This cute Scarecrow Veggie Tray and Vegetable Dip Recipe is a quick and easy vegetable dip recipe! A fun food idea for a fall themed or Thanksgiving vegetable tray.
Easy Scarecrow Veggie Tray and Vegetable Dill Dip Recipe
Each year for Thanksgiving, I love to come up with a new idea for a vegetable tray. Last year, I made a fun scarecrow veggie tray with dill dip, which was a big hit with the kids. It’s hard to beat my turkey vegetable tray, but I thought it turned out pretty cute!
This easy scarecrow vegetable tray idea could be used for any fall gathering or after school snack! I used Wheat Thins for a hat, filled a bowl with dill dip, then created straw hair from carrots, yellow peppers and celery.
You could do all kinds of cute scarecrow faces. I made it easy with cucumbers for eyes and yellow pepper for a mouth, but any type of vegetable would do!
Originally published October 14, 2013
Fun Food Veggie tray for kids!
Didn’t this Scarecrow Veggie Tray turn out cute? It would be perfect for the kids table at Thanksgiving! Involve your kids by letting them decorate his face and see what they come up with.
Get the Vegetable Dill Dip Recipe
This veggie dip is my go to recipe for vegetable dips! It’s very easy. I made it up after hiring a caterer to bring food to an event that I hosted. I was drooling over the dip they brought to my party and later recreated it for my blog. This is what came from my recreation of the delicious veggie dip. I hope you like it as much as we do in our home!
Scarecrow Veggie Tray and Vegetable Dip Recipe
- 1/2 cup Fat Free Sour Cream
- 1/2 cup Mayonnaise
- 8 oz. Light Cream Cheese
- 1 tablespoon Fresh Dill - minced
- 2 tablespoon Fresh Parsley - minced
- 1 tablespoon Dried Minced Onion
- 1 teaspoon Salt
- 1 cup Wheat Thin Crackers
- 1/2 cup Carrots - sliced
- 1/2 cup Yellow Peppers - sliced
- 1/2 cup Celery - sliced
- 2 slices Cucumbers
- 2 Blueberries
- Blend all ingredients together with an electric mixer. Serve refrigerated or at room temperature.
- Decorate as a scarecrow with crackers and veggies to your liking. I used Wheat Thins for a hat, filled a bowl with dill dip, then created straw hair from carrots, yellow peppers and celery.
- You could do all kinds of cute scarecrow faces. I made our scarecrow face easy with cucumbers for eyes, blueberries for pupils and yellow pepper for a mouth, but any type of vegetable would do!
- Chill platter and dip until ready to serve.
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It’s always fun to make a Turkey Vegetable tray!