Dairy Free Tzatziki and Grain Free Crackers \\ Sweet Laurel

This Greek girl cannot get enough Tzatziki! The creamy, cucumber and dill sauce goes with everything, seriously. Whether it is grilled veggies, salad, or kebabs, the list goes on. I first started to make my own Tzatziki for my husband, who has been dairy free since childhood. This is the version I make for my him, and nearly every family gathering. Enjoy this recipe, and do me a favor: Chop up some bell peppers or celery and dip them into your Tzatziki for a snack. You will fall in love instantly!

Dairy Free Tzatziki and Grain Free Crackers \ Sweet Laurel

Dairy Free Tzatziki and Grain Free Crackers \ Sweet Laurel

Dairy Free Tzatziki and Grain Free Crackers \ Sweet Laurel

Dairy Free Tzatziki and Grain Free Crackers \ Sweet Laurel

Dairy Free Tzatziki

Yields about 2 cups


 

Ingredients:

2 cups unflavored yogurt (I always use a clean, unsweetened store-bought version or I make my own coconut yogurt. You can also use goat or sheep’s milk yogurt if you tolerate it) 

3 cloves garlic, chopped

1/2 cup dill, chopped

1 cucumber, shredded

1/2 teaspoon Himalayan pink salt

1 lemon, squeezed

1/4 cup olive oil

Cracked pepper to taste


 

Directions:

Mix all ingredients in a bowl and chill for about an hour. Enjoy with veggies or my favorite grain-free crackers from Simple Mills! Store refrigerated in an airtight container for up to 5 days.

Note about the crackers: These are seriously so good, so good that they were in my hospital bag when I gave birth to sweet Nico! I love that they are made with sprouted seeds, making it easier for digestion. The original flavor is my favorite, but they’re all super yummy.

One thought on “Dairy Free Tzatziki and Grain Free Crackers \\ Sweet Laurel

  1. debhosaflook

    Laurel, I am sorry I keep leaving so many comments, but now that I have found you, I am going thru reading each post and will be spending A LOT of time in the kitchen!!! 🙂 I would love to know the brand of yogurt you use as your go-to in your recipes. Yogurt is just about the only dairy product I still use but I would love to have a non-dairy yogurt to turn to. I am on the East Coast in a small country town and there is a good chance I won’t have access to the same brands you do. But I would still love to know what you recommend and use. Thanks so much and again I am sorry I have so many questions.
    xxoo

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