Peanut Butter Fruit Dip Recipe
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This healthy peanut butter fruit dip rocks!!
I’m getting more and more ideas for recipes these days from Pinterest.com. It’s amazing what you can find on that web site. I would almost equate it with Google, only far more addictive!
Anyhoo, I found a recipe on Pinterest for Fruit Dip. There was almost nothing clean about it, but the concept certainly sparked my interest. So I gave it a shot.
I think this may quite possibly be Mini Chef’s favorite recipe so far of all the recipes I’ve made for him. He absolutely adores it and it’s such a great way to get some healthy nutrition into that growing body of his. And yes, I thought it was pretty tasty myself. In fact, it’s just as addictive as the web site I found the idea on!
It’s a wonderful dip to pack for lunch with some fruit or crackers or it can be used for dessert!
Note, I’ve got a chocolate version coming up in a few days that makes for a pretty convincing clean version of cake frosting! Delish!
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PEANUT BUTTER FRUIT DIP RECIPE:
Peanut Butter Fruit Dip
- ½ cup peanut butter (smooth is best)
- ½ cup Greek yogurt
- 2 tbsp. honey
- ¼ cup milk
- 2 tbsp. flax seed
- Whisk everything together until you have a smooth, creamy dip. Serve with fruit such as apples or strawberries.
- NOTE: if your peanut butter is runny, cut back on the milk. You want this to be dip, not peanut butter milk.
What kind of peanut butter do you recommend?
Skittlez – Any peanut butter that only has peanuts in the ingredient list. I get the Trader Joe’s brand.
DELICIOUS!!!! Especially with strawberries, but also had it with apples & celery!
Awesome! Glad you enjoyed it!
I am new at this, so i have been going through and pinning what recipes I want to try, and im glad i found this one cant wait to try it. Btw I love your site and all the effort you put in it. Thank you
My pleasure! I hope you’ll enjoy it!
What about using almond milk and almond butter? can’t use much dairy but can tolerate yogurt. I’m so looking forward to making this! I try at least one recipe a week and right now I’m up to the three 🙂 any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!!!
Sure! That would probably work just fine. Enjoy!
Yum, this sounds delicious! I love the addition of chia 🙂
How long is something like this good?
Not long. Maybe 1-3 days. Not that it goes bad that fast, it just looses something the longer it sits.
Can you recommend a clean peanut butter?
Tara – I get mine at Trader Joe’s. But I believe the Adam’s brand is a more popular brand and it’s sold in many stores.
I’m confused, you have non-fat greek yogurt, and non-fat milk in this recipe. But on your “what is clean eating” page, you state that whole fat is best and the less the fat the more processed. What am I missing? I only by the full fat greek yogurt and grass-fed whole milk. I’m assuming that will work too for this recipe, right?
Lovingthespice – You are correct. Some of my earlier recipes call for low fat products because at the time, I didn’t know any better. This blog evolves and changes as I do. I try to fix them when people point it out, so I will fix this one as well. Thanks!
Yummmm!!! 🙂 Eating some with apples now. I left out the seeds since I did not have any on hand.
Julie – I’m so glad you like it! 😀
I found this on Pinterest and made it today with my girls after school. Delicious! We used 2% plain greek yogurt and whole milk (it’s what we had) and omitted the chia/flax since we don’t have them. Also, we didn’t measure the milk, just poured in a little at a time until we had the consistency we wanted. After eating about half the bowl with apple slices, we added some cinnamon and decided it would be good with celery, too. YUM!
MP – I’m so glad you enjoyed it! 🙂
Do you use flaxseed for flavor or added nutrition?
Lisa – Mostly for nutrition. It doesn’t really add any flavor.
Teresa – Thank you! 🙂