Feta Radish Dip: A Unique Spring Appetizer

Emily Caruso | Jelly Toast

Radishes and feta cheese come together in this light and creamy dip that's perfect for your next spring cookout.

Feta Radish Dip Picture

Spring is finally in full swing here in Ohio and I feel like it's time to get a bit radishy. That's right, radishy.

Radishes are such funny little things. They're so bright and beautiful, but they have this surprising pepper-y-ness (is that a word?) that I can't get enough of. I think radishes are one of those polarizing foods. You either love them... or really, really don't. I happen to love them. My husband? Not so much.

But here's the thing. While there's really no love lost between my husband and radishes, he actually loved this Feta Radish Dip! True, the fact that he loves feta cheese definitely helps the cause.

Feta Radish Dip Photo

After making the first test batch, we stood at the counter and ate, and ate, and ate this stuff. In full disclosure, I did make the mistake of salting my first batch, which was really unnecessary due to the saltiness of the feta. So you can note that I left salt out of the ingredient list. That was no accident.

If you're like me, you want to make sure everything is seasoned, but I'm telling you, this needs no extra salt. The cheese is perfect all on its own. Then, when the feta is mixed with creamy greek yogurt and a touch of sweet honey, it turns into a lovely and unique spring dip.

Serve this with some whole wheat pita chips for a light and healthy appetizer at your next spring cookout.

For other tasty appetizer ideas, consider this Quinoa Granola Recipe!

Feta Cheese Dip Recipe

    6 Servings


  • 8 ounces Feta Cheese, preferably reduced fat
  • 1/3 cup Plain Greek Yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon Lemon Juice
  • 1 tablespoon Honey
  • 6 large Radishes, quartered and thinly sliced
  • 3 tablespoons Fresh Parsley, coarsley chopped


  1. Place feta cheese, yogurt lemon juice and honey into a food processor and pulse until combined, but still a bit chunky.
  2. Stir in radishes and chopped parsley by hand.
  3. Serve with pita chips.
Source: Martha Stewart
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Emily is known for her absurdly beautiful food photography and coffee co-dependencies on her Jelly Toast Blog. On Food Fanatic, she shares a third addiction: fabulous snacks.