Easy Snacks Using Natrel Whipped Dip and Spread

Diana Chan September 25, 2018 product

Natrel just launched their whipped dip and spread in grocery stores across Canada. They are reinventing classic cottage cheese by adding a gourmet touch. It is whipped to a smooth and creamy consistency. It comes in 3 flavours – chive and garlic, roasted red pepper and plain.

Can’t go wrong with this high in protein and low in calories addition to your snack. I took these 3 flavours to make a few easy dishes to share with friends and family.

Veggie Dip

Using the Chive and Garlic Dip and Spread was great with veggies and crackers. All you have to do it buy some veggies and cut them up. The flavour enhances the vegetables and your guests don’t have to feel guilty about it since its lower in calories.

When I shared it with friends, they did enjoy the Chive and Garlic Dip and Spread. Even with potato chips or tortilla chips, its a great combination.


I love a good homemade toast and its a lot cheaper to make at home. I used the Roasted Red Pepper and Plain Whipped Dip and Spread as the base layer to my toast. Then I added items like avocado, tomatoes, corn, radishes, pea shoots, salt and pepper. Or if you like it plain with no toppings, you can do that too. There is no right or wrong way to make toast.

The fun part is being able to mix and match ingredients with different flavours to create something delicious.

Just remember, a good quality loaf of bread really makes the toast stand out because that’s your foundation.

Final Thoughts

There are definitely different dips and spreads out in the market but not that many that you can double up as a dip and spread. Very versatile and gives you more options to do more with it. As it is cottage cheese, you can feel good that its high in protein and low in fat. Plus it tastes good and made with 100% Canadian milk.

You can find this at most major grocery stores across Canada.


About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

1 Comment

  1. Connie Leung October 2, 2018 at 3:55 am

    The toast looks like restaurant-quality!! Mmmm!! The plain one would go nice w a big spread of strawberry chia jam 😃

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