Give the Gift of Chobani in Pumpkin Dip

‘Tis the season for good will, great food, and even better recipes.


I’m so happy to be a part of this holiday recipe challenge with Chobani and I can’t wait to share my recipe.

When I received the invitation from Emily at Chobani last week, I immediately said yes –sign me up!

No other time of the year honors the nothing-but-good spirit like the holidays! That’s why we’d like to take the opportunity to spread it through our most valued fans- our fabulous friends in the blogging community.

With the blessing from our own kitchen magician, Mustafa, we invite you to step into your kitchen and create a recipe of your choosing using Chobani. Add an extra dash of spice, a dollop of passion, a sprinkle of love- make it your very own!

The challenge?

Create a recipe using Chobani yogurt, sign this oven mitt and pass it along to another blogger to continue the recipe challenge. Sounds fun, huh?


Even better?

My recipe is super easy and quick to prepare – a must have during the busy holiday season.


Pumpkin Party Dip

  • 4 oz. cream cheese at room temperature
  • 6 oz. plain Chobani yogurt
  • 1/4 cup pumpkin puree
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 Tbsp brown sugar
  1. Beat cream cheese and yogurt until smooth.
  2. Add in pumpkin, sugar, and cinnamon and mix until all is combined.
  3. Serve with sliced apples, gingersnaps, or pita chips.


My favorite way to enjoy this dip? Definitely with gingersnaps.


I’m so happy to be sharing this recipe with you and I hope it ends up on your holiday table this season. Having healthier options during the holidays shouldn’t have to be boring – and using Chobani yogurt in this recipe adds such great nutritional punch to the dip that you don’t have to feel bad about indulging a little.

This dip is nothing but good.

As for the next blogger on this oven mitt train, I’ve chosen Holly, my favorite Everythingtarian, fellow yogurt lover, and my fundraising partner in crime. Make sure to check in with her this week to see what she cooks up with Chobani yogurt!

And make sure to check in with Chobani after the New Year – you’ll get to see all the recipes and visit each blog stop to explore even more delicious creations and healthy inspirations. One lucky fan will even win a special Chobani Kitchen prize pack of their very own, including an inspiring blogger oven mitt.


Here’s to happy, healthy holiday eating ; )


  1. Yay for Chobani recipes!!! Love it,I use it all the time in our cooking and baking :) great recipe girl

  2. Yum! What a tasty and simple creation. It’ll be fun to see what everyone creates as the mitt gets passed along.

  3. Looks great! Hope you’re feeling better dear.

  4. Love this recipe! Thanks for sharing. :)

  5. Looks so simple and satisfying. Yum!

  6. Oooh, that looks great. It’s too bad I’m crazy and I can’t eat pumpkin after October ;) I’ll put this on my list for next fall!

  7. That dip looks/sounds just lovely. I will definitely have to give it a try!


  8. My oven mit is on the way and I can’t wait! Great recipe! :)

  9. Yum! That sounds so good! Today for lunch I actually had Chobani yogurt with pumpkin, granola, and agave. It was really good!

  10. Love the sounds of this dip! It’s perfect for winter/holiday entertaining. And you’re right, healthy doesn’t have to be boring! :-)

  11. i can’t wait to get the mitt next! you are far too sweet to me, and i only hope i can come up with a recipe as delicious as this one.

    love youuuuuuu

    p.s. we need a fundraiser conference call or something – lots to tell you!!!

    • ooh, yay! I think the fundraiser is going SO well. I’ve received some great feedback from the people at Jovenes and they’re so happy about it.

      i can’t wait to see your recipe!!!

  12. this sounds awesome!! great entry, hope you’re healing well!

  13. that looks terrific! i want to dip my face in it.

  14. MAKING this for a party this weekend! Thank you for the idea :)

  15. Sounds delish! Great idea to serve with gingersnaps too!

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