This 3-ingredient peanut butter yogurt dip is sweet, salty and best of all, healthy! It comes together in just a matter of minutes.
Your entire family will will go nuts for this dip, and that’s ok, because it’s wholesome, protein-packed and super easy to make. For more delectable dips, try Homemade Queso Dip, Artichoke Dip, and Pineapple Mango Salsa.
3 Ingredient Fruit Dip
I’m always on the hunt for healthy snack ideas. Lately we’ve been eating a lot of hummus and veggies, cheese, crackers, nuts, and yogurt. I wanted to make something different for the kids, something that would feel like a treat but that was actually healthy.
This was the perfect solution. 3 ingredients, one bowl and less than 5 minutes.
The three ingredients you’ll need for this dip are honey, nut butter and yogurt. I used Justin’s honey peanut butter blend along with Stonyfield’s greek vanilla yogurt, which gave this dip a creamy, nutty flavor that I loved.
Since Justin’s nut butters are on the thicker side, the dip turned out extra fluffy, almost frosting-like. My kids totally loved it.
Just Mix and Enjoy!
MIX. Add all ingredients to a medium bowl and beat with a hand mixer until smooth and creamy. Depending on the thickness of your nut butter, you may need to add a splash of milk.
Note: Depending on the brand of nut butter (blend) you use, yours might not be a thick. If you prefer a silkier dip, simply add a splash of milk and mix it until it’s incorporated. For something even more decadent, try using a chocolate nut butter blend or adding a bit of cocoa powder to the dip. Yummm!
- fresh fruit
- graham crackers
- granola clusters
- Nilla Wafers
- Honey: As a honey alternative use agave instead of honey to make it just a little bit healthier.
- Nut Butter: The reason we encourage natural peanut butter is because it is a bit runnier than traditional peanut butter. You can use other nut butters like sunflower seed, cashew, or almond.
- Yogurt: To make it sweeter, consider using a traditional vanilla yogurt, as opposed to Greek yogurt. Traditional yogurts are higher in sugar.
- Less Sugar: If you are worried about the level of sugar consider using plain Greek yogurt and agave instead of honey.
STORE in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
This dip will turn into an ice cream consistency after you FREEZE them, so keep that in mind if you want to repurpose your leftovers.
Other fruit dishes:
- Sugar cookie fruit pizzas
- Rainbow fruit and yogurt parfaits
- How to make crepes
- Peach cobbler
- Apple crisp
3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Yogurt Dip Recipe
- 10.6 oz Greek Vanilla Yogurt - most single-serving containers are 5.3 oz
- ½ cup Justin's Honey Peanut Butter Blend - or any other peanut butter/nut butter blend
- 1 tbsp. honey or maple syrup
- Add all ingredients to a medium bowl and beat with a hand mixer until smooth and creamy. Depending on the thickness of your nut butter, you may need to add a splash of milk.
- Serve with fresh fruit, pretzels, graham crackers, or granola clusters. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
I’m partnering with Justin’s and Stonyfield as a member of their Clean Plate Club to bring you today’s recipe. I received this product for review, all opinions are my own. Thank you for helping me work with brands I love!