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This simple, light, homemade Blue Cheese Dressing is made with Greek yogurt, blue cheese, lemon juice, mayonnaise and seasoning.

This simple, light, homemade Blue Cheese Dressing is made with Greek yogurt, blue cheese, lemon juice, mayonnaise and seasoning.

Nothing beats the flavor of homemade salad dressing. Making your own salad dressing gives you control of what ingredients go into it. Serve this with a wedge of iceberg lettuce, as a dip for skinny buffalo wings or one of my favorite ways to enjoy this is on a roast beef sandwich on a good whole wheat crusty bread with arugula.

Classic wedge salad meets chopped salad in this easy side salad dish made with lettuce, bacon, blue cheese and chives with a light homemade blue cheese dressing.

To store leftovers: Keep in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.

This simple, light, homemade Blue Cheese Dressing is made with Greek yogurt, blue cheese, lemon juice, mayonnaise and seasoning.
4.79 from 33 votes
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Low Fat Creamy Blue Cheese Dressing

52 Cals 3.5 Protein 3.5 Carbs 3 Fats
Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 10 mins
Yield: 8 servings
COURSE: Appetizer
CUISINE: American
This simple, light, homemade Blue Cheese Dressing is made with Greek yogurt, blue cheese, lemon juice, mayonnaise and seasoning.


  • 1/2 cup crumbled blue cheese
  • 6 oz fat free Greek yogurt, full fat for Keto
  • 1 tbsp light mayonnaise, full fat for Keto, check labels
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice
  • 1 tbsp white wine vinegar
  • 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
  • salt and freshly ground black pepper


  • In a small bowl, mash blue cheese and yogurt together with a fork.
  • Stir in mayonnaise, lemon juice, vinegar, and garlic powder until well blended.
  • Season to taste with salt and pepper. Makes 1 cup.


Serving: 2tablespoons, Calories: 52kcal, Carbohydrates: 3.5g, Protein: 3.5g, Fat: 3g, Saturated Fat: 1.5g, Cholesterol: 7mg, Sodium: 160mg, Fiber: 0.5g, Sugar: 2.5g
WW Points Plus: 1
Keywords: bleu cheese dressing, blue cheese dressing, blue cheese dressing recipe, homemade blue cheese dressing, how to make blue cheese dressing

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  1. This is the absolute best Blue Cheese dressing I’ve ever had. It tastes great on anything and everything. I especially like it on the Skinnytaste Buffalo Chicken Meatballs.

  2. This recipe is a 10/10 every time. Nothing on the grocery store aisle comes close. And it’s really easy to make too! I always use a little more bleu cheese cause I like it extra chunky, and swap out ACV for white vinegar.

  3. I’ll never, ever buy bottled blue cheese again! Amazing!

  4. I love this recipe, and I have made it many times before- but I haven’t made it for a while. I could swear there was onion powder in it? 

  5. This is the best homemade blue cheese on earth. I’ve made it multiple times and always come back to it! It’s even better if you make it ahead of time (I did 16 hours) because the flavors really blend well! Amazing!!! 

  6. The BEST Blue Cheese Dressing I have ever tasted! I love that it doesn’t make a huge amount, but of course, you can easily double/triple, etc. the recipe if you need more.

    Pairs perfectly with your recipe for Buffalo Chicken Meatballs. I love using the meatballs for a sub and not just appetizers. For a snack, I enjoy the dressing on slices of Granny Smith Apples.

    Very pleased with the nutritional information as well!

    • Whoa! I wasn’t sure I was going to like this dressing/dip. But, wow!. This was so good. What I liked most was that it wasn’t to wet. Most blue cheese dressings gross me out, due to their watery base/thinness, not this. I failed to get white wine vinegar so I used ACV. The substitution was fine. I used for dipping the Skinnytaste air fryer buffalo chicken. Now I have to find other foods to put this on. Another winner.

  7. I genuinely prefer this dressing over any bottled or restaurant creamy blue cheese dressing. I take it with me when I (used to – darn COVID-19) eat out. I don’t put in a full Tbsp of vinegar because I am very sensitive to the sour and I prefer the full Tbsp of fresh lemon juice. I also give it a good kick of the pepper. So good! So good!

  8. This is the best blue cheese dressing EVER! On a side note, I leave out the mayo (just a personal preference).

  9. This was easy to make and delicious!  I normally buy a yogurt blue cheese dressing at the store but it has that weird aftertaste and this one doesnt!  This will be my go to dressing from now on!


  11. This was amazing. Blue cheese dressing is not my usual go to salad dressing but this was so crazy good that I have become a fan and I will use it on sandwiches too.

  12. This was delicious! I’ve never been a huge fan of blue cheese from the bottle, and blue cheese from the restaurants are way too high in calories for me. This was a perfect substitute!

  13. Absolutely delicious. I did not have white wine vinegar but I substituted regular white vinegar (half tbsp instead of 1 tbsp).

  14. Hi there! How many GREEN points would this be?
    Thank you so much!

  15. Excellent! Perfect way for me to use that 1/2 a block of bleu cheese my sister-in-law sent me home with after Thanksgiving. Very creamy consistency and is great on little gem lettuce, romaine, and butter lettuce.

  16. i like things not spicy so for ME it was tart 

  17. Delicious! I used red wine vinegar and it came out great, also used a potato masher rather than a fork.

  18. Soooo good!   I used canned chicken breast which worked out fine dince I didn’t have time to shred my own. I also reduced the amount of hot sauce because I don’t like it too spicy. I would definitely make these again!   They were a big hit!

  19. Ladies: FYI; When I put this in my WW app on my phone, it came up 5 points!

    • The only accurate way to determine any recipe’s SmartPoints® value is to plug the ingredients into the recipe builder on the Weight Watchers website (Click on “My Foods,” select “Recipe,” and click “Create a recipe.”) which does not count fruits and vegetables in recipes in the calculations as they are now 0 points.

      The SmartPoints® calculator isn’t meant for recipes and will often give you the wrong points (usually higher) because it’s counting the fruits and vegetables. So if you see a recipe with a SmartPoints® value that’s different from what the calculator tells you, now you know why.

  20. Gina is there a way to make this last longer than 5 days? I live alone and cannot eat that much in 5 days!

    Maybe just halving it I guess?
    I adore blue cheese anything btw, although my kids hated it growing up…
    thank you for all your amazing recipes!! I have your first book but want your IP one one of these days…

  21. To die for!!!!!!!! Most amazing homemade blue cheese ever!!!
    Quick question though…
    When I put the nutritional information in the ww app…it shows 2 smart points per serving. Is this correct?

    • The only accurate way to determine any recipe’s SmartPoints® value is to plug the ingredients into the recipe builder on the Weight Watchers website (Click on “My Foods,” select “Recipe,” and click “Create a recipe.”) which does not count fruits and vegetables in recipes in the calculations as they are now 0 points.

      The SmartPoints® calculator isn’t meant for recipes and will often give you the wrong points (usually higher) because it’s counting the fruits and vegetables. So if you see a recipe with a SmartPoints® value that’s different from what the calculator tells you, now you know why.

  22. So simple and delicious! We do wings every weekend and my husband and I both love blue cheese dressing. This is just as good as the full fat version from our favorite wings restaurant. Thank you!

  23. Made it and I love it. I eat it with veggies cant wait to try it with hot wings

  24. Made this today for the first time to go with your buffalo chicken lettuce wraps and the Buffalo Chicken Egg Rolls (yes…..I having a huge craving for buffalo wings). I usually hate low fat dressing and usually splurge on full fat dressings since I use so little on my salads, but this does not taste “diety” at all. I did add about 3 tablespoons of water since it was a little thicker then I wanted. I am a huge blue cheese dressing fan and This will be a regular staple in my fridge. Love how the lemon gave it such a fresh after taste. I think I actually like it better then store bought full fat versions I’ve tried. I especially like how quick it was to make and that I didn’t need to get out a blender or food processor. 

  25. This is SO easy and is very authentic tasting.  My husband loves his blue cheese dressing and this version he really enjoys and helps him keep his WW points low! 

  26. This is so spectacular! It is my new go to dressing and it’s making me eat more salad. As for the question about making it thinner, I added some Ken’s lite italian dressing to mine and it gave it the thinner consistency and kept it low points and super flavorful! Thanks, Gina for all of your recipes!

  27. This is DELICIOUS! I would have liked it a little thinner. Do you have any suggestion to keep the flavor but make it thinner? Should I just add some water?

  28. I just made this. I don’t think I will ever buy blue cheese dressing again. It’s phenomenal 

  29. I like this better that the full fat variety of blue cheese dressing.

  30. This dressing is fabulous! I will be making it again (and again!!) it was that good

    • I’m trying to figure out the nutrition information for the full fat version of this recipe for Keto. Can you help? It’s so yummy with my homemade grass fed Greek yogurt (like fage 5%) and olive oil mayo.

      • If you download the free app called Lose It, you can input your own recipes by searching up all the ingredients and it will tell you how many calories it is per serving 

  31. This dressing is delicious! Just had chicken tenders in Franks Hot Sauce with celery sticks while watching college football. All the taste without the Points. Highly recommended. Thank you !!!

  32. OMG. . . Absolutely delicious. Can’t tell it is made from Greek Yogurt!  How’d you do that Gina?!?!?

  33. I have made this twice this week as we are eating a ton of salad, and watching our calorie consumption.  This is so much better than store-bought blue cheese dressing, and I love knowing exactly what is in it!  Thanks for such great recipes.

  34. I absolutely love blue cheese dressing and am very picky so it’s hard to impress me with a good recipe. This is probably the best homemade recipe I’ve tried! Thanks again for a great recipe!

  35. This is so delish! Can you tell me how many freestyle points a serving is?

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  38. Omg!!! So delish!!

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  40. Followed the directions to the letter. I was not certain that it would be any good, holy cow it was great!   I love blue cheese dressing and really did not want to part with it, now I don’t have to 

  41. i LOVE this dressing! It’s great on your buffalo chicken tenders, it’s my go-to on baked potatoes, and it also works on so many other things, including the buffalo turkey burger I had for lunch today. I always have a container of this in my fridge since I first saw the recipe a couple of months ago.

  42. How fantastic to find a recipe that doesn’t destroy the dressing by adding sweeteners! Sugar in this is bad enough but artificial sweeteners make it inedible (for me, anyway).

    Thank you!

  43. I made these and served them on a bed of zoodles (microwaved with a little olive oil, S&P). What a hit! My boyfriend loved them, as did I. I subbed sriracha for the hot sauce, because that’s what I had, and they were perfect. Thank you for sharing this recipe! I feel really good about eating and serving these.

    • Woops! This comment was for the chicken meatballs, but I also made the blue cheese dressing to serve them with, and it, too was a delicious complement. Very easy dinner tonight!

  44. Gina, I have to say this is my absolute favorite and has been a life saver for me. I eat it almost every afternoon. I dip roasted cauliflower in 1 T. of it for a snack. This has been my Weight Watcher trick for a while now. The cauliflower fills me up and the blue cheese dressing makes me happy! Thanks so much! I think it’s better than regular blue cheese dressing. You’re the best!

  45. I made this last night and had it with homemade buffalo chicken tenders and celery. Delicious! So much better than any low fat store bought version!

  46. Hello, can I use something else besides mayo? Sounds so good!!!!

  47. Has anyone ever discovered the shelf life?? Love this, but don't want to waste it or have to keep making it every few days.

  48. This was delicious but I think next time I will cut the vinegar in half

  49. This sounds delicious; I love blue cheese. How long do you think it would keep in the fridge?

  50. Made this tonight to go with your Buffalo Cauliflower Bites and it was awesome! Forgot to buy a lemon at the grocery store, but I just doubled the vinegar and it was still delish.

  51. I made this last night to go with cobb salad. It is so good! Thank you.

  52. How long will this dressing last once it's made?

  53. How long will this dressing last once it's made?

  54. What can I substitute for the Greek yogurt? I'm allergic to Greek yogurt, I can eat regular yogurt though!

  55. My husband loved it! We made it for the Buffalo Turkey Burger recipe but then my husband asked to have a salad (he rarely does that!) just so he could have more blue cheese! I'm not a big blue cheese fan but I thought it was good too

  56. I adore blue cheese dressing so this is right up my alley. Can't wait to try it and stop buying the bottled stuff.

  57. You can use Plain Yoghurt if you don't want the thickness of the Greek version!

  58. My favorite wing place uses Red Wine vinegar in their dressing. Dying to make this version with red wine vinegar now!!

  59. DELICIOUS!!!!!!!!

  60. what is the sodium content?

  61. It's wonderful, I did it and it turned out so great and tasty and so light for health, thank you!!!

  62. Delicious! I had just enough blue cheese to make half of this recipe. I didn't have the vinegar so I used skim milk to thin it to dressing consistency. Using this recipe will save me one point compared to the light blue cheese I've been eating, but I'm not sure how budget friendly it'll be.

  63. this is delicious!!!

  64. Gina,
    How long can this dressing be stored for after it is made?

    Love your site! Always recommending to to people who talk about their love for comfort food and how hard it is to eat healthy!

  65. Can't wait to try this! I always make my own dressing, but using full fat may and sour cream. Blue Cheese is my favorite!

  66. Amazing dressing! Made it to go along with the Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Wraps and I am shocked and amazed at how much it tastes like a regular, full fat dressing! So hard to not eat it by the spoonful! 🙂

  67. This dressing is delicious, it tastes very fresh and refreshing.

  68. This was wonderful with the Buffalo Chicken lettuce Wraps and this is coming from a non Blue Cheese Dressing fancier

  69. This dressing is absolutely delicious!! I had company over last Sunday and my guests loved it!!! I'm actually going to be making more as we speak to go with my dinner.. Thanks for a great recipe!!!

  70. Hi Gina. Thanks for the amazing recipe! I was just wondering about the Fridge Shelf life of the dressing? Would it last 1 week in an airtight container?

  71. I only got 6 tablespoons instead of 8. Anyone else have this issue?

  72. Made this exactly as recipe states – it was nice and thick so I added just about 1 – 2 tsps of low fat buttermilk to stretch it. It is wonderful! I was looking for a good low cal/fat alternative blue cheese dressing and I believe I've found it!

  73. This was DELISH! Your blog is, by far, the best thing I have found on pinterest!

  74. I've always loved blue cheese the cheese but not the dressing, and this is so fresh it had completely won me over! must be because it tastes just like blue cheese, rather than preservatives 🙂

  75. I make this all the time and I have to say thank you thank you thank you for a low fat salad dressing that tastes amazing and is made of ingredients i always have around!

  76. I would be lost without your recipes – thanks!!!!

  77. I've made this dressing before and it is delicious! Makes you think you're indulging, when you really aren't. I do have a question though: how long do you think this will last in the refrigerator after it's made? I'd like to make a batch and have it on hand.

  78. This is excellent! I even went lower and used low fat blue cheese crumbles from Sunny Select and it was fantastic! Thank you Thank you Thank you

  79. Gina, what is the sodium content, I am trying to watch my sodium.

  80. I made this the other day and it was very good!

  81. I thought this came out very tasty. I halfed the recipe and used this on a buffalo chicken wrap that I made. Definitely better than the store bottle at 120 cal for 2 tbsp and so much more fresher.

  82. This dressing it fantastic!! Even my boyfriend agreed that it's the best blue cheese dressing he's ever tasted. I went back to the grocery for more yogurt today so I can double the recipe tonight and have plenty to have on hand for salads and dip!!

  83. Thank You Thank You Thank You! Another amazing recipe!

  84. I just made this to go with your buffalo stuffed chicken breast and am floored!! I will never eat bottled blue cheese dressing again! Thanks again for another hit that's full of flavor and easy on the hips!! 🙂

  85. This was delicious with your Buffalo Chicken Wraps, and with a salad the next day. We'll definitely make this again!

  86. This dressing is delicious, does not taste lo cal at all!! And only 1 WW point for 2 TBS. I've finally found my dressing!

  87. I made this dressing last night and was totally blown away by how much it tastes like full fat, luscious bleu cheese dressing. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  88. I made this tonight and it is outta sight!!! Delicious, and doesn't taste low fat funky at all!! Thanks again, Gina.

  89. I kind of cringed when I read that it used both 1 Tablespoon of vinegar and lemon juice. It was just way too sour for me. I thinned it out with a little milk, but the flavor just did not do it for me. I guess I'll try the milk and sour cream idea. Sorry, Gina.

  90. Also good with a splash of worsteshire sauce!

  91. I made this today with the Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Wraps – AMAZING!!!!!

  92. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this dressing! I've been using it as a dip for my veggies, as well as a dressing for my salads. It tastes great, is low in Points and I don't even miss my fat-filled dressings with this recipe around. Thank you SO much for all your fabulous recipes. You're quite amazing! 🙂

  93. Made this the other day. It is the best blue cheese dressing I have ever tasted. I had it three days in a row on lettuce wedges. My whole family loved it . From now on it will be the only blue cheese dressing I will ever use. Followed the recipe to the letter and it did not separate even after being in the fridge for three days.

  94. Hi Gina, New to your blog and really can't wait to try lots of recipes. I did try the bleu cheese dressing last night, and like another commenter, it was very tangy and it was thick. Do you have any suggestions for how to counter those two things? Thank you so much! I just love bleu cheese dressing but couldn't eat it before due to high fat and calories!!

  95. Reading the above comments makes me LOL because after I made and tried this dip last night i thought "this is the best blue cheese dressing I have ever had and I have had them all." Kudos to you, seriously.

  96. @ gina – do you think i could use red wine vinegar instead of the white wine?

  97. Gina, how long can this be kept in the fridge? I know fresh dressings don't last as long as their preservative-filled counterparts, but I'm not sure how much shorter their life-span is.

  98. To say that this dressing is amazing is a total understatement! I am in love!!

  99. I made this to go with my dinner salad and I am just floored! So yummy and flavorful. The low calories and fat grams are just an extra feature. Yum Yum Yum

  100. I made this today and it is unbelieveable. I made it with FF Greek yogurt and reduced fat blue cheese crumbles. It was so good on my salad tonight. I can't wait to try it with wings!! thanks!! I love this website!!

  101. This dressing is divine. Made it for Super Bowl dinner to go with carrots and celery. Unreal! Hard to stop at one serving though. Used FF Greek yogurt as others suggested. If you like blue cheese, you have to try this! Does not taste low fat at all.

  102. This is a keeper! My husband loves blue cheese and he couldn't believe it was low fat. As did other reviewers, I made this with Greek FF yogurt. We had this with carrots and celery as a dip – the only hard part is stopping at one serving size 🙂

  103. I'm new to your blog, tonight we made 3 of your recipes! They were awesome! My husband can't stand blue cheese dressings, and I LOVE it, but not the low cal ones! This one was so good! Even approved by my blue cheese-hater husband! I did use fat free greek yogurt, and it was perfect! Thanks for the great website!

  104. I am a HUGE blue cheese dressing lover….but trying to watch my calorie intake kind of makes this dressing a non-option…..UNTIL NOW!! Made this dressing today and it was AWESOME!! Can't wait to have a salad again tomorrow for lunch to add this deliciousness to it!

  105. My husband and I LOVED this recipe, and he usually hates "low-fat" versions of dressings. I used nonfat Greek yogurt and a vegan low-fat mayo. He did comment on the tanginess, but I think the minor modifications I suggest on my blog would take care of that. I'm looking forward to trying more of your recipes!

  106. Used this on iceberg wedges. It was super tangy! Maybe I measured something wrong? I used a bit of sugar to counter the sour and my family was able to eat it along with me. Thanks for all your wonderful posts!

  107. This dressing is fabulous! I love your website and tell everyone about it.

  108. It's "bleu" cheese, not "blue" cheese.

  109. Thank you, I just made this and completely impressed my in-laws.

    : )

    Made mini wedge salads as a fantastic side to the Kalua Pork sandwiches.

  110. Love this dressing. I'm using it tonight to dunk the zucchini sticks

  111. This is dressing is amazing. I made it the other night and let it sit for 24 hours so it can all mix well together. Oh wow I will make this again for sure. Thank You for the recipe, I have been trying to find a low point dressing but could not find one that I like.

  112. I make this salad dressing at least once a week. Your website is a Godsend!

  113. I made this with feta last night and a friend made the blue cheese! We shared – Both delish and wonderful – out for some iceberg and tomatoes and bacon – for a beautiful wedge salad. Thanks for all these great recipes!

  114. Red Head, Feta would make a nice Greek dressing!

    Let me recheck the carbs, it's probably a typo…

    Blossom, glad I can help! I don't recall about the metal, why do you ask?

  115. This is in response to the break down of the dressing – did you have it in a metal bowl or leave a metal spoon in it?
    Love this – thank you! I could never stick to a diet and because of your site and sparks I am satified!

  116. Fabulous recipe and definitely going to try it, but recheck the carb count. If it's 41 calories it couldn't be 29 carbs (that's 116 calories alone). Maybe 2.9?

  117. This was so delicious. I added just a bit of non fat milk to make it a little thinner. I also used FF greek yogurt.

  118. Gina, what do you think about using feta instead of blue cheese? I thought it would be pretty comparable in flavor, but have some doubts. Thanks!

  119. I just made this and it is awesome! Being on WW I miss the creamy dressings. This is fantastic. I used ff greek yogurt since I didn't have the other and it was great! Made our favorite salad, the wedge. Thanks again Gina!

  120. Mmmm I just made this!! It is DELISH! I have Buffalo skinless Chicken Breasts baking in the oven and made a nice bath of Blue Cheese to with. I also made a yummy Spinach Salad as well because I don't typically keep iceberg on hand. Dinner will be yummy tonight! (if I stop dipping carrots in it!!)

  121. I'm very excited to see this recipe, thank you for posting it! Will try it soon!

  122. It does seem high in carbs, I'll double check that.

  123. Is that correct on the carb amount? Seems like a lot to me. So will this not work with a low carb diet?

  124. I read this recipe yesterday…and knew I wanted to make it last night. I ran to the store and got "all" the ingredients so I could make it. BUT I forgot the vinegar. So I made it as you suggested with adding the same amount of water as you would vinegar. Turned out delicious. AND, I added only 1/2 of the blue cheese and left out the salt. I was awesome. No doubt that Gina's recipe made properly is better, but I thought mine was tasty…and probably an smidge less in points 🙂

  125. I'm coming to your house for dinner!! 😉

  126. I just made this for tonights dinner…buffalo chicken drumsticks and I am going to make a wedge salad! So excited and it tastes sooooo good!

  127. Made this tonight and loved it! Tasted light but decadent. Can't wait to eat leftovers with veggies tomorrow at work! Yum!

  128. Maybe I'll try Greek yogurt next time.

  129. @Sharon, yes! Buttermilk and sour cream work well too.

    @myra- that's strange, it should remain creamy, even the next day. Not sure what went wrong. I never had that problem, in fact I have a fresh batch in my fridge from yesterday and it's fine.

  130. I made this and it tasted great. The problem was I mixed it, covered it and placed it in the fridge while I made the salad. Some kind of chemical reaction occurred and when I took it out (about 30 minutes later), the conisstency had broken down and it was now as thin as water. Did I do something wrong?

    • myra — I was having the same problem. I found a tip somewhere that said you should keep your dressing in a mason jar, or any glass jar for that matter, and it has since worked for me! Not sure what the reasoning is…

  131. I made this tonight and I thought it was a good start but too 'yogurty'. Another low fat recipe uses 2 oz yogurt, 2 oz fat free sour cream and 2 oz buttermilk. I may try that variation next time. I also added fresh tarragon as new shoots are just poking up.

  132. low fat has never looked so good! fantastic photo.

  133. I LOVE wedge salads with blue cheese! This looks delicious, can't wait to try it!

  134. Glad you liked it!


  136. It's even better the next day!

  137. Gina, you are a genius!! This dressing is so good and doesn't taste one bit low fat. Thanks!

  138. I like the idea of added roasted spring onions!! This is a much healthier alternative to traditional blue cheese dressing. Hope you all like it!

  139. Is such a delicious recipe. I love it !

  140. I am a huge Blue Cheese fan! Just made this recipe and it was amazing!

  141. Wow!! This sounds yummy! My husband is on WW, and his all-time fav dressing is Bleu Cheese, so… he'll love this!
    I'm loving your blog, and am a subscriber. Keep the yummy goodness coming!

  142. OMG! I'm going to try this out right away! I only want to ever have blue cheese dressing…with everything!

  143. This looks AMAZING!! I will definitely be making it soon. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  144. I'm going to try this with grilled buffalo chicken breast tonight! Yummy!

  145. Wow it looks really really good and healthy. I wanna try this one.

  146. i make one similar but reduce make it healthier. it's amazing! skip the mayo. mix in olive oil. also, use non-fat greek yogurt instead of plain yogurt.

    sometimes if i plan ahead, i actually roast spring onions (chopped) or green onions (chopped) w/ olive oil and then mix that into the blue cheese dressing (no need to double up on the EVOO). i always get rave reviews on that one!

  147. I *love* blue cheese, but I don't love the calories. I can't wait to try this. It looks and sounds delicious!

  148. MMM, looks great. Easy too! Tried your Chipotle Rice today. Hubby and I loved it!!

  149. this looks real good….I love blue cheese dressing

  150. Yum! Can't wait to try this!

  151. Thanks for sharing this low fat recipe. It's no doubt we both love blue cheese!

  152. I am excited to try this. I make your green goddess one all the time!

  153. This sounds fantastic – and so simple to make! Blue Cheese is one of my favourite dressings – it has such a flavour punch

  154. I love blue cheese dressing! Thanks! 🙂