Nyc & a simple summer salad

I was lucky enough to spend the first day of Summer roaming through the beautiful city of New York. My time there was short but oh so sweet, especially since I was invited to celebrate the release of Chobani’s new Mezé dips. To celebrate, Chobani transformed a New York home into a beautiful edible oasis. This house came fully equipped with a live veggie wall, blueberry bushes, and a floating garden in the pool. Needless to say, this house was packed with a ton of fresh seasonal treats that we could use when trying all of the new Mezé dip flavors that Chobani just released.

These new Mezé dips come in four great flavors, and have the ability to transform a simple meal into something special. During the summer I enjoy making simple salads; a few tomatoes, sliced cucumber, and some fresh greens are all I need to make a satisfying snack. But I found that a little of Chobani's roasted red pepper mezé dip makes this snack even better, giving it an extra boost of flavor. So whether you're looking for a little something extra to add to your next snack, or possible something to bring to that 4th of July party, I recommend you gives these dips a try.


Simple Summer Salad

2 large spoonfuls of Chobani Roasted Pepper Mezé Dip

1/2 a small cucumber, thinly sliced

2 handfuls small cherry tomoatos, cut in half

rasddish sprouts, for garnish

olive oil, for drizzling

salt and pepper, to taste


On a large plate place one large dollop of Chobani's roasted red pepper dip on the opposite ends of a large plate. To create a teardrop effect, simple drag the spoon through the mezé dip.

Place sliced cucumbers and halved tomatoes over the top of the mezé dip. Garnish the plate with fresh radish sprouts, a drizzle of olive oil, and salt and pepper to taste.

Thank you to Chobani for partnering with me to create this post. All my opinions are my own.