Peanut Butter Fruit Dip

This peanut butter fruit dip is made with only two ingredients: greek yogurt and powdered peanut butter.  Making it an easier, healthier option to dip all your favorite fruits in!

greek yogurt fruit dip

Did you know that most fruit dips in the store are not really all that healthy?  A lot of them are made with a ton of sugar and artificial/processed ingredients.  And while I totally understand that going out and buying something can sometimes be way easier than making it yourself, with this recipe that is not the case!  Here we have a fruit dip made from only TWO ingredients.  All you have to do is mix them together!  And it really is a party favorite, every time I have brought this somewhere people love it.  Even those that say they don’t like healthy foods!  And it is a great way to serve kids fruit in a fun way to make them want to eat more of it.

And if you want other fun peanut butter HEALTHY snacks try out my no bake pbj granola bars or my peanut butter “cookie dough” nice cream!  Or if you want another great party food be sure to make my air fried buffalo cauliflower gnocchi or my roasted cauliflower hummus.

peanut butter fruit dip

Let’s Make Peanut Butter Fruit Dip!

This is super easy, all you need is your favorite greek yogurt and some powdered peanut butter and mix them together!  But there are a few options depending on dietary restrictions/preferences:

This recipe as is, is already gluten free, but if you want to make it dairy free and vegan then all you have to do is use your favorite non-dairy yogurt in place of greek yogurt.  I recommend using one that is as thick as possible, because it makes it easier to dip with.

If you want to ensure that this dip is refined sugar free, just check the labels of your products.  I usually use Oikos plain greek yogurt and Crazy Richard’s powdered peanut butter when I make this, and neither of them have added sugar.

If you make the above and decide it is not sweet enough for you, you can add Stevia, agave, or another sweetener that you enjoy until it is.  Or if you are okay with a little can sugar you can use another one of my favorite products, PB2 powdered peanut butter, which has a little sugar in it and therefore will give you a sweeter result.  They even have a chocolate one! Or you can mix with a vanilla yogurt which will be sweeter than plain.

Feel free to add nuts, chocolate chips, or other flavors like cinnamon or nutmeg to make this your own!  I like to dip just about any fruit in this but it is also great with pretzels, cinnamon pita chips, and even carrots 🙂

In addition to the listed ingredients, you will need:

  • a bowl or container
  • something to mix with

and that’s it!  Seriously this is the easiest recipe you will ever make for a party.  Enjoy!

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greek yogurt fruit dip

Peanut Butter Fruit Dip

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  • Author: Megan
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 cup 1x


Gluten Free, Refined Sugar Free, Vegan Option

This peanut butter fruit dip is made with only two ingredients: greek yogurt and powdered peanut butter.  Making it an easier, healthier option to dip all your favorite fruits in!




  1. Combine ingredients together in a bowl and stir until powdered peanut butter is incorporated fully into yogurt.  Taste and add more peanut butter if desired.


Vegan Option – just swap out the greek yogurt for your favorite dairy free plain or vanilla yogurt (the thicker the better in my opinion)

Refined Sugar Free Note – you need to check both the yogurt you use as well as the powdered peanut butter ingredient labels for added sugar to ensure there is none!  I use this yogurt and this powdered peanut butter when I want a refined sugar free option.

Using plain yogurt?  You can always add your own sweetener if you want a little bit, but not as much that comes with the typical vanilla yogurt.  I recommend this stevia or agave.

  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Category: Snack
  • Method: No Bake
  • Cuisine: American


  • Serving Size: 1/2 cup

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