Garden Fresh Dill Dip

Garden Fresh Dill Dip is the ultimate summer party dip. Made with sour cream, mayo, seasonings, fresh dill, and parsley. 

Garden Fresh Dill Dip

Dill is one of my favorite herbs to use in the kitchen. Hi, My name is Melissa, and I am addicted to dill dip. I like to make it without anyone knowing I made it and eat it all by myself. Ha...just kidding.... uh maybe? Um yeah...we will go 
with that!

Garden Fresh Dill Dip recipe from Served Up With Love is the dip the trumps all the others.

During the holidays my Mom usually makes a dill dip out of a packaged mix. We all love it, including the kids. It has become a staple at all of our holiday get togethers. So I knew my biggest critic on this dip was going to be my Mom.   I know she was a little hesitant that it was going to be as good as what she makes but she was excited to try it. When I made the first batch, yes, I have made many over the last couple of weeks, I saved her a little bowl. 

Garden Fresh Dill Dip recipe from Served Up With Love

As she took her first bite she was a little quiet. She was inspecting every aspect of flavor in that bite. When she was done her response was "you've done it now!" She LOVED it and said it was spot on. So you all know what that means, it is all on me now. 

Garden Fresh Dill Dip recipe from Served Up With Love

I love the fact that I can use fresh ingredients without a lot of who knows what to make our family favorite dip. Of course, the fresh aspect during the holiday season will be difficult, but using dried works just as well. I have made it with dry and it is just as good.
Garden Fresh Dill Dip recipe from Served Up With Love

The key is to let it sit in the fridge for just a bit to meld the flavors together. I like to use pita chips to scoop it up. I have made them myself and they also sell pre-made pita chips in the cracker aisle. They are really easy to make yourself but in a pinch, store bought works great. 

Yield: 10 - 12

Garden Fresh Dill Dip

Garden Fresh Dill Dip comes together with simple ingredients and is always a crowd pleaser.


1 Cup of sour cream
1 Cup of mayonnaise
1/2 Teaspoon onion powder
1/2 Tablespoon garlic powder 
4 1/2 Tablespoons of fresh dill, finely chopped 
1 Tablespoon of fresh parsley, finely chopped 


Combine all the ingredients in a bowl and mix until completely combined. Chill for at least an hour and serve with your favorite crackers, chips, or veggies. 


Note the ratio to using fresh herbs versus dried is 1:3 ratio. Dried herbs pack more of a punch than fresh. Example when a recipe calls for 3 teaspoons fresh, use 1 teaspoon of dried.

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  1. Hi Melissa I love this dip recipe. I would love to have share this and join our Cooking and Crafting with J & J party I Co-Host. Thanks.
    Julie's lifestyle

  2. I found your recipe on I'm looking forward to fixing this today!

    1. Welcome Vicky! This is one of my favorite dips. In fact, I made some just the other day and have enjoyed snacking on it. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!!

  3. This is the perfect snack!
    Have a great weekend,

  4. Just made this with fresh dill. So good! Thanks!


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