This simple and amazing Greek feta dip appetizer not only takes just minutes to prepare, it will make you look like a total rockstar with it’s deliciousness!

Sometimes recipes come along that seriously slap you upside the head with their deliciousness.

This beyond-simple Greek feta dip is just such a one. I’m not kidding when I say that it is the most amazing appetizer in the universe.

A white tray of Greek feta dip with sliced baguettes in the background.

You better sit down though, because not only is it killer in the taste department but it only takes 8 1/2 minutes to put together (less if you have mad chopping skills).

Could there be better news? Yummy and fast? I think not.

I’ve seen this recipe floating around Pinterest for years. And subsequently have spent hours in self-imposed time out for not trying it out sooner.

Do not be like me.

The simple combination of creamy feta, fresh tomatoes, a touch of spicy green onions or chives, and flavorful Greek seasoning needs to be in your life whether you know it or not.

Throw the heavenly mixture on top of soft baguette slices and you can see my breakfast, lunch and dinner dreams for the next month.

A sliced baguette topped with a Greek feta dip.

Speaking of feta, let’s talk for a second. Having experienced both sides of the feta crumble, if you will, there is no comparison between using precrumbled feta and feta cheese that comes in a block.

You’ve gotta go with the block of feta. Trust me on this.

It is a million times creamier and softer and makes a world of difference for this appetizer recipe. Since I’ve made this dip an embarrassing number of times over the last couple weeks, I’ve easily found blocks of feta at Trader Joe’s and at my everyday grocery store in the specialty cheese case (although it’s a great deal cheaper at TJ’s).

And since one of my main talents is giving advice, let me offer another tidbit besides the feta: using a baguette or loaf of bread that’s slightly on the soft side (instead of the kind that may or may not have a crust that hacks mercilessly into the top of your mouth whilst chewing) is key to looking like a complete rock star with this dish.

(This homemade Rustic Crusty bread formed into thinner loaves/baguettes would do the trick and earn you about a bazillion of those rock star points, FYI).

I’ve also included some notes below the recipe title about Greek seasoning, the details of which I won’t bore you with right this very second but if you are interested in an MSG-free version, check out that section.

Mostly, I just want you to know, friend-to-friend, that this may be the only thing I will ever bring to your party if/when you invite me from now until forevermore.

White tray full of a Greek feta tomato dip.

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Amazing and Simple Greek Feta Dip

4.67 stars (83 ratings)


  • 2-3 tablespoons olive oil
  • 3-4 about 1 1/2 cups Roma tomatoes, chopped
  • 2 green onions or a bunch of chives, finely chopped (about 1/4 cup)
  • 8 ounces feta cheese (see note)
  • 2 teaspoons Greek seasoning (see note)
  • White or regular balsamic vinegar, optional
  • Sliced baguette for serving


  • Drizzle the olive oil over a plate or platter. Add the tomatoes and green onions or chives and crumble the feta cheese over the top. Sprinkle on the Greek seasoning and toss lightly to combine. Drizzle with balsamic vinegar, if using (just a teaspoon or so to start – add more to taste).
  • Serve the dip with soft, sliced baguettes (pita chips are delicious, too).


Feta Cheese: I’ve made this dip at different times with the precrumbled feta cheese and again with a block of feta cheese and there’s no comparison – the block of feta cheese is soft and creamy and perfect while the precrumbled cheese is much, much more dry. If you can get your hands on a block of feta cheese, use it. I found mine at Trader Joe’s and also in the specialty cheese case at my very every day grocery store.
Greek Seasoning: Cavender’s Greek seasoning is a very popular storebought brand. I’ve used it a time or two in this recipe but for inquiring minds, it does contain MSG. Lately, I’ve used a simple homemade Greek seasoning that I keep in a repurposed spice jar in my pantry. This dip is so delicious, it’s worth keeping the homemade Greek seasoning around. I use this basic recipe on, omitting the cornstarch, dialing down the cinnamon a bit (probably a heaping 1/2 teaspoon) and I don’t blend it – I just combine in the jar.
Serving: 1 Serving, Calories: 152kcal, Carbohydrates: 4g, Protein: 6g, Fat: 13g, Saturated Fat: 6g, Cholesterol: 34mg, Sodium: 425mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 2g

Recipe Source: adapted from Christy at The Girl Who Ate Everything by way of Clover Lane