Thanksgiving dessert.

  85. I would make cookies.

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  91. This dip is awful! I should have went to the original site (which I didn’t notice until after) for the recipe. The only change that this recipe has is the amount of yogurt and its half which makes the amount of chili powder WAY too much, very upset I wasted so much yogurt, which isn’t cheap!

    • I am sorry the dip didn’t work out for you. We liked the flavor and the heat the chili powder gave it.

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