Whipped Feta Dip

Lusciously creamy, rich, and tangy, this whipped feta dip is always a hit at gatherings. You only need 5 ingredients and 5 minutes to make it!

Whipped feta dip

I love serving this creamy whipped feta dip at parties and gatherings because it always surprises people. It looks like any other creamy white dip, maybe a ranch-y sort of thing made with cream cheese or sour cream. But it tastes like something else entirely. Lemon gives it zing, garlic adds bite, and the feta fills it with a delicious salty tang. Set it out with pita and veggies, and I promise, it’ll disappear in minutes.

Another reason I love this whipped feta dip recipe? It’s SO easy to make. You just need 5 ingredients, 5 minutes, and a food processor. Trust me, you want it in your back pocket!

Crumbed cheese on cutting board next to pita, lemon half on juicer, Greek yogurt, garlic, olive oil, and measuring spoons

Whipped Feta Dip Ingredients

BIG TIP for this recipe: Better feta yields a better feta dip. Instead of buying crumbled feta, which often contains extra ingredients to prevent caking, look for a block of feta cheese. It’ll give the dip a creamier texture and a richer, brinier flavor. It makes such a difference!

Here’s what else you’ll need to make this recipe:

  • Greek yogurt – Whole milk, please! It helps the feta whip into a rich and creamy dip.
  • Extra-virgin olive oil – It smooths the dip and adds fruity depth of flavor.
  • Fresh lemon juice – For brightness.
  • And garlic – For a savory bite.

Find the complete recipe with measurements below.

Creamy feta cheese dip in food processor

Crumble the feta into the food processor and add the yogurt, olive oil, lemon juice, and garlic. Pulse until creamy, season to taste, and serve. That’s it!

Whipped feta dip in bowl with olive oil, Aleppo pepper, and parsley

How to Serve Whipped Feta Dip

I love to serve this whipped feta as part of a mezze platter or charcuterie board with pita bread, pita chips, and/or fresh veggies for dipping. I always dress it up with a few garnishes before setting it out. Here are some of my favorite combinations:

  • A drizzle of olive oil, pinches of Aleppo pepper, and chopped parsley. I love how the yellow, red, and green pop against the white dip.
  • Olive oil and dukkah or za’atar. These spice blends add earthy, aromatic notes to the dip.
  • A swirl of honey, freshly cracked black pepper, and mint. A fun sweet and salty combo!

If you have leftover whipped feta dip, you have plenty of options for using it up.

How do you like to serve whipped feta? Let me know in the comments!

Whipped feta dip recipe

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Whipped Feta Dip

rate this recipe:
5 from 8 votes
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Serves 6
This easy whipped feta dip is creamy, rich, and tangy - perfect for serving with fresh veggies and pita bread. For the best results, seek out a block of feta cheese (NOT pre-crumbled feta) for this recipe.


  • 8 ounces feta cheese, crumbled
  • ¾ cup whole milk Greek yogurt
  • 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for serving
  • 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
  • 1 garlic clove
  • Aleppo pepper or red pepper flakes, for garnish
  • Chopped parsley, for garnish
  • Pita bread, baguette, or fresh veggies, for serving


  • In a food processor, place the feta, yogurt, olive oil, lemon juice, and garlic. Pulse until creamy.
  • Transfer to a serving dish and top with a drizzle of olive oil, pinches of Aleppo pepper, and chopped parsley. Serve as a dip with pita bread, baguette, or fresh veggies. Find additional serving suggestions in the blog post above.


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Rate this recipe (after making it)

  1. Tracy

    Made this just now. Very tasty.

    • Jeanine Donofrio

      I’m so glad you loved it!

  2. Carli

    5 stars
    Amazing taste, very runny.. if anyone reads comments first(I didn’t!)- add the yogurt to the consistency you prefer a little at a time!
    Would make again.

  3. Chad


    I used my own homemade Greek yogurt. I followed the recipe. It is super liquidity. Any thoughts ?

    • Phoebe Moore (L&L Recipe Developer)

      Hi Chad, what is the consistency of the homemade yogurt like? To thicken up the dip, I recommend adding more feta.

  4. Wendy

    What are the nutritional values?

    • Jeanine Donofrio

      Hi Wendy, we don’t calculate nutrition facts but you can plug the ingredients into a site like my fitness pal.

  5. Lauren

    My food processor is broken. Could this be made with a blender or immersion blender?

    • Phoebe Moore (L&L Recipe Developer)

      Hi Lauren, An immersion blender might work. I think this mixture is a bit too thick for most regular blenders.

  6. Shae-Lynn

    Is this recipe better with greek yogurt or cream cheese? Ive seen recipes that either use one or the other and not sure which is best!

    • Jeanine Donofrio

      I like Greek yogurt in this recipe, it’s fresh and I think cream cheese would be too rich along with the feta.

  7. Deborah

    This looks delicious. I plan on making as part of your mezze platter. Can you make the feta dip ahead?

    • Jeanine Donofrio

      Yes! I store it in the fridge up to about 5 days. If it separates at all, just give it a stir.

  8. linda ledesma soto

    just wondering about the carbs, calories!! I know I’m not gonna eat the entire bowl…maybe!! But just wondering…I guess I could read the packages!! I’m diabetic & I try to watch all that I eat…including twinkies~~~~ kidding..

    • Jeanine Donofrio

      Hi Linda, I’m not sure about the calories, but there aren’t any carbs in these ingredients (except in the pita, of course).

  9. Sabrina from newkitchenlife.com

    great idea for a dip, especially since my idea of feta conjures up a solid square shape! Little hard to dip into that, so thank you

  10. Lisa

    5 stars
    Super easy and delicious! I’ve had it with eggs, crackers, veggies as well as roasted cauliflower. Also by the spoon. Thanks for this!

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