3 Ingredient Fruit Dip

overhead view of dip in a bowl

3 Ingredient Fruit Dip ~ plain Greek yogurt, peanut butter and honey blended to make this delicious healthy fruit dip that takes just 5 minutes to make. Serve with your favorite seasonal fruit for a crowd-pleasing party appetizer or light dessert.

May I ask a personal question? How do you feel about skinny dipping?

Not THAT kind! I’m talking about dipping seasonal fruits into the most delicious, healthy skinny dip ever.

Skinny dipping. Now that that’s behind us you’ve probably noticed I probably toss the word ‘easy’ around quite a bit, but this recipe takes the cake . . . er, dip.

One bowl, one spoon, three ingredients. Boom. You’ve made 3 Ingredient Fruit Dip.

Plus there’s a good chance you already have all the ingredients on hand. Of course, since it’s a fruit dip you’ll need fruit as well, but the dip . . .  just three ingredients.

Do you want to know what they are?

dip in a bowl shown with fresh strawberries, grapes, slices peaches and blueberries

All that’s needed for this dip is: plain Greek yogurt, peanut butter and honey. Blended together, the first swipe of your finger into this dip (you’re a swiper, too right?) will send you straight to dessert nirvana.

What makes this dip healthy?

There are great things that happen to your body when you eat just one of the three ingredients. How about 8 more benefits of another one of the ingredients?

My daughter first introduced me to this recipe. Neither of us know who actually created it and though I don’t generally preach health and wellness or post figure friendly recipes, when one comes along that’s so in your face good, it has to be shared.

I’ve made it many times and even eaten it by the spoonful like pudding without a single regret. It has just the right amount of sweet I crave after a meal. So without further ado.

What’s in this 3 Ingredient Fruit Dip?

  1. nonfat plain Greek yogurt
  2. peanut butter
  3. honey

3 ingredients in a bowl labeled with what each is

How do I make this 3 Ingredient Fruit Dip?

Measure the ingredients to a bowl then mix by hand until everything is completely combined.  Optional: give it a little drizzle of honey over the top then add your favorite seasonal fruit, pretzels or graham crackers and start dipping. Be sure to try it with apples in the fall!

overhead view of dip with drizzle of honey on top garnishe with mint leaves

How long will any leftover dip keep?

Leftovers will keep up to one week stored in the refrigerator in an airtight container.

Looking for other healthy recipe options? Try this Layered Greek Dip or how about this this one that happens to be one of the most popular recipes on the blog.

Enjoy – and let’s skinny dip! 

pinterst pin showing overhead view of dip surrounded by fresh fruit

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dip in a bowl shown with fresh strawberries, grapes, slices peaches and blueberries

3 Ingredient Fruit Dip

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CourseAppetizer, Dessert
CuisineAmerican
Keywordhealthy fruit dip, greek yogurt fruit dip, peanut butter greek yogurt dip
Prep Time5 minutes
Servings4

Ingredients

  • 1 cup plain Greek yogurt non fat used
  • 1/4 cup peanut butter
  • 2 teaspoons honey

Instructions

  • Measure the ingredients to a bowl then mix by hand until everything is completely combined. Optional: drizzle honey on top. Add your favorite seasonal fruit, pretzels or graham crackers and start dipping.
  • Store any leftovers up to one week in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

Comments

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    Bette
    July 28, 2019

    You always present a quick and easy go to! I was looking for an appetizer to take to a gathering – this is it!
    Hugs

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      Bernie
      July 29, 2019

      Hi Bette – thank you SO much! That’s the best compliment and makes my day 🙂 Hope you like it as much as I do ~ xo

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