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Creamy Cucumber Spread Recipe

A few weeks ago, I received an e-mail from Wasa offering me a sample of their products and an opportunity for you to win one, too!  I had heard of the brand before, but never tried their products.  But, seriously, could I have turned down the opportunity to try free, salty, crunchy, and healthy food?  No way, man.
So, I replied that I would be honored to try their product and a few days later, I received this lovely little package…
Creamy Cucumber Spread Recipe : So Very Blessed
They had a ton of different flavors!  There are basically two basic kinds that they offer: crispbread or flatbread.  I instantly fell in love with both flavors (sesame and rosemary) of the flatbreads.  They are just as thin and crispy as the box claims!  They are just salty enough and their flavors are just fabulous.  I liked the flatbreads the best, but Daniel preferred the crispbread.  They are much thicker and more hearty.  He liked the multi grain the best, but they also have light rye and whole grain.
Creamy Cucumber Spread Recipe : So Very Blessed
So, of course, I had to come up with a recipe for the flatbreads!  I was initially trying to come up with a new recipe I hadn’t tried yet.  My first thought was to make a quinoa tabbouleh, but it just so happened that my good friend, Laurie, had just made exactly that and we both preferred the traditional bulgur to the quinoa.
And then, I remembered a fabulous spread that my mom used to make for me.  I used to inhale the stuff (okay, I didn’t really inhale it…that probably wouldn’t have gone over so well with my lungs)!  It was fresh and creamy and absolutely perfect for the rosemary flatbreads (which, by the way, totally taste like the amazing bread that they serve at Macaroni Grill).
Creamy Cucumber Spread Recipe : So Very Blessed
Creamy Cucumber Spread Recipe & A Giveaway!
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Ingredients

  • 1 cucumber, peeled, seeded, grated, & drained (drain the cucumber well, otherwise the spread will be runny)
  • 8 oz cream cheese, softened
  • 2 tsp mayonnaise (we use Miracle Whip, because we love the tangy zip!)
  • 1/2 tsp sugar
  • generous pinch of seasoned salt

Instructions

  1. Mix ingredients well and refrigerate at least 1 hour.
  2. Enjoy!
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Creamy Cucumber Spread Recipe : So Very Blessed
If you’re not into cucumber spread, try a bit of pesto!  Or top it with a little bit of tomato sauce, chicken, and cheese to make a mini chicken parmesan!  Or put a little bit of mayo, deli meat, and cheese an open face flatbread sandwich!
There are a million and one things you could top the sesame crackers with, but I chose to go with jicama (my current obsession), green onion, and just a drop of low sodium soy sauce.
The Giveaway!

And now, it’s your turn!  If you’d like to win your own Wasa prize pack (including Wasa products, a pen, and a “Cooking with Crispbreads” cookbook), there are two ways to enter.

1.  Leave me a comment letting me know what you would top your Wasa with!  Make sure you leave your e-mail address in your comment so I can contact you if you win!

2.  “Like” the Wasa Facebook page and leave me a comment letting me know you did (or already do!).

The winner will be selected using a random number generator.  I will contact the winner by e-mail and they will have 48 hours to respond before I select another winner to take their place.  The contest is open to US residents only.

The giveaway will close on Thursday, March 22nd at 11:59pm PST.

Good Luck!
Giveaway closed!

Wasa sent me the products shown to review.  There was no other compensation and, as much as I appreciated the free products, they did not influence my opinions whatsoever – these are my true feelings. 🙂 

This Post Has 29 Comments
  1. I've been a wasa fan for a long time! You can top this stuff with anything i think my favorites are probably veggie cream cheese or peanut butter.
  2. I've been a Wasa fan for a couple of years now. My all time favorite topping is peanut butter and banana slices. But now I can't wait to try your cucumber dip. Thanks for the recipe.
  3. I've never seen your blog before, but it's super cute. I have at least 2 boxes of the crispbread at home (sale!) and 1 of the rosemary flatbread. My kids like the crispbread and I like the flatbread. We usually put butter on it because I just haven't taken the time to be creative so I am super excited to try the dip!
  4. I am definitely going to try your creamy cucumber spread. It looks delicious. I would make my garlic dip for wasa flatbread or the crispbread. The Rosemary seems like it would be amazing.
    The garlic dip recipe is:
    sour cream 8 oz or 16 oz
    cottage cheese-8 oz or 16 oz
    (equal amounts of sour cream and cottage cheese)
    mince 1 bud of garlic-
    add milk to get right texture
    This garlic dip is sooo delicious.
  5. How do you seed and drain a cucumber? :D this dip sounds amazing. I'd use this on the flatbreads ;) I think you have my email and I'll go ahead and like the wasa page. why not try something new? :)
  6. That was so cool of Wasa to do that! I liked their FB page! And I will be trying your cucumber dip...but I would also top mine with raspberry preserves! But not at the same time! lol! Cucumber and raspberry...no way! My email address is lilliancooks@yahoo.com
  7. apparently this cucumber dip is highly recommended ;) Otherwise I would probably make mini sandwiches (peanut butter or something along those lines)

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  8. You are amazing to just come up with recipes all the time! I haven't tried Wasa before, but they sound delicious! I would definitely be up for trying out the cucumber dip, otherwise just hummus or cheese would probably be tasty. Pretty sure you have my email or can get it on FB. :o)
  9. We LOVE the Wasa Sesame Flatbread and a close second is the Light and Crispy one. I like to put a thin layer of butter and bits of chicken seasoned with salt, garlic powder and onion powder. It is SO good and for a lunch has much lower carbs than bread. I have toasted the light and crispy Wasa with a bit of cheese on top - YUM. I bought some cream cheese with onions and chives to try this week!
  10. I'd love to win your contest! Love the Wasa products! :) I really enjoy topping them with Mediterranean things like hummus, olives, roasted red peppers, feta, Greek yogurt and artichokes!
    1. HA. Didn't realize this was from 2012. So probably don't enter me in your contest, but making this recipe tonight!
      1. Aw shucks! Sorry you missed it and sorry the post wasn't clear that the giveaway was closed! I just edited it, so that hopefully nobody else gets confused. :-) I really hope you like the spread, Kara!

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