Greek Yogurt Sandwich Spread

Looking for something to dress up your sandwich without overloading in calories and fat? Try my creamy and tangy Greek Yogurt Sandwich Spread! It’s delicious and my husband didn’t even know he was eating healthier!

Want to dress up your sandwich and stay skinny too Try my creamy Greek Yogurt Sandwich Spread! Delicious!

Anyone else living on salad, sandwiches and grilled food?  Me too!! In addition to our “little dairy” we farm about 1500 acres of ground.  It keeps our whole family busy.  This past week we have spent lots of hours in the fields.  I try to be a good mom and have something ready for lunch.  Often times the boys need lunch on the go.  So, I break out the sandwiches.  I  like a sandwich with lots of “sauce” on it.  No dry sandwiches around here!!  So I created this spread that is super tasty and doesn’t make me feel like I need to jog a few miles at the end of the day!!

Sandwich Spread Ingredients, Sandwich Spread with Greek Yogurt

There’s really not much too it, my kind of recipe.  Mix together Greek Yogurt and mustard. Add some fresh ground pepper, salt and paprika.  Keep mixing until it’s smooth. Refrigerate until lunch time or for about a week.

Sandwich Spread with Greek Yogurt

  We’ve been eating my Greek Yogurt Sandwich Spread for a long time and it’s still a winner! We use it on cheeseburgers, as a dip for chicken nuggets, on wraps, and mixed with chicken for chicken salad. Once you have it in the fridge it’s ready to be used in so many different ways. Get a batch whipped up!

Greek Yogurt Sandwich Spread
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This spread is creamy, a little tangy and adds lots of personality to your sandwiches.
Recipe type: Sandwiches, Spreads
Serves: 8
  • ⅓ c. plain Greek yogurt
  • 2 t. yellow mustard
  • dash paprika
  • dash salt
  • dash freshly ground pepper
  1. Mix all ingredients until smooth and combined. Chill until ready to serve.
  2. Spread on sandwiches. Refrigerate leftovers.

Amy Engberson About Amy Engberson

I live on a dairy with my husband and three boys. Although we are in the business of raising cattle, we really are in the business of raising boys. I am passionate about catching up with each other at meal times. My love language is food. And I hope that my men feel the love in every bite.


  1. Elaine Duckett says:

    This is too cute, but you used little boy mustard instead of big boy mustard. Oh well.

    Whenever you order a deli platter from Albertson’s they put a little plastic tub of a spread in the middle, I think you are on to something.

    I agree with you, no dry “samishes” around here.

    You are a good Mom, and I know you help Justin outside a lot too. I am sure the men folk in your life love eating at your house, whether it is breakfast, lunch, even if it is on the go, and dinner. Your love for them is easy to see, and what a way to share your love.

    Maybe someday you could post a picture of your garden. What a showcase for Eastern Idaho.

    Enjoy the rest of your summer, August will be here tomorrow. YIKES.


  2. Thank you for sharing your Greek Yogurt sandwich spread recipe. LOVE the name of your site. God bless!

  3. Try to add quite a bit of cumin, dry coriander and just a hint of honey. Plus a bit of tumeric will give you alot of color. It is still the healthy and light sauce you need, without many calories but with a heavenly taste. Since I am greek I can guarantee it!!! We know about good food!!

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