Healthy Fruit Dip

I looked at my phone this morning and was startled to see that today is July 1st. It is always strange to comprehend the passing of another month, isn't it? Summer months are especially precious to us Minnesotans, so entering into July is sad in a way. We have so many events yet to look forward to this summer, but here's saying a proper good-bye to June! See ya again next year!

Those things we are looking forward to? There is one particular something coming up in the next few days that we are super excited about! A fellow heart family that we adore is driving all the way from Texas to visit! We are anticipating their arrival with complete excitement! Eeeeeee! Much adventure awaits!

This easy, delicious dip happens to be something that would be perfect for a time when guests are over. Especially if some of those guests are children. I made this dip in North Carolina and my boys LOVED it. I'm talking scraping-the-bowl-with-fingers loved it. We dipped apples, bananas and zucchini strips into the creamy deliciousness. Berries would be fantastic, too, or carrots, celery or literally just about any fruit or veggie. 

Throw the following ingredients into a bowl:

I softened the peanut butter in the microwave for a few seconds to make the mixture as creamy as possible. Also, I used vanilla-flavored yogurt to add an extra kick of flavor.

Stir it together and refrigerate until ready to serve!

Glad to see this boy's fingernails were properly clipped (that is not always the case). :)

Enjoy! Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful and SAFE Fourth of July!

Healthy Fruit Dip

Creamy, healthy and ADDICTING fruit/veggie dip that kids love!

Contributed by Megan Porta from

Published Jul 1, 2014

Serves: 6

Total time: 10 min



  • 12 oz. Greek yogurt (vanilla-flavored preferred)
  • 1 cup creamy peanut butter
  • Honey, to taste
  1. Combine all ingredients in a medium bowl. Stir until creamy. Refrigerate until ready to serve. Serve with banana slices, berries, apple slices or veggie sticks for dipping.