Peanut butter yogurt dip is the best healthy snack! This super easy recipe is made with 3 simple ingredients and comes together in just 5 minutes. It's perfect for dipping fresh fruit like apple slices, grapes, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and bananas. I also love eating it with graham crackers, nilla wafers or pretzels.
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No lie, sometimes I use this peanut butter fluff as a dip but there are moments when I eat it straight (or with a little granola on top). It's really good all by itself and definitely satisfies my sweet tooth!
I love that this recipe is keto friendly, low carb, high protein and full of healthy fats (which come from peanut butter - source: webmd)!
The protein comes mainly from Greek yogurt, which is truly one of my favorite ingredients to use in the kitchen. It's a great way to put a healthy spin on so many foods.
Try my Greek Yogurt Balsamic Dressing, Greek Yogurt Egg Salad or Healthy Greek Yogurt Chicken Salad! All three are fantastic.
Ingredients & Substitutions
- Nonfat, plain Greek yogurt: unflavored, regular yogurt is perfect for this recipe! Fage is my favorite brand but any will do. You can also use a higher fat content yogurt if preferred.
- Natural, creamy peanut butter: I prefer using natural PB with minimal ingredients, it tends to mix into this dip more easily. I look for brands made with just roasted peanuts and salt! However, any peanut butter will do the trick. You can also sub cashew butter, almond butter or even sun butter (as a nut free option)!
- Honey: or your sweetener of choice. Maple syrup and agave nectar are both good options.
How To Make Yogurt Peanut Butter Dip
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- Start by measuring all of your ingredients into a small bowl.
- You can bust our your hand mixer if you want, or simply use a whisk to combine ingredients. Mix fast and very well to fluff everything up.
- Transfer your dip to a serving bowl, if desired, and sprinkle with a little cinnamon or cocoa powder (completely optional, but delicious). Serve with sliced fruit, graham crackers, pretzels and more!
This sweet treat is the perfect party appetizer and excellent for midday grazing at home, but it's also an exciting lunchbox addition for kids and adults! Use a bento style box with dividers or fill a small lidded container with dip and use plastic baggies for other items. The perfect work or school snack!
Add cocoa powder: for a chocolate peanut butter version!
Add cinnamon: extra fun in the fall.
Chunky peanut butter: I like my dip smooth, but if you're a chunky peanut butter fan you can absolutely go this route.
Alternate nut butter: almond, cashew, or sun butter can all be used in this recipe!
Use peanut butter powder: peanut butter powder has way less calories than regular peanut butter! This recipe is already pretty healthy but it you want to make it even lighter, this is a great ingredient swap.
For less sugar/carbs: speaking of lightening things up, you can use sugar free agave syrup or monk fruit sweetener instead of honey.
Flavored yogurt: try vanilla Greek yogurt (or another flavor) to shake things up.
Transfer your dip to an airtight food storage container and refrigerate for up to 3-5 days.
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Greek Yogurt Peanut Butter Dip
- Small Mixing Bowl
- 1 & ½ cups plain, nonfat Greek yogurt *see note below
- ¼ cup peanut butter *creamy or crunchy *see note below
- 2 tablespoons honey *see note below
- Cinnamon or cocoa powder to sprinkle atop dip.
Recipe notes:Greek yogurt: I use plain, nonfat yogurt. Any fat content option will work and if you're wanting to shake things up, consider trying flavored yogurt (I'm sure a simple vanilla or vanilla bean would be excellent)! Peanut butter: or your favorite nut butter. Sun butter is a tasty option if you want to go nut free. You can also sub peanut butter powder to create a lighter version of this recipe. Honey: agave nectar or maple syrup will also work. You can use sugar free agave or monk fruit sweetener if you'd prefer a lower sugar dip.
- Measure Greek yogurt, peanut butter and honey into a small mixing bowl.
- Whisk fast and well to combine and fluff ingredients! You can even get your electric hand mixer out if you want, though I tend to stick to a whisk (less effort)!
- If desired, transfer your dip to a serving bowl and sprinkle with a little cinnamon or cocoa powder (optional but very delicious).
- Serve with sliced fruit, graham crackers, pretzels and more!
- Refrigerate leftovers in an airtight, food storage container for 3-5 days.
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I would have never thought of combining peanut butter and Greek yogurt. You are a genius! I can make this Sunday night and put it in small jars to take with me to work for lunch. Thank you. You made my life better.