The creamy and delicious Yogurt Fruit Dip is protein packed, easy to make, and the perfect healthy snack!
Why You’ll Love this Yogurt Fruit Dip
It’s so easy to make – all you need are a few ingredients and a few minutes to whip up this quick and easy snack. When you’re hungry and also pressed for time this dip is perfect!
It’s protein packed – the combination of Greek yogurt, protein powder, and creamy peanut butter makes this dip a protein packed powerhouse snack that will help keep you full.
It’s the perfect healthy snack – I love this fruit dip because it’s packed with protein, healthy fats, and made with all natural sweetener. It’s also a great way to get more fruit in your diet! More Reader Favorite Dip Recipes
Greek Yogurt: the base of this dip is plain non-fat Greek yogurt. It’s smooth, creamy, has a good amount of protein to help make this a filling snack.
Protein Powder: to make this dip even more nutritious, and protein-packed, I like to add a scoop of plain/unflavored or vanilla protein powder.
Peanut Butter: be sure to use a creamy all-natural peanut butter for this recipe that’s made with just peanuts.
Maple Syrup: this sweetens the dip just a bit. If you’re using a protein powder that is sweetened you might need less maple syrup.
Vanilla Extract: this adds just a hint of vanilla flavor to the fruit dip.
Cinnamon: just a bit of ground cinnamon adds the perfect finish of flavor and works well with the peanut butter. You can top the yogurt dip with a sprinkle of cinnamon as well.
Yogurt – I like to use nonfat yogurt for this recipe but feel free to swap low-fat or whole milk if you prefer. If you like you could swap the plain yogurt for vanilla Greek yogurt.
Protein Powder – plain or vanilla protein powder or my favorite choices for this dip as it doesn’t change the flavor too drastically. If you prefer you could leave out the protein powder altogether.
Peanut Butter – don’t love peanut butter? swap it for almond butter or cashew butter.
Maple Syrup – you can swap the maple syrup for honey or another liquid sweetener of your choice. Feel free to add more or less sweetener depending on your preference. Helpful Kitchen Tools
How to Make a Yogurt Dip for Fruit
Step One: Add all of the ingredients to medium-sized mixing bowl.
Step Two: Whisk together until well combined and the dip is smooth and creamy.
Step Three: Transfer to a serving dish and top with a sprinkle of cinnamon.
Step Four: Serve with fresh fruit and enjoy!
This yogurt fruit dip pairs well with so many different fruit so the serving possibilities are endless. Even, celery sticks pair well with this dip! Here are a few of my favorite fruits to serve with this dip:
red and green apple slices
How to Store
Store this yogurt fruit dip in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days.
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1 1/2 cups nonfat plain greek yogurt
1 scoop plain protein or vanilla protein powder
1/4 cup creamy all-natural peanut butter
3 tablespoons maple syrup
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
red and green apple slices
Add all of the ingredients to medium-sized mixing bowl.
Whisk together until well combined and the dip is smooth and creamy.
Transfer to a serving dish and top with a sprinkle of cinnamon.
Serve with fresh fruit and enjoy!
Keywords: yogurt fruit dip, yogurt dip for fruit, fruit dip with yogurt
Recipe by: Ashlea Carver / All the Healthy Things | Photography by: Eat Love Eat