Three Ingredient Peanut Butter Fruit Dip
This is a delicious and light-tasting peanut buttery fruit dip. It's the perfect snack for a hot summer day! This is a very easy dip with only three ingredients! It's a great way to make the kids love fruit as a snack.
Doesn't it look delicious? I have boys, and they both LOVE peanut butter. One likes apples, and one likes bananas. This works perfectly with both fruits. We tried strawberries and blueberries (yeah, I went to Costco today). We preferred the apples and bananas. This is great as an after-school snack. Or maybe when the kid's friends are over. Or bedtime snack. Or adult snack - because sometimes we need that little extra snack too!
¼ cup smooth peanut butter
1 6-oz vanilla yogurt
½ cup Cool Whip
Add peanut butter to a bowl, and then add the vanilla yogurt. I use a fork when I mix it. I'd recommend just estimating the amounts. If you aren't sure how much a quarter cup of peanut butter is, look at your ¼ cup and use it as a guide. This recipe doesn't take long and combines nicely for a wonderful creamy texture.
Add the whipped topping and stir it in. This is even easier than the last step!
Cut up some apple slices and bananas. If you are cutting your fruit ahead of time, soak in some Sprite-type soda for about 5 minutes. It does help prevent browning and isn't nearly as tart as using lemon juice.
I love this recipe since it uses three very simple ingredients and encourages the kids to have some fruit!
Peanut Butter Fruit Dip!
- ¼ cup smooth peanut butter
- 6 oz Vanilla yogurt
- ½ cup whipped topping Cool Whip
- Using a fork, mix the peanut butter and the vanilla yogurt. Once these two ingredients are well mixed, add the whipped topping. Mix until just combined.
Nutrition information is an estimate only provided as a courtesy using an ingredient database. Garnish and optional ingredients are not included in the calculations.
Love peanut butter? Try this three-ingredient, made from scratch, peanut butter cookie. Gluten-free and delicious!
Looking for a delicious dip for your next get-together?