Three ingredients and three minutes is all you need to mix up this delicious chocolate peanut butter yogurt fruit dip!
How was your weekend? Ours was OK except that my littlest boy was sick. I don’t know how it is at your house, but around these parts, a sick 3-year-old means a lot of whining and crying. He’s not whining about being sick really. He just has an even harder time than usual dealing with things not going exactly the way he wants. Mild discomforts like hunger and thirst resulted in a lot of meltdowns. Yesterday, when he said he wanted an apple, I hurried to get it for him before he burst into tears. Despite my haste, I wanted to make his apple snack a little more substantial, so I had about 90 seconds to figure out an accompaniment. Luckily, that’s about how long it takes to whip up this tasty fruit dip. I love peanut butter and apples, but I can inhale hundreds of calories of peanut butter real quick if I’m not careful. This dip gives all the peanut butter flavor plus chocolate in a lighter form thanks to nonfat yogurt. You could even try it with chocolate yogurt instead of vanilla for more chocolate flavor. I hope your family enjoys this as much as we did!Print
Peanut Butter Chocolate Yogurt Fruit Dip
- Total Time: 3 minutes
- Yield: 4 1x
- 5 oz. nonfat vanilla Greek yogurt
- 2 tbsp. creamy peanut butter
- 1 tbsp. mini chocolate chips
- fruit for dipping
Vigorously stir together yogurt and peanut butter until smooth. Stir in chocolate chips.
Serve with apple slices or other fruit for dipping. Pretzels would be great too!
- Prep Time: 3
- Category: Snack
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Jen @ Yummy Healthy Easy says
OMG. I NEED this!!! Yum! Pinned!
Thanks, Jen :) xo
Good call on the this peanut butter yogurt dip. It sounds awesome and love how quick it is to whip up – especially before a meltdown happened. Hope he feels better soon…definitely no fun being sick :(
Hi, Kelly! We are all pretty much better now thank you :)
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Its amazing how you can lighten something and make make it taste just as great-if not better. Thanks!
Thank YOU, Rachel! :)
Sorry about the sickness, that is never fun. You managed to turn it into something positive by whipping up this dip! So easy too!
We’re all better now :) Thank you, Tanya!
Carol at Wild Goose Tea says
Ya got me with the dip—-quick and soooooo sooooo good with apples for this time of year.
And the peanut butter apple pie—–I love the idea! I have one son who is a pie eating fool. And this Mom just loves him.
Hi, Carol! My husband is a pie eating fool too :) Tomorrow is his birthday, and I think he want pie instead of cake! Thank you :)
Karen @ The Food Charlatan says
Don’t you just love it when stuff comes together like this? You have an idea and then BAM 90 seconds later you have a snack that is different and tasty. You’re a genius! Hope your boy gets better quick!
Thanks, Karen! He is doing better, but now I’m getting it. I’ll try to keep the whining and crying to a minimum, but I can’t make any promises ;)
Quick and Flavor, great way to satisfy the cravings