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Healthy Weight Loss Recipe For Women

Today I sat outside in beautiful Tampa, Florida craving cheese. I searched my fridge to find some feta that I used in a salad a few days ago. I whipped up this healthy recipe and wanted to share with you because it is sooo good. Don’t have this everyday but once in a while is totally acceptable. This snack is great for veggie dip or take with you to a party. It is high in protein which rocks and low in fat.

Feta and Greek Yogurt Dip


What You Need

  • 16oz greek yogurt (plain, non-fat)
  • 3/4 cup crumbled feta (raw milk organic feta is best)
  • 1 medium cucumber diced and squeezed dry with a paper towel
  • 2 tbsp chives
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 tbsp of fresh lime juice


  1. Mix all ingredients together and cover.
  2. Cool for at least 1 hour before serving.


(per tbsp)
Calories 22,
Fat 1g,
Saturated Fat 1g,
Sodium 59mg,
Carbohydrate 1g,
Sugars 1g,
Protein 2g


I thought of using 1 tbsp of dill but didn’t have it. If you use dill for your recipe please tell let me know how it was.
Read why protein is essential for weight loss and why greek yogurt is a great protein source in 5 Best Protein Sources For A Flat Stomach

Join the discussion 25 Comments

  • Anna says:

    This sounds like a yummy vegetable dip, Thanks!

  • Daisy says:

    sounds lovely !!

  • Sandra says:

    you have given me feta cravings !!!!!!! wlll have to go grab some from the supermarket at lunch time

  • Judy says:

    Thanks for the recipe. I am looking forward to giving it a try soon.

  • Italia says:

    Thanks Flavia. This is a great option to alot of the store bought dips.

  • Jenne says:

    I make one very similar however the feta is a great idea!

  • Dana says:

    I recently tried greek yogurt and truvia/stevia at your recommendations and I love them both for the taste and health benefits over the foods they replaced. Thank you so much and I can’t wait to try this simple dip 🙂 Dill sounds like a great addition.

  • Dianne says:

    The addition of dill is very yummy…i do it all the time….I’m greek so this is how we make tzatziki dip….except I use lemon juice, and no chives…could use a little fresh parsley….great for veggies, on top of pasture raised lamb burgers, on top of a salad….yumm!

  • Monica says:

    I would imagine that this dip is also refreshing. I will certainly try it, also as a dressing on salads.

    Thank you Flavia & enjoy your trip to Tampa.

  • Rita says:

    if you make this without adding the cucumber you can use it on a dressing for cucumber salad – works out wonderfully

  • Flavia says:

    Thanks Ladies!

  • Colleen Brownsey says:

    this is a great recipe, cant wait to try it. im adding this to my meal menu (that is now attached to my fridge). im officially starting the full body flavilicious workouts and eating in a week and a half and im getting very excited, motivated, inspired and organised!!!!

  • Louise Helene says:

    Omg, it sounds sooo yummy!

    I’m going to make it today, can’t wait to taste it 😀

  • valerie says:

    Flavia, I just found your site, and I am LOVING all the information you are giving. I definately want to try your program. Just wondering how you feel about extremely low carb diets that put your body in ketosis. How many carbs is too much and how much it too little? I eat five to six times a day and every meal is high protein. I can easily go a day under 30 carbs. What do you think?

    • Flavia says:

      That type of diet is effective but I would only do it for a few weeks. You need to have high carb days every 4 days at 1.5x your body weight. I don’t endorse this type of diet as the rebound is high, you may not be recovering properly from your workouts and you may be lacking nutrients. Make sure you aren’t counting your veggies as carbs..never take these out. I would rather you stick to a diet that has carbs only after a workout instead of carb cycling.

  • valerie says:

    I am currently losing weight doing this. I would like to lose about five more pounds, then ad 10 or so more carbs post workout…

  • Louise Helene says:

    I just tasted the recipe, and it’s delicious! I really loove tatziki too, so this is diffently a new favourite ! 😀 ..

  • Leonie says:

    Hi Flavia from the UK.
    I just wanted to let you know and all your UK fans that we now have stevia in UK stores
    Brand name here is Truvia – I’m looking forward to trying it out.
    Loving your work girl … Keep up the good work and hope you look smoking in your upcoming shoot!
    Love you long time
    L x

  • ignatia monteiro says:

    i have not yet tried out yr recipe. will post a comment when i do so. iggy

  • Dali Rusia says:

    Great recipe Flavia. I can’t eat rqw vegetable without a dip but was avoiding dips because of extra calories and chemicals. If you have any other veggie dip recepies acceptable while dieting it would be very helpful

  • lamb recipes says:

    Well done to you, hope more achievement to you. If you are actually conscious about your health and want to keep yourself fit and healthy than keep in mind that good health absolutely begins from a healthy mouth.

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