Rosemary Feta Dip

Before I dive into my awesome Rosemary Feta Dip recipe, I must be a Millennial and complain about my lack of access to certain technologies right now: I am without a phone. My Pixel 2 met its untimely demise at the hands of the blizzard that hit NYC yesterday. Well, perhaps it was the blizzard indirectly; if I had kept my balance, I might not have slipped and fell on my hip pocket which – I thought – safely housed said phone. I should be able to pick up my Pixel 5 either today or tomorrow, but living this life of not being able to scroll through Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and various news sources is…

…well, it’s fantastic. Nuts to all of that! Do I even WANT a new phone? Should I just live that wonderful life my father lives sans computer or phones, like a true hippie?

…nah, I think I’d actually miss Instagram after a while, but I’d give up the rest. HA!

OKAY. Enough with the First World Problems. Back to the Rosemary Feta Dip.

A few months back, when I did my Bud Light Seltzer #UnquestionablyGoodPairings campaign, I whipped up a tasty little dip to go along with it in my photos.

“Is it Rosemary Feta Dip?” you may ask?

Well, I think you’ve figured out this whole post already. What gave it away? 😏

I wanted a chance to formally share it, because it is absolutely delicious, and if you are the type of watch the Super Bowl – be it for the actual game, the halftime show, or the commercials – it’ll be nice to have a few snacks in front of your television or computer screen. This is an easy dip to make for the Super Bowl, or anytime, frankly! It keeps well in the fridge for a few days, and I love to eat it with some crackers or sesame sticks.

Let’s get snacking! (Safety. At home. With no one outside of your household. Pandemic still, y’all.)

Rosemary Feta Dip

Rosemary Feta Dip


  • 6 oz. crumbled Feta (Go for authentic! Look for that PDO label!)
  • 4 oz. cream cheese, softened at room temperature
  • 3 tablespoons olive oil (Go for a milder flavored olive oil)
  • 1/2 teaspoon fresh minced rosemary
  • 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
  • A hearty squeeze of lemon juice
  • Salt, to taste


1.) Combine all ingredients in a bowl until thoroughly combined. Serve immediately or store in fridge for up to five days; bring dip up to room temperature and give a thorough stir to reconstitute all of the ingredients. (See? Told you this was easy!)

NOTE: This recipe was related to a sponsored post I did for Bud Light Seltzer in December 2020. This recipe is an original creation, and all opinions of Bud Light Seltzer are my own. And I love their Cranberry Flavor. YUH!

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