Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Opadipity Greek Yogurt Dips from Litehouse

I was given the opportunity to try out some of the new Greek yogurt-based dips from Litehouse a while back. While our family are generally not "creamy" dip fans (we'll take salsa over ranch), the meat-eaters do love the occasional Greek-inspired meal of marinated chicken or pork souvlaki with rice and tzatziki, or Greek salad, potatoes and pita bread with the same cool, cucumber-dill dip. With the Opadipity "Cucumber Dill" product, it made prepping for family BBQs a little less hectic (no need to grate cucumbers and mince garlic), and we even discovered a new topping for our burgers! Spread onto foccacia or pita bread, the Cucumber Dill Dip was delicious, especially with turkey and salmon burgers, and with only 50 calories per two-tablespoon serving (as opposed to mayonnaise, which has 200 calories for the same amount!) it's a lighter, more flavourful way to jazz up summer eating. 

While I can't speak for the other flavours (like I said, we're not a huge fan of "ranch" dressings, nor are we huge spinach dip people), the Cucumber Dill is definitely a winner and I recommend it!

Here's the official press release -  
 

Skinny Dip This Summer: Litehouse Launches New 
Opadipity Greek Yogurt Dips
Expanding the Consumer Favorite OPA Line, Litehouse Gives Consumers a New Way to Enjoy Big Flavor with Fewer Calories

 
Sandpoint, Idaho –  The combination of Greek Yogurt and savory flavors for a creamy, delicious and better-for-you dip seems like serendipity – but it didn’t happen by chance – it happened by Opadipity. Litehouse® Foods, the nation’s premier salad dressing, dip, herb and cheese company, is expanding last year’s sensation, OPA! Greek Yogurt Dressing, into a new category with the launch of Opadipity Greek Yogurt Dips to give consumers even more ways to enjoy the delicious flavors Litehouse is known for combined with the low calorie creaminess of Greek yogurt.

“Opadipity is right in line with several trends: consumers are seeking Greek yogurt and products that include it as an ingredient, they are snacking at a higher rate than ever before and are looking for healthier options,” said Jake Oliver, Assistant Brand Manager, Litehouse Foods. “Opadipity delivers a better-for-you snack that is delicious, convenient and can be used in a myriad of ways.”

The exploding growth of Greek yogurt, coupled with the success of OPA sets the stage (or should we say table), for Opadipity, which uses Greek yogurt as a base, allowing for a thick, creamy consistency with fewer calories and more protein. The dips are also gluten-free with no preservatives or MSG. 

They come in four mouth-watering and crowd-pleasing flavors:

About Litehouse Foods                                                                                                                                 
Litehouse started in the Hope, Idaho restaurant of the Hawkins family over 50 years ago. Since that time, it has become the leader in refrigerated salad dressings, veggie dips, sauces, instantly fresh herbs, blue cheese, caramel dips, fruit dips, glazes and fresh pressed apple cider, manufacturing these delicious products at its three U.S. facilities based in Michigan, Utah and Idaho. Litehouse has been an employee-owned company since 2006, and each one of the employee/owners is proud to carry on the high standards of quality and innovation, living up to the slogan… Because Taste Matters.

For more information, visit www.LitehouseFoods.com.


I was given samples of the Opadipity Cucumber Dill Dip from Litehouse for purposes of testing and review. All opinions expressed above the press release are my own and I did not receive any monetary compensation for this review.