I love a good chip n' dip, and am always on the look out for low-fat versions of any type of dip that can be used as an alternative to those oh so naughty full fat type.
I often buy Chris's or Josephine's Tzatziki dip (cucumber and yoghurt) or you can make it yourself if you have time. It is predominantly made up of (low fat) yoghurt, crushed garlic, finely chopped cucumber, a dash of oil, salt and pepper.
Another alternative, is my home-made pineapple dip which is cottage cheese or low fat philadelphia cheese with a can of well drained crushed pineapple, with a pinch of salt.
There is alot of things you can throw together to make a yummy low fat dip; the only limits apart from the calories, is your imagination. So go on....go crazy and experiment; it's fun and can lead you to discover taste buds you never knew you had!