This delicious, bright vegetable dip is simple to make, coming together in just a few minutes. Green pea dip is made with lots of seasonal vegetables! With its sweet and tangy flavor, it’s perfect for any Springtime brunch.
Why You Will Love This Recipe
- A vibrant green dip made with only SIX ingredients.
- Packed with lots of veggies for a vegetable dip recipe that’s perfect for parties, snacks, and more!
All you need are a handful of simple ingredients to make this healthy dip in just minutes. Here’s what you need to pick up at the grocery store:
Green peas: You can use fresh peas when they’re available but this green pea dip can also be made with frozen peas. Simply thaw them in cool water.
Greek yogurt: Use plain, unsweetened Greek-style yogurt for a thicker consistency.
Cheese: The combination of feta and parmesan cheese adds perfect flavor to this healthy veggie dip.
Olive oil: The bright herb citrus flavor of extra virgin olive oil works perfectly in this recipe.
Lemon juice: Use freshly squeezed for the best flavor.
How to Make A Homemade Veggie Dip with Peas
- Place the peas, fresh spinach, feta, parmesan, Greek yogurt, olive oil, lemon juice, and a small amount of salt and pepper. Pulse until smooth with little chunks.
- Serve up this cold dip with your favorite dippers.
How to Serve Healthy Veggie Dip with Peas
This dip is perfect for your next family gathering or small get-together! But you can also use it as your meal prep for healthy snacks during the week or to use in meals.
- Crudité Platter: I serve this dip on a crudité platter of various veggies like cucumbers, carrots, and radishes, creating a colorful and inviting spread.
- Make it into a Crostini: Spread the pea puree on top of toasted multi-grain bread with some white sharp cheddar. So scrumptious!
- Add it to your favorite small charcuterie board for gatherings and parties.
- Use it as a sandwich or wrap filing for quick and easy lunches!
- Serve it up with other dips such as Loaded Mediterranean Hummus Dip or Beetroot Hummus Without Tahini.
- Green pea dip goes great with a variety of breads and crackers. Try this homemade healthy cracker recipe or some toasted Kamut Tortillas.
Expert Tips and FAQs
- Store green pea dip in an airtight container in the fridge for up to four days.
- Use fresh or frozen peas!! They are both nutritious options.
Pulse the food processor rather than puree. You want to leave it slightly chunky.
If you are looking for other appetizer options, let me share a few I love.
Simple Spring Pea Dip
- 1 cup fresh peas You can also use frozen peas, just be sure to thaw them in cool water and drain first.
- 2 tablespoons plain Greek yogurt
- 3 tablespoons feta cheese reserve some for topping
- 2 teaspoons parmesan cheese
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- salt and pepper to taste.
- Blend all in the food processor. Add salt and pepper to taste. It is a sweet dip, so don't over-salt. A little is needed though.
- Top with a little more feta.
- I love to serve this on a crudite platter with plenty of veggies and a favorite whole grain bread or cracker and sharp cheddar.