We’re coming up on a long weekend! Pull out the Skinny Greek Layer Dip, pass the pita chips, and let’s just call it Friday already.

Skinny Greek Layer Dip made with hummus. Absolutely delicious!_

All week, I’ve felt summer anticipation growing around me, the way static amplifies in the air before a thunderstorm. From the grocery store, to the gym, to the doctor’s office, I can sense a general antsiness in the atmosphere, as if we’re all stuck back at our back on the last day of fourth grade, waiting for the bell to set us free. Please don’t make me sit still a moment longer—set me loose in the backyard with lawn games, a grapefruit margarita, and a giant plate of this Greek layer dip.

On Tuesday, I had the nerve to introduce Asian Ramen Salad as the ultimate potluck side dish, and today I’m continuing the bravado and declaring layer dip the ultimate potluck appetizer. While the classic Mexican seven-layer dip will forever have a special place in my heart (and stomach), I’m completely hooked on this Greek twist. Made with hummus, Greek yogurt, Mediterranean-tatapired veggies, feta, and olives, it’s salty, tangy, creamy, crunchy, and totally habit-forming. Grab your pita chips and settle in for a serious munch session.

Skinny Greek Layer Dip. Perfect appetizer or snack!

Skinny Greek Layer Dip

Why I Love This Easy Greek Dip

In addition to its addictive taste and texture, I love this Greek layer dip, because it’s super healthy without tasting like a “skinny” dip. The ingredients are simple and wholesome, which is helpful to remind yourself when this dish is half demolished, and you’re the only person in the room.

Greek Layer Dip

Greek layer dip is also ultra easy to prepare. Just spread hummus in the bottom of a serving dish, then pile the other six ingredients on top. Done. While plain hummus makes for a clean, classic flavor, feel free to use your favorite hummus variety to customize the Greek layer dip as you like. I went with Sabra’s Roasted Garlic (scrumptious!), and next time will be trying it with their Supremely Spicy. If you are hosting a party for a large group, you could even double the recipe, then divide it into two serving dishes, each with a different hummus flavor base.

Make Ahead + Storage Tips

  • To Make Ahead. Chop the tomato, cucumber, and olives up to 1 day in advance, and store them in the refrigerator.
  • To Store. Cover and store leftovers in the refrigerator for up to 2 days.

More Tasty Dip Recipes

Healthy Greek Layer Dip. A fun twist on classic Mexican 7 layer dip with Greek ingredients!

Whether you’ll be spending this Memorial Day cooking out with friends, at home with your family, or traveling, I hope you all have a wonderful weekend. Wishing you the joy of the last school bell, a few uninterrupted moments of relaxation, and a dish of Greek layer dip in easy reach.

Looking for more Memorial Day inspiration? Be sure to check out the Memorial Day section of my recipe index. This Red, White, and Blue Quinoa Fruit Salad would be especially festive.


Skinny Greek Layer Dip made with hummus. Absolutely delicious!_

Skinny Greek Layer Dip

5 from 2 votes
A healthy Greek version of Mexican 7 layer dip made with hummus, Greek yogurt, cucumbers, tomato, and feta. Serve with pita chips for an appetizer or snack.

Prep: 20 mins
Total: 20 mins

Servings: 6 - 8 servings


  • 1 container hummus (10 ounces) your favorite flavor (I used roasted garlic)
  • 1/2 cup plain non-fat Greek yogurt
  • 1 tomato, diced
  • 1/2 cup seeded cucumber, diced
  • 1/3 cup crumbled feta cheese
  • 1/4 cup pitted Kalamata olives chopped
  • 2 tablespoons finely chopped fresh parsley
  • Pita chips, carrots, broccoli, sliced bell peppers, or crackers, for serving


  • Spread the hummus in a smooth layer in the bottom of an 8x8-inch square baking dish, a shallow pie dish, or similar serving dish. Dollop the Greek yogurt by small spoonfuls over the top, then gently spread to create a new layer.
  • Scatter the tomato, cucumber, feta, and olives over the top. Sprinkle with fresh parsley. Refrigerate until ready to serve, then dip with pita chips, crackers, and sliced veggies as desired.


Greek Layer Dip will last in the refrigerator for up to 2 days.

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    1. Hi Barbara! Since the dip already has red onions, I don’t think that you need them, but if you love their flavor feel free.

        1. Jenn, I apologize—for some reason I thought this included red onion too, but I must have been thinking of something else. Regardless, red onions would be a tasty addition. I hope you love the dip!

  1. I made this for a beach party tonight. It was a hit. Simple to make and something different than the usual sour cream, mayo, or cream cheese-based dips. It’s a keeper!!!

  2. Hi Erin,
    Thanks so much for this great, easy and healthy greek recepie. I know it isn’t summer yet but I made it for my daughter’s Girl Scout greek themed get together and it was a hit. I can’t wait for summer to eat this again so most definitely  I’m going to be making it before then.

    1. No need to wait for summer Denise! I’m so happy to hear that you all enjoyed this dip. Thanks so much for trying the recipe and taking time to leave this lovely review!

  3. That dip sounds super yummy. I have hummus all the time for lunch. This will be a great way to mix things up.  I’m curious though, have you tried tziki or babaganoush instead of the plain yogurt? 

    1. Hi Debby! I haven’t tried either of these, but they both sound great. If you decide to experiment with the recipe, I’d love to hear how it turns out!

  4. This looks delicious! Seven layer dips make great midday meals.  Can’t wait to try this. 

  5. It tasted great, and ever so tasty, however it was very watery. I had to consistently drain the dish. 

    1. I’m so glad that you loved the flavor, though I’m sorry it was liquidy! Did you fully seed the cucumber (which is important to remove liquid) and make sure to use Greek (vs regular) yogurt? Both of these have a higher water content, which would cause the dip to seem watery. It’s also possible that your tomatoes might have been extra juicy too. If that’s the case, next time I’d suggest letting them drain on a paper towel before adding them to the dip. I hope that helps!

  6. I don’t usually comment of posts, but I just had to let you know how great of a hit this dip was at a friends graduation party for her twin sons. It lasted only maybe 10 minutes. It was gone but not forgotten. Everybody who had it, had to have the recipe. You have a fan for life. Thank You.

    1. Maura, I am so excited to hear this!! Thanks so much for your kind words, and I’m so glad everyone loved the dip!

  7. Thank you for the great recipe! Making it for my next book club meeting! Can you pls tell me what the herb in the picture is? Parsley? Basil? 

    1. Hi Yvette! It’s parsley (the same as what is called for in the recipe). I hope you all enjoy the dip!

  8. I made this for a birthday potluck party and it went instantly.  I even had people ask me for the recipe.

    1. Wendy, I am so excited to hear this! Thanks for trying the recipe and letting me know how it came out for you.

  9. Hi!  I made this tonight and it was so good!  I used heated up pita bread rather than crackers.  I’m not much of a cook but this was so easy and looked like it could have been ordered at a restaurant.   Thank you!

  10. I love this dip. It’s my absolute favorite! But I add a little bit of chopped red onion to it as well. And sometimes I omit the cucumbers in the dip and then use sliced cucumbers as “chips” to make it low-carb! 

      1. Hi Jennifer, you may have already figured this out, but the recipe is located just above the comments section. You can also click “Jump to Recipe” at the top of the post and it’ll take you right there! I hope you enjoy the dip!

  11. I’m wondering if anyone has tried to make this Dairy free? Either not adding the yogurt or using a soy yogurt. Suggestions? Thanks

    1. Hi Molly, I haven’t tried to make this recipe dairy free, but I think you could omit the yogurt. If you have a plain soy yogurt you’ve used and enjoyed, I think you could experiment with that here too! And I’d love to hear too if anyone else has any ideas!

  12. Awesome recipe and loved by all my guests! I used flavored feta and humus to add more flavor. Will be making often this summer!5 stars

    1. I am so happy to hear how much you enjoy this recipe! Thanks so much for sharing this wonderful review. It means a lot!

    1. Jillian, the yogurt makes it creamy, so I wouldn’t recommend it without it. If you want to omit it, you could play around; just know that the recipe will be different than intended.

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