How to make Whipped Feta

spoonful of whipped feta

Whipped feta is an easy-to-make dip, spread, and pasta topper!

Whipped Feta Dip

This is just one of those recipes that seems to fit. I’ve served this to my book group and to friends with crackers and veggies, slathered it on toast and burgers. Besides being quick and easy, it looks simple, yet elegant. Plus it’s a great way to use feta that you have on hand. Which is why I made this recipe, I had feta I needed to use. But it’s so good that I added feta to the grocery list.

The ingredients

  • Feta cheese: the anchor to this recipe provides body plus calcium and protein
  • Plain Greek-style yogurt: adds creaminess + protein and calcium. Conventional plain yogurt can be used but the dip will be thinner.
  • Olive oil: a couple teaspoons for flavor, creaminess, and body.
  • Garlic: for a bit of flavor. If you don’t like raw garlic, you could add roasted garlic or just love it out.

How to make it

This is a super simple recipe that is blended in the food processor. The goal is to make it smooth and fluffy. The Greek yogurt bumps up the protein and thins out the dip which adds to the creaminess.

Break up the cheese with the yogurt. Then drizzle the olive oil in so it doesn’t pool up in the bottom of the work bowl as you run the food processor.

feta, yogurt, olive oil and garlic ready to make whipped feta
feta, Greek yogurt, olive oil and garlic
a spoonful on whipped feta from the food processor
process until creamy and fluffy

Why I like feta cheese

Tangy and salty it delivers a zesty punch to recipes. Like most cheeses, it provides calcium and protein. For those who are salt sensitive, sodium is on the higher side for feta, so a dab may do ya’.

lt’s lower in fat and calories than many cheeses which makes it a go-to ingredient for me. Feta is usually a side note to many recipes, but with whipped feta it’s the star!

How to store feta

Feta keeps for up to a month in the fridge. If your feta is packaged in liquid, keep the liquid. This is a brine which flavors the cheese. Just keep it covered. No brine? No problem. Not all feta is packed in brine. Keep it covered in the fridge. If you see mold, time to toss it. You can freeze feta but it will be crumbly when it thaws. This whipped feat is an excellent way to use it!

What to serve with Whipped Feta

Feta is a staple in Greek food. So when you think of Mediterranean foods, think feta. Add whipped feta to your meal prep routine. Grab the meal prep planning sheet here. See how you can use throughout the week! 👇

Serve it with:

  • crackers
  • sliced cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, celery, or pepper strips
  • spoon it on cooked pasta
  • spread on sandwich or wrap
  • grapefruit martini

I spread it on lightly toasted bread and topped the feta with arugula, sliced canned beets and orange slices.

sourdough toast with whipped feta, sliced beets and orange
spread on toast, top with arugula, beets and oranges for a topsy turvey beet salad!

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spoonful of whipped feta

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Whipped Feta Dip

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Whipped feta is an easy-to-make dip, spread, and pasta topper!

  • Author: Judy Barbe
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Total Time: 10 minutes
  • Yield: 2 cups 1x
  • Category: Appetizer
  • Method: Food Processor
  • Cuisine: Mediterranean


  • 1 1/4 cups feta
  • 1/3 cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 1 garlic clove
  • 2 teaspoons olive oil
  • a finger pinch of salt and pepper


Combine feta, yogurt, garlic, salt and pepper in food processor, pulse to break up cheese. Turn machine on and drizzle in olive oil. This keeps the oil from pooling in the bottom of the work bowl. Puree until smooth and creamy 30-60 seconds. Scrape sides of work bowl with a rubber scrapper. Puree for 30 seconds more.


Keeps for a week in the fridge.

whipped feta in food processor with a spoonful being lifted out of the work bowl

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