3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Fruit Dip with Greek Yogurt
This simple, creamy peanut butter dip is SO fluffy, made with only 3 ingredients, and genuinely irresistible. All you have to do is stir together peanut butter, Greek yogurt, and a bit of honey or maple syrup in a bowl, but somehow it takes on this whipped texture that’s just amazing! The perfect peanut butter fruit dip to serve with apples, pretzels, or anything you like.
If you’ve ever dipped apples in peanut butter, this recipe takes that idea to a whole new level. Yes, it’s perfect for dipping fruits of all kinds, and even some veggies if you’re feeling adventurous. But the best thing about it is how the peanut butter seems to transform. Not only does it become sweeter, but it also becomes smoother, creamier, and fluffier!
Honestly, I could eat this peanut butter fruit dip by the spoonful, but it’s definitely made for snacking. Whether you’re looking for more nutritious options to satisfy your sweet and snacky cravings, or if you’ve got a picky eater at home who happens to love peanut butter, this dip is worth a try! Not only does it pack in more protein thanks to the Greek yogurt, tasty dips are a great way to encourage trying new foods.
You only need 3 ingredients, there’s only a tablespoon of honey or maple syrup in the entire recipe, and it’s just plain YUMMY. Serve it as an after school snack, pack it as part of a lunch, serve it up as an appetizer at a party, or just whip some up for yourself when a craving strikes!
½ cup plain Greek yogurt
⅓ cup peanut butter
1 Tbsp honey or maple syrup
How to Make Peanut Butter Dip
As I said, this peanut butter fruit dip can’t get any easier. Add Greek yogurt (plain and unsweetened is best), peanut butter, and honey or maple syrup to a bowl and mix to combine. Ta-da! A salty-sweet, creamy, fluffy dip is ready for devouring.
Serve it with your favorite dippers, or new foods you’re trying to encourage a picky eater to try! Pretzels and crackers can be great options, as are fruits like strawberries and apple slices. Personally, I also love carrots and peanut butter… Why not try serving it with some baby carrots and celery sticks?!Print