Healthy Peanut Butter Yogurt Dip
This Healthy Peanut Butter Yogurt Dip is sweet, decadent, and TOTALLY addictive! Perfect for dipping everything you can imagine… and I mean everything.
From freshly sliced apples to chunks of ripe banana.
From whole, juicy strawberries to whole grain graham crackers.
From regular-sized spoons to giant soup ladles. Ehem. 😉
This dip is so thick, rich and creamy, you’d never know it’s low fat, low calorie and sugar free. It doesn’t taste healthy in the slightest.
If you’re the kind of person who likes to dunk a spoon in the peanut butter jar every now and then — CAN I HEAR AN AMEN?!? — but would rather indulge in all that peanut butter flavor without downing 8,347 calories… then this (secretly healthy) recipe is for you. It’s like PEANUT BUTTER FROSTING!
I already started drooling at peanut butter, so you can imagine what I did when I heard frosting.
This stuff is so healthy you could eat it straight up for breakfast. Like I did. And lemme tell ya… that quickly became the best freaking day ever.
Healthy Peanut Butter Yogurt Dip
- 120g (1 cup) Peanut Flour
- ⅛ tsp Sea Salt
- ¾ cup Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
- 1 tsp Liquid Stevia Extract
- 1 cup Plain, Nonfat Greek Yogurt
- In a large bowl, whisk together the peanut flour and salt.
- Whisk in the almond milk, then whisk in the stevia. Lastly, whisk in the yogurt.
- Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight. Serve the next day with freshly sliced apples, strawberries, bananas or spoons alone. Feel free to top the dip with roasted, salted peanuts and/or mini dark chocolate chips!
Wow, only 110 calories?? Sure didn’t taste low-cal at all. I can’t believe a ½ cup serving is packed with 16g of protein and 3g of fiber too. Hmmm, I think I’ll take it ALLLL, thank you very much.
Sharing? What’s sharing? 😉
You gotta make this delicious Healthy Peanut Butter Yogurt Dip pronto!
Like, DOUBLE the recipe
if you want to because you need to.
With love and good eats,
Me ha encantado la receta. Un saludo.
You’re honestly a genius. It must take you sooo long to concoct all these recipes! But as a fellow health nut and poor college student, I would just like to say thank you for your contribution to the world of health and wellbeing 🙂 You always amaze me!! 🙂
Awww thank you SO much!! I’m glad you like (and appreciate) my recipes 🙂
It takes quite a bit of time to make/photography all these recipes, but it’s totally worth it when I get feedback like this!
Oh, yum! I have recently discovered your blog and have to say I’m impressed how you make healthy desserts look and taste amazing! I know it’s not an easy task! Much easier to work with corn syrup and sugar.:) Best of luck, Jessica!
Olena @ iFoodReal-
Thanks! I’m so glad you found my blog 🙂
I know, it’s so much easier to cook and bake with a bunch of butter, sugar and HFCS, but where’s the fun in that?? 😉
Yum! This looks SOOOO good… I might try scaling down the recipe because I need to conserve my peanut flour 😛 This is a kinda random question but where did you get the spoons you use in recipes like the strawberry cheesecake dip and the coconut cream pie oats? They’re super cute! 🙂
I’m sure this recipe can be halved no problem! I hope you like the Peanut Butter Yogurt Dip 🙂
And for the white porcelain spoons, I got them at Crate & Barrel… LOVE THAT STORE!!
This looks amazing!! Sharing with my followers, they will love it!
Melissa @ ProShapeFitness-
Thanks so much Melissa!! I hope you and your followers love this (SUPER FREAKING AWESOME) dip as much as I do 😉
This looks sooo good. I am just thinking that do you know is it possible to substitute the peanut flour with anything? Cause I didn’t find it here in Finland. 🙁 I’ll keep on looking for it but I’m just wondering if you knew that could i replace it with some other flour and peanutbutter or something? And btw, your website is amazing. Thanks for sharing all this recipes with us!!
I’m afraid there isn’t a good substitute for the peanut flour. It’s the main ingredient, provides a lot of peanut butter flavor, and it helps thicken the dip. I buy mine online (iHerb.com or Amazon.com). According to iHerb.com, they ship to Finland!
Here’s the link:
I hope this helps, I hope you get to try the recipe!! 🙂
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Can PB2 be used instead of peanut flour?
PB2 is the same thing as peanut flour, the only difference is that it has added sugar and salt. It should work just fine in this recipe! 🙂
Can I use 1 tsp of a stevia packet? I don’t have and stevia extract.
Liquid stevia and packets of stevia are pretty different… 1 tsp of liquid stevia can have the sweetness of about 12-24 packets of stevia. I’d recommend starting off with 8 packets of stevia, giving the dip a taste, and adding more packets until you reach the sweetness level you like 🙂