Tomato Italian Veggie Dip

Being a heavy snacker, I’m always looking for new dips that I can try that give my veggies a little extra kick.

The recipe I’m sharing today is SUPER easy to make and has just three ingredients.  I tried it for the first time when Kimberly brought it to our Team Bev tutu making party with a beautiful plate of veggies, and I’ve made it a few times since!

Kim and I at Jodi’s Race this year!

Kim’s grandmother is the inventor of this recipe, and Kim swears by it as a way to get her kids to reach for veggies instead of chips.  I’m happy to confirm, it works on adults too!

The combination of ingredients may sound a little strange, but it all comes together in the most fabulous way… and it’s a nice variation to my lightened up Ranch dip or even my Roasted Red Pepper dip I love so much.  This one is in my standard rotation now… so good!  Thanks for the introduction, Kimberly!

Tomato Italian Veggie Dip

From Kim’s Grandmother


1 package reduced fat cream cheese

1 packet Good Seasons Italian dressing mix

1 8 oz. can tomato sauce


1.  Combine all ingredients in a small bowl.

2.  Mix with a hand mixer, until combined well.

3.  Chop your favorite veggies and dip away!

Per 2 Tbsp. prepared dip:

CAL 49; CARB 2g; FAT 3g; PROT 1g; FIB 0g; WW Points Plus: 1

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  1. Kim says:

    Looks like a super great dip – love the fact that there are only 3 ingredients. Thanks for sharing!!

  2. Sara says:

    Have to admit, it does sound strange but I will definitely give it a try. Sometime my carrot sticks just need a little help!

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