Fruity Peanut Butter Yogurt Dip Recipe

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Ever since I was little, I cannot eat a plain banana. I don't know . . . there is just something about them that I don't love. I'm weird like that. However, if there is a yummy dip, I can eat them like they are going out of style! Go figure . . . anyway, I saw this dip recipe over at Wannabe Chef and since I had all the ingredients on hand, I threw it together and  . . .
OH.
MY. 
GOODNESS.
It is INSANELY good. Not only did I eat 3 and a half bananas in one sitting, I also ate the dip with a spoon. 
It was seriously that good.
So, here you go. The most delicious peanut butter dip you will ever have:
-1/2 cup fruit-flavored yogurt (I used Strawberry Yoplait)
-1/2 cup peanut butter (I used creamy)
-1/4 cup powdered sugar
Mix all ingredients together until it is smooth and creamy. Serve with your choice of fruits (or veggies)!
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  1. j3lobb says:

    i make this with vanilla yogurt- 50/50 ratio of peanut butter and yogurt, then put a dash of cinnamon, a little salt and some mini choc chips- its deadly delicious!

    • mayalabeille says:

      This does not need any added sugar at ALL! especially if you are using sweetened yogurt. i buy vanilla (or berry) yogurt that is sweetened with fruit juice (not sugar)- I just stir the yogurt, a dash of cinnamon and **all-natural, organic** Peanut butter together and dip apples in it. Be careful with agave, it is not as healthy as you think and is highly processed. If you are trying to avoid “crappy” sugars, which is awesome, I suggest relying exclusively on maple syrup as much as you can- and augment with honey and stevia – these three are most natural. And, maple syrup’s the best because it has wonderful vits/ minerals/ proteins for you! Maple syrup, lemon and water will kick gatorade’s ass any day! :) enjoy!

  2. KimberlyS says:

    I mix peanut butter,plain yogart and orange juice for a fruit dip. Usually start with a 1/2 cup of each, mix and then add more of what ingredients taste I want to bring out more of and consistacy of dip.

  3. This is delicious! Yum, yum , yum! I agree though, you don’t really need the added powdered sugar. I mixed the PB an yogurt first and tried it; then added the powdered sugar and it didn’t really change much… so next time, I will leave it out… but either way…delicious! :) (I used apple turnover yogurt and dipped apple slices in the dip…yum)

  4. This sounds amazing! I was wondering if anyone that has tried it has attempted keeping it in the fridge? I would like to send this to school with my son for dipping his apples in at lunch but I don’t want to make it if it won’t keep in the fridge for a couple days.

  5. This sounds amazing! I was wondering if anyone that has tried it has attempted keeping it in the fridge? I would like to send this to school with my son for dipping his apples in at lunch but I don’t want to make it if it won’t keep in the fridge for a couple days.

    • Camille says:

      I made this at the beginning of the week and it still tasted good by Friday. It needed a good stir each day, but the flavor and texture was fine! I think that he would love it for school!

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