Entertaining for Labor Day Weekend

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Since our kids have already been back in school for almost a month, we’ll be sticking close to home this Labor Day weekend.

We’re also entertaining friends who are coming up to visit us from Savannah, and since it’s still summer weather (and temperatures!) here in North Carolina, I’m sure we’ll fire up the grill.

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Fajitas on the grill are always one of my favorite meals when we’re entertaining.  Everyone loves them and they’re so easy and flavorful.
In addition to the usual chicken, steak, and grilled peppers and onions, I set up a fixings bar so that everyone can add additional toppings according to taste–our favorites are guacamole or sliced avocados, jalapeños, chopped tomatoes, shredded cheese, and sour cream.

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The folks at Chobani asked us to try and review their new Meze Dips, and since the whole family eats quite a bit of their Greek yogurt already, I knew this would be a great fit for us.

Chobani Meze Dips are Greek yogurt blended with real veggies, herbs and spices. We decided to try the Chili Lime flavor on our fajitas instead of sour cream, and just as I suspected, it really made a big difference in the taste of the dish.

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We spread a layer of Chili Lime inside our flour tortillas, then garnished and devoured.

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The dips come in a 10-ounce container, so they’re just the right size for snacking and sharing. And as is always the case with Chobani, they use only natural, non-GMO ingredients.

Beyond their great taste, these dips also have 80% less fat and 65% fewer calories than the leading hummus–score!

The four Meze flavors: Chili Lime, Roasted Red Pepper, Three Pepper Salsa, and Smoked Onion and Parmesan.  I picked mine up at our local Harris Teeter, but you can also find them at Target, Meijer, and WalMart.

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Also, I have to mention that I’ve been packing the Roasted Red Pepper dip in my kids’ lunches and they love it.  I put it in one of their reusable snack containers with some crackers, pita chips, and vegetables, and they devour it. Since the kids usually run straight from school to soccer, jobs, and ballet, Meze dips are a great on-the-go snack, too.

I’m going to pick up the other two flavors the next time I’m at the store, but so far, definitely two big thumbs up.  If you like savory dips and spreads, then you’ll definitely want to pop a Chobani Meze dip in your cart the next time you’re at the store.

Have a wonderful holiday weekend, and thanks for stopping by!

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Comments

  1. Yum! Looks good and sounds good. I love fajitas too and I’m sure this dip complimented the other flavors. Have fun this weekend and be safe!

    xo
    Pat

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