Greek Yogurt Spicy Corn Dip is a simple and quick, make-ahead appetizer! Creamy greek yogurt mixed with crisp corn, cheddar cheese and a bit of spice is ideal for the big game or a BBQ!
Do you ever get sucked into TV shows? Sadly, I have never been the TV junkie. Okay, that was sort of a lie. I get completely engulfed in all of the real housewives series and The Bachelor.
Should I have kept that to myself?
But I feel redemption coming on. As in, ‘This Is Us”. Oh, my word. As in I have no words. I first saw a quick cover about it on a morning news show, probably Good Morning America, because those are my peeps in the morning. When I have Mickey blaring from Aiden’s playroom, I feel like GMA is my attachment to the real world.
Back to This Is Us. The realness of the show. The drama. It all sucks me in! And how they flash back and forth between the 70’s and the present day. And seeing the story twist and turn just keeps me coming back for more! And don’t get me started ont he last episode! Talk about a tear jerker…featuring the beloved Dr that delivered the three babies. It is the show that I literally count down each day until I get sucked back into another world!
Until I can run away to another world, I am getting sucked into this Greek Yogurt Spicy Corn Dip!
Last Mother’s Day…or maybe the one before that? Thank you, baby and mom brain for my pathetic memory now. Either way, in the past year, I have made this dip countless times. Why you might ask. Because it is so flipping good!
Do I even need to tell you anything more and why you must make this dip for Super Bowl? If you need a bit of convincing, this spicy corn dip is creamy, slightly sweet and brings some heat. It can be made ahead of time which is essential for party planning!
If you aren’t a fan of cold dips, this may change your mind. In addition, I love raw corn; it remains crisp and slightly sweet which adds another element of texture. During the summer, I love finding new ways to enjoy it. Such as salads! Cut fresh corn off the kernel then toss over a salad with avocado, bacon, and a ranch dressing. Oh yes. Winning!
So when Mother’s Day rolled around and we were having a BBQ for it, I resorted to recipes that I shine it…easy, no bake and make ahead recipes. I sorted through my pantry and started gathering some family favorite flavors…green chiles, greek yogurt, fresh corn, and cheese. I tossed it all together and then served it with salty tortilla chips. Right then and there, this dip was declared to be made every BBQ. And I am okay with that.
With Super Bowl around the corner, I am finding entertaining easier by choosing to do my shopping at Save-A-Lot! I am saving money with shopping and saving time with this fiesta corn dip! What I enjoy about Save-A-Lot is how they respect their customers by keeping prices low, like 40% lower than conventional stores. Which is huge for a mom trying to be friendly wallet while shopping. They are proud to offer fresh cut meat in-store, quality fresh produce, and their own exclusive brands at every day low prices. And I have to mention how attentive and friendly their staff is!
Make sure to find the closest store near you to pick up Super Bowl necessities.
Giveaway is now Closed
Now for the giveaway! I am excited to give away TWO (2) $25 Save-A-Lot gift cards to two awesome readers! Simply comment and tell me the Super Bowl dish you are most excited to make this year! Giveaway closes January 29th, 2017 at 11:59 pm. Open to only US residents.
meal prep tips:
this cold spicy corn dip is the ideal appetizer to make for a get-together! The flavors meld as it chills in the fridge.
if you are meal prepping and are making this dip another day, measure the corn out, slice the green onions and even pre-measure your cheddar cheese and store all in sealed containers. Then when you go to make this greek yogurt corn dip, it will come together very quickly!
If you make this recipe, make sure to snap a photo and hashtag it #WITHSALTANDWIT. I’d love to see what you are cooking up in your kitchen!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Save-A-Lot. The opinions and text are all mine.