Vegan Dill Dip

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Looking for an easy vegan dill dip? Try this three-ingredient homemade dill dip featuring coconut yogurt and garlic for a tasty snack that is dairy and gluten-free.

Creamy Vegan Dill Dip on a white plate with gluten-free chips and a checkered brown and white towel | The Radiant Root

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Benefits of This Vegan Dill Dip

This vegan dill dip is dairy, egg, and gluten-free. It is also super easy, contains just 3 ingredients, and can be made in under 20 minutes.

It contains fresh spices, dill, and garlic which taste great and create a healthy dill dip.

Does Dill Dip Contain Dairy?

It depends on the dip. Traditional dill dip recipes will contain plain yogurt or sour cream. Since I have trouble when I have too much dairy I’ve been trying to wean it from my diet. 

In my search, I’ve been trying to find dairy-free substitutes and easy vegan recipes to add to my meal plans.

So for this recipe in place of a traditional dairy dip base, I am using plain coconut yogurt. 

This non-dairy yogurt helps create a creamy dill dip recipe that is not only easy but also delicious. 

What is Dill Dip Made of?

This vegan dill dip contains just 3 ingredients:

  • Coconut yogurt
  • 2 tablespoons fresh dill chopped
  • 3 garlic cloves peeled and pressed

I like to use Cocojune* coconut yogurt as a vegan sour cream substitute. This yogurt has no added sugar and just consists of coconut cream.

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Vegan Dill Dip Ingredients Coconut yogurt, Fresh peeled and chopped garlic, and fresh chopped dill in three small glass bowls on a wooden table | The Radiant Root

How To Make Dill Dip*

Here are the steps on how to make this easy vegan dip. 

Gather your ingredients. You want to then rinse off the dill and pat dry. 

Next, you will chop the dill into small pieces and measure out 2 tablespoons and set it aside. Then use a garlic peeler to peel the fresh garlic cloves. Then dice each clove into small pieces

If you want to save time you can alternatively use a garlic press and use mashed garlic instead.

After the garlic and dill are ready you can compile the ingredients together to make the dip. 

In a medium mixing bowl place the coconut yogurt. Then top with dill.

Two glass bowls on a wooden table. The one on the left has coconut yogurt in it and the one on the right has coconut yogurt and fresh chopped dill on top | Dill Dip Recipe | The Radiant Root

Add garlic, and mix together until well blended. 

two glass bowls on the left there with coconut yogurt, dill, and garlic, the bowl on the right is all the ingredients blended together | recipes for dill dip| The Radiant Root

For best results be sure to chill the dip for 30 minutes to an hour before serving.

If you want to save time chopping the dill you can use a spice grinder instead to make this vegan dip sauce.

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What Do You Eat with Dill Dip? 

This dill dip goes great with your favorite gluten-free pretzels or chips. If you want a boost of nutrients, pair it with carrots, cucumbers, and broccoli for a great healthy veggie dip.

This recipe can be used in various meal plans. In addition to working as a  dipping sauce, it can be used as a dressing in your favorite salad recipes. 

Want to make your proteins taste pop? This vegan chip dip can double as a vegan dill sauce. Put it on your veggie burgers and sandwiches.

This dill dip recipe can also be a nice dipping sauce for chicken wings.

How to Store Dill Dip*

If you have any dip leftover you can place it in a sealable airtight container. Keep it in the refrigerator for up to 7 days.

When in the fridge it may separate and need to be stirred together before serving.

If you have extra dill leftover you can put it in a covered container and keep up to three days in the refrigerator.

Variations and Substitutions for this Vegan Dill Dip Recipe*

If you do not have any fresh garlic you can substitute a garlic powder. One clove of fresh garlic is about ¼ teaspoon of granulated garlic powder. So if you want to use ¾ tsp garlic powder

This dip recipe can also be used as a salad dressing. If you like it to be less creamy you can add a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and a teaspoon of lemon juice then mix to make a lemon dill dip.

If you cannot find Cocojune you can also try another plain non-dairy yogurt like cashew or almond yogurt. 

Don’t have fresh dill? No problem! You can use dried dill. Dried dill is more concentrated than fresh so you won’t need to use it as much. For this particular recipe, you will need just 2 teaspoons of dried dill.

Another tasty variation is making a dill cucumber dip. All you need to do is add chopped cucumber and you’ve got a cucumber dill dip.

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Equipment Used in this Vegan Dill Dip Recipe*

Here is a list of the equipment used in this recipe

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Vegan Dill Dip on a white plate with gluten-free chips and a checkered brown and white towel | The Radiant Root

Vegan Dill Dip

Print Recipe
Unlike most recipes for dill dip this vegan veggie dip contains just 3 ingredients. It can be made in a pinch and is a great addition to your favorite veggies or proteins.
Course Appetizer, dressing, Marinade, sauce, Side Dish
Cuisine AIP, dairy-free, gluten-free, night shade free, no added sugar, paleo, sugar free
Keyword 10 minute snack, AIP, dairy-free, dip, gluten-free, nut free, paleo, vegan, vegetarian
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 5 mins
Servings 1
Calories 7

Ingredients

  • 2 tbsp fresh dill weed
  • 1/2 cup plain coconut yogurt
  • 2 garlic cloves peeled and pressed

Instructions

  • Rinse the fresh dill and pat dry.
  • Remove the stems and chop the dill into one-inch pieces.
  • Measure out 2 tablespoons and set aside. The rest can be placed in a sealable container and placed in the fridge for up to three days.
  • Peel the garlic cloves and chop them into small pieces and place aside.
  • In a small mixing bowl place the coconut yogurt, dill, and garlic.
  • Mix together until well blended.
  • For best results be sure to chill the dip for 30 minutes to an hour before serving.

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Notes

In place of coconut yogurt, you can use plain yogurt or another non-dairy yogurt.
If you don’t have fresh garlic or dill you can definitely substitute dried spices. Use the following instead:
For dried dill use just 2 teaspoons.
Use ¾ tsp garlic powder in place of fresh garlic.
After being in the fridge the dip may separate so you might need to stir it back together before serving.
*Per serving nutritional information is estimated using Nutrifox nutrition label maker*
 
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