Peanut butter Greek yogurt dip is the perfect light and flavorful healthy dip for apples and crackers. The peanut butter is mixed with Greek yogurt, maple syrup and vanilla, just the right creaminess for easy dipping.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away, as the saying goes. And I can’t think of a yummier way to stay in good health. Apples are my favorite fruit! When I was a kid, I could eat more apples a day than I care to admit. But you know what? I was almost never sick, so maybe there really is something to that saying!
Peanut butter and apples is one of those classic healthy snacks that everyone loves. But please tell me I’m not the only one who has a hard time getting the peanut butter to spread and stick to the apple slices?!
The solution I’ve found is to mix the peanut butter with Greek yogurt to get that prefect texture to dip apples in. No more spreading and better yet, I can make a big batch to stick in the fridge and pull out when we need it throughout the week! A quick bite for those constant pleas for snacks throughout the day.
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I love to prep a batch of peanut butter yogurt dip on Mondays, divide it up into these little mason jars and lids for single servings, and stick them in the fridge to add to my girls’ school lunches along with a baggie of sliced apples to dip in. They love it and never get tired of this creamy peanut butter goodness.
Peanut butter yogurt dip also makes a great addition to a snack tray at parties or play dates. Easy to make ahead and easy to store leftovers afterward (if there happen to be any, which isn’t usually the case).
What is Greek Yogurt?
Greek yogurt is the thick and creamy result of straining regular yogurt. Straining the liquid (called whey) out of regular yogurt makes it higher protein yogurt, tangier and contains less sugar.
What Are The Benefits of Eating Greek Yogurt?
Greek yogurt is a great source of gut healthy probiotics and high in protein, calcium and potassium.
Learn how to make homemade Greek yogurt in the instant pot in this post
Can You Mix Greek Yogurt and Peanut Butter?
Creamy peanut butter mixed with plain or vanilla yogurt is a light and fluffy dip for serving with crackers or fresh fruit. Add a little honey or maple syrup for just the right mix of sweet and salty.
What Can You Serve With This Peanut Butter Greek Yogurt Dip?
Peanut butter yogurt dip has a light and not too over-powering flavor so it works really well served with fruit and different kinds of sweet or salty crackers.
- apple slices
- animal crackers
- graham crackers
Are Apples and Peanut Butter a Healthy Snack?
Apples and peanut butter are both nutritious and taste delicious together. They are a great choice for a snack that provides a healthy balance of protein, fiber and healthy fats.
How To Make Peanut Butter Greek Yogurt Dip:
- Peanut Butter -Regular old creamy peanut butter, not the all natural kind that separates in the jar.
- Greek Yogurt – I like to use plain yogurt, but honey or vanilla flavored yogurt work as well. You may need to use a bit less syrup though, since the flavored ones are already sweetened. I use the homemade greek yogurt I make in my instant pot.
- Maple Syrup – Pure maple syrup is the way to go. It adds a wonderful flavor that tastes amazing with the salty peanut butter.
- Vanilla Extract – I make this using my homemade vanilla extract, but store-bought works just fine too.
How To Make Greek Yogurt Peanut Butter Dip
Stir all of the ingredients together until smooth.
Serve right away or store in the fridge in an airtight container.
To Serve – Enjoy cold, with apple slices, pretzels, crackers, cookies or other fruits to dip in.
To Store – Store Greek yogurt peanut butter dip in the fridge for up to a week. If it starts to separate, just give it a quick stir before serving.
Substitutions – Honey can be used in place of the syrup.
More Healthy Snack Recipes:
If you enjoy this recipe, I think you’ll love these other healthy snacks on the blog!
- Homemade Greek Yogurt
- Chewy Granola Balls
- Rice Crispy Treats With Dates
- Chunky Date Granola
- Healthy Berry Jello
I hope you love this recipe for Greek yogurt peanut butter dip! If you make it, I’d love for you to come back and leave a comment and rating so that I know how you like it!
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