Betty’s Herb Garden Tour + “The Real Deal” Dill Weed Dip Recipe

In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make a delicious *fat free* Dill Weed Dip. Since the dip uses seasonings and 2 herbs, Betty gives viewers a tour of her herb garden. There have been a lot of requests for low-calorie food lately, so I hope you enjoy this healthy dip–and the tour!!! Ingredients: 2/3 cup sour cream (I used fat-free.) 2/3 cup mayonnaise (I used fat-free.) 1 teaspoon minced onion 1 teaspoon fresh minced parsley or dried parsley flakes 1 teaspoon fresh minced dill weed or dried dill weed 1 teaspon beaumonde seasoning party rye bread slices or fresh vegetables, prepared for dipping Mix all ingredients and chill at least an hour. To serve, let guests spread the dip on party rye bread or dip fresh, prepared vegetables into it. It’s fat-free, healthy, and the taste is superb! This dip lets you enjoy letting go of those calories!!!

25 Responses to “Betty’s Herb Garden Tour + “The Real Deal” Dill Weed Dip Recipe”

  1. xyxboerogxyx says:

    betty looks like a chick i would like to lick her neck bones and shave her toe hairs and sprinkle it in my ice cream and eat it 😉

  2. bettyskitchen says:

    Thanks for all of your sweet compliments! I hope all of you are enjoying some of my recipes that I have collected over the years!
    –Betty 🙂

  3. richellebweber says:

    wow betty nice garden! nice house….nice car… u deserved everything! more blessings to come for youre such a nice person!

  4. bettyskitchen says:

    Thank you! I grew up on a farm, so I used to grow all of my vegetables and herbs. Now it’s just herbs–and a tomato plant that has given us hundreds of cherry tomatoes this summer! Thanks for your nice comment!
    –Betty 🙂

  5. bettyskitchen says:

    Hi BLT! I don’t know how this comment got past me–but I just now found it! I drive the Honda Accord, and we have one dog, a miniature poodle, Remy! (I think you know all this by now!!!)
    –Betty 🙂

  6. scratchylovesitchy says:

    wow fantasic garden … it’s absolutely huge and very beautiful .. lucky you 🙂

  7. skillerboi89 says:

    W00000000000000W WOW ur rich betty whitch car do u drive the jeep the car in the middle or the car on the other side?.

    and how manydogs do u have and what are they’re names? and how old are they cute 1 of them is remmy or something..
    thanks for commenting plz message me =)

  8. bettyskitchen says:

    Hi Alexis!
    That sounds wonderful! I hope I can find the greek style yogurt–I want to try it! I’m always interested in any healthy substitutions! Thanks for a great tip!
    –Betty 🙂

  9. alexis19801 says:

    Hey Betty!

    Your recipe sounds great! What I usually do is use greek style yogurt (it is thicker b/c it is strained) in place of sour cream and mayonnaise. You may want to try it, it keeps the dip very healthy so you can eat as much as you want!


  10. bettyskitchen says:

    It has been a few years since I’ve had many herbs–just a little cilantro, sage, thyme, and parsley. So, I am really enjoying all the additional herbs this summer! I am getting ripe cherry tomatoes now, as well! I enjoyed your comment!
    –Betty 🙂

  11. musaverde says:

    i love herbs, too!i try to cultivate them, especially basil and parsley, you know, i’m in italy 😉

  12. bettyskitchen says:

    Thanks! I’m in Kentucky–kind of the middle of the country. Thanks for viewing the herb garden and commenting!
    –Betty 🙂

  13. sweetcherrycrumble says:

    Beautiful garden and gorgeous scenery – i’ve forgotten where abouts in USA you are?

  14. bettyskitchen says:

    Thanks for the compliments! Thank your for viewing and commenting! (I haven’t forgotten your request–I just have a lot that are backed up.)
    –Betty 🙂

  15. kosh2001 says:

    looks good,’re looking really good too, Sorry

  16. bettyskitchen says:

    I will be happy to view your video, rate and comment on it! Thanks for the compliment!
    –Betty 🙂

  17. savewithfun says:

    Dear bettyskitchen
    Great Video! Love it!

    If you comment, rate, and favorite my video
    I will subscribe you!


    P.S. You are also helping the world, GREAT JOB!

  18. bettyskitchen says:

    I hope you like the dip! Tomorrow I will be uploading a huge relish tray to use with the dip–several garnish-type things, as well. I’m glad you liked the herb garden. I was afraid that after all the hype I had given it, everyone would think it was pretty puny. I will be making some new dishes with herbs, but I promise not to use them every day! As always, I appreciate your loyal support.
    –Betty 🙂

  19. bettyskitchen says:

    Thank you, Jimmy. I’m glad I got to show you my home. I appreciate your faithfulness in watching my videos. I know they are sometimes long and tedious. I’m trying very hard to work on that! It took me about the first 100 or so before I was able to smile while I did my demonstration–still working on that, too! You make me smile. 🙂
    –Betty 🙂

  20. skabibble says:

    The dip looks great and I will definitely make it. I have to say I’m jealous of your herb garden, its really impressive:) Thanks Betty, I look forward to your future use of fresh herbs in recipes!!!

  21. JimmyMacLong says:

    It’s nice to see you using fresh herbs from your garden. You have such a beautiful house and garden. 🙂

  22. bettyskitchen says:

    Just to clarify the substitution of fresh herbs for dried herbs, the rule I follow is 1 tablespoon fresh herbs = 1 teaspoon ground dry herbs. I hope this helps!
    –Betty 🙂

  23. bettyskitchen says:

    Thanks for the tips, Patsy! I really like the idea of using the flavor from fresh herbs to replace the flavor most of us have become used to in fatty foods! Readers, please note! Thanks, Patsy!
    –Betty 🙂

  24. Patsymd says:

    When you do your substitutions with dry for fresh herbs, remember that you will need more DRY to equal FRESH. This is an important thing for folks to know. The other side is, if you can grow fresh herbs, you can use the low fat stuff, because instead of FAT EQUALS FLAVOR you have FRESH (herbs) equal FLAVOR w/ Fat free ingredients!

  25. bettyskitchen says:

    The Crossfire is my husband’s car. He loves it–and I do, too! Thanks for viewing my recipes and for your sweet comment!
    –Betty 🙂

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