Easy Feta Dip

Easy Feta Dip  – a simple crowd pleasing Greek appetizer that can be prepared in minutes with tomatoes, onions, and little olive oil. Greek inspired and so easy!

This Feta Dip is best served with toasted and sliced baguettes.Easy Feta Dip - a crowd pleasing appetizer that can be prepared in minutes. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com


I was searching for an easy last minute dip and the world of Pinterest led me to Clover’s Lane for this fresh and Easy Feta Dip.

Fresh feta, tomatoes, green onions, and some Greek seasoning make this simple appetizer crave worthy.

Since New Year’s Eve is all about the appetizers, I thought this would be a great last second dip.Easy Feta Dip - a crowd pleasing appetizer that can be prepared in minutes. the-girl-who-ate-everything.comStart with a large platter and a cover it with a thin layer of olive oil.

Easy Feta Dip - a crowd pleasing appetizer that can be prepared in minutes. the-girl-who-ate-everything.comDice up some tomatoes and slice some green onions. Kitchen scissors work great for slicing green onions…the only way to go. feta-dip-002

Add some Greek seasoning here. Cavender’s is what I used – about 2-3 teaspoons.

Easy Feta Dip - a crowd pleasing appetizer that can be prepared in minutes. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com

Mix it all together and you’re done. Serve this Easy Feta Dip with warm sliced baguettes. This is a must!

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Easy Feta Dip
Prep Time
5 mins
Total Time
5 mins
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: Mediterranean
Servings: 10 servings
Author: Christy Denney
  • about 1/3 cup olive oil
  • 3 Roma tomatoes , seeded and diced
  • 4-5 green onions , sliced thinly
  • 8 ounces feta cheese , crumbled (see Note)
  • 2-3 teaspoons Cavender's Greek seasoning
  • fresh baguette , sliced thinly
  • optional balsamic vinegar
  1. On a large platter drizzle olive oil until you have a thin layer on the entire platter. You may use more or less here depending on your preference.
  2. Add the tomatoes, green onions, and feta on top of the olive oil. Sprinkle with the Greek seasoning to taste.
  3. With a spoon carefully combine the ingredients. We found that we like a little drizzle of balsamic vinegar on top. If desired, drizzle a little balsamic on top.
  4. Serve with warm sliced baguettes for scooping up the dip.
Recipe Notes

Fresh feta that comes in a block is what is preferred here. It's a lot more moist. The precrumbled cheese is fine but a little more dry.

Source: Clover's Lane

Easy Feta Dip - a crowd pleasing appetizer that can be prepared in minutes. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com

Speak Your Mind



  1. What a great dish for the new year! Happy 2013!

    Come check out the Rum Balls I’m making for tonight’s New Year Party.


  2. It looks perfect!!!!
    Happy new year from Greece!!!!

  3. Mmm nothing better than a good dip!

  4. Mmm, this looks so delish!

  5. I have made this dip many times for parties and it is always a crowd pleaser.
    I love your blog and have found some great recipes here. Thank you and have a great 2013!

  6. Oh this looks so good! Love how easy it is!

  7. My mom sent me a recipe for feta dip just like this (it might be the same recipe) and I have yet to try it!! looks good!

  8. I make this same dip, but instead of olive oil on the bottom, I use hummus and serve with pita chips! It’s so so good.

  9. Looks tasty. Can’t wait to try it.

  10. This looks so easy and delish! I can’t wait to find a reason to make it : )

  11. This sounds totally easy and really refreshing. Yum!

  12. Love this, but anything Greeky for me has to include some black olives. I really like the idea of hummus as the base.

  13. I just made this for superbowl and loved it!
    What a great recipe!

  14. This recipe was made by my g/f on Superbowl Sunday. Everyone wo had some LOVED IT and asked for the recipe. Will DEFINITELY be taking this more often

  15. Wow! AMAZING! I’ll definitely be making this again. Thank you!

  16. Made this for book club tonight; not a bit leftover!

  17. I have a lot of herbs & seasonings in the kitchen but not specifically “Greek seasoning”. Could you give a me a run down of what is in Greek seasoning so I could improvise? This recipe sounds so delish and easy, looking forward to making it.

  18. I love your beautiful pictures….great job & great recipe! The platter used for the feta dip is beautiful and I would like to purchase one to serve the dip in. Where can I purchase it?

  19. Would it change things dramatically to add cucumber?

  20. Made this for a party and everyone LOVED it. Everyone was asking for the recipe. I wish I could find an alternative to the greek seasoning though because of the MSG. Does anyone have a homemade greek seasoning recipe?

  21. I’m going to make this as an appetizer for Mother ‘s Day! Any idea how many this serves? Thanks!!!

  22. I made this dip when I had company over and everyone loved it. Just a tip, make a extra large batch. It is that good.

  23. Made this last night for my husband & myself…instead of green onion, I used a chopped banana pepper from our garden. I had some leftover and mixed it with some salad greens for lunch today. Yummy!! Thanks for passing along a great recipe!

  24. Brandice Roberts says:

    I just want to say that I have had this. My sister made it for a party and it was absolutely delicious! Here is the tip I wanted to offer-she had some left over (shockingly!) and I used it to make omelettes the next day. Oh, my goodness GOOD!

  25. Does it matter if you use extra virgin olive oil?

  26. the traditional seasoning we use for this dip is oregano!! you can find it pretty easy http://www.trofos.com/pagesall/products.aspx?cid=53

  27. Can this be made the night before?

    • Christy {The Girl Who Ate Everything} says:

      I personally wouldn’t do it the night before. I would prep everything and then throw it together right before.

  28. This looks dangerous ! I love love love FETA!! I can’t wait to try this but I better buy double the Feta. There is a chance I might find myself “nibbling” on the feta while making the dip.

  29. Can you make this the night before?

    • Christy {The Girl Who Ate Everything} says:

      Ummm. I think it would get soggy maybe. I would prep all the stuff the night before then throw it together.

  30. Kelli Campbell says:

    yummy as is, but I had some cucumbers to to use, so I threw them in with a slash of red wine vinegar and some fresh ground pepper. Didn’t have greek seasoning, so I added some fresh oregano and thyme.
    A little fresh garlic was good, but a little strong.

  31. Made this with the recommended Cavender Greek seasoning. Made the mistake of not reading the label. Sooo much salt in ithe seasoning that the dish was inedible. Have since found a Greek seasoning with a fraction of the sodium and will try it again.

  32. Beautiful dish and so easy to make! I can’t wait try this 🙂 Thanks, Christy!

  33. How many does this serve?

  34. Made this for a Christmas party, I loved that it was both red and green. Can’t say enough how much I love this, so easy, fresh and delicious.

  35. The Pinterest description has cucumbers included in the ingredient description. You don’t mention it here, but we peeled, deseeded and finely diced those too. It really elevated the dish.

    We also couldn’t find Greek seasoning and turns out Italian seasoning has almost the exact same ingredients, so we used that. We made it ahead of time and let it set to meld the flavors. It was divine.

  36. Ever since I found this recipe almost a year ago, I’ve made it dozens of times and loved it more each time. It is completely addicting! I like to eat it with lightly salted lentil chips, which are healthy and scoop the dip great. Thanks for the recipe/idea!

  37. I love this recipe. I made it for my annual holiday party last year and it was a hit! In the times I’ve made it since, I’ve found that using a good olive oil makes a big difference. Like the author mentions, the block feta is much more fresh in my opinion. I also recommend starting with 1 1/2 tsp. of the greek seasoning and working your way up by taste testing. I made the mistake of adding too much at first and it was a bit too salty. As the rule of thumb goes, you can add ingredients but you can’t subtract! Thanks Christy, for sharing!

  38. Im wanting to make your dish just wondering if you have made it like a day ahead just for ease of organizing a party Thx

  39. This looks amazing and I can’t wait to try it!! Just an FYI…I was at our neighborhood grocery store (Ingles) the other evening picking up items for tacos and found that they sell pre-diced fresh tomatoes by the pint and half-pint! The prices vary by exact weight, but I purchased 2 pints for less than $4 and didn’t have to dice them for our tacos. This would be great for this dip also. 🙂

  40. Is thus something that can be made the day before?

  41. Make this all the time! So easy & tastes fabulous, DO add the balsamic drizzle (makes a real difference in the taste)

  42. i find it hard to print out these recipes – no print button to click???

  43. Have come back to this often, as it always disappears so quickly! I sub in fresh oregano for your spice mix, and add one or two minced cloves of garlic. So fresh and delicious!! Thanks so much for this!

  44. I’ve made this and it is delicious. How about mozzarella and Italian seasoning for an Italian spin?