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    Greek Yogurt Onion Dip : Food Network

    Use Greek yogurt for a healthier spin on beloved onion dip. This version incorporates shallots and chives, and it can be served with sliced vegetables or low-salt pretzels or pita chips.
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      Five Layer Mexican Dip from Healthier version of a layer dip. Excellent and refreshing for summer.

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      Five Layer Mexican Dip Recipe : Ellie Krieger : Food Network -

    • Amy Borgmeyer

      Five Layer Mexican Dip : Recipes : Cooking Channel With a homemade black bean dip instead of refried beans.

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