This vegan Tzatziki sauce is super simple to make and ticks all the dietary boxes. Soy-free, dairy-free, paleo, and Whole30 approved. It is thick and creamy with lovely garlic and a fresh cucumber flavor. It is a perfect dairy-free Tzatziki sauce recipe to add to a vegan appetizer platter or to use in falafel sandwiches.
Tzatziki is a Greek dipping sauce made traditionally with Yogurt, Cucumber, and Mint. But here I am sharing a vegan version with coconut yogurt.
I am so excited about the upcoming summer! I love the flavor of summer food. That is finally the time of the year when you can enjoy tons of fresh herbs and vegetables. And as a French girl for me, summer is all about eating Mediterranean food. I always had a passion for Greek food and while I traveled to Greece I fell in love with Tzatziki.
It is a very healthy fresh summer dip that you can use it as a sauce in a sandwich or as a dipping sauce with vegetables.
All you need is 6 basic ingredients that we all have in the pantry and fridge. I love to serve this dip on my Friday finger food platter with a homemade avocado dip – recipe here, nuts, crackers, and raw vegetable sticks.
You can also add some grilled asparagus and fresh grapes as it is in season. It is usually made with Greek yogurt which I love but today I am sharing a dairy-free tzatziki option. I had many requests to see more dairy free dipping sauce on the blog. So this is another one!
This vegan tzatziki dip is not using tofu as many vegan versions do. It simply uses thick dairy-free coconut yogurt.
I used Coconut Collaborative Yogurt. It is a thick dairy-free yogurt made with coconut cream and very close in texture to Greek Yogurt.
I absolutely love the light coconut flavor it adds to this vegan tzatziki dip.
If you are not vegan or if you want a low-carb version of this Tzatziki, you can use simply swap the coconut yogurt for unsweetened Greek yogurt.
Any Greek yogurt works well if you want to reduce the carbs of your dip. I love to spread this vegan tzatziki sauce into sandwiches but it also makes a nice dip for kids lunch boxes or as a party appetizer.
Enjoy the recipe!
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