Yogurt Nut Butter Fruit Dip

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This is my all-time healthier snack that I enjoy with apples, on its own, or even with some fruits or granola on top. It is honestly outstanding and plain yogurt is full of protein so it’s definitely a better alternative than traditional Apple dips. My absolute favourite way is to add almond butter but ever since my friend Carly introduced me to “Fatso” crunchy caramel peanut butter I have been loving it this way too. If you are allergic to nuts feel free to use any seed butter of choice as it’s just as delicious. If you are dairy-free feel free to use any of your favourite dairy-free yogurt. Use as much or as little sweetener as you like. You will need:

Yogurt Nut Butter Fruit Dip

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Author: The Modern Nonna
Total Time: 5 minutes


  • 1 heaping cup plain yogurt — any
  • tablespoon honey or maple syrup
  • dash of cinnamon — optional
  • 1 tablespoon any nut or seed butter


  • Add everything to a bowl and stir it together. You can enjoy it on its own, with sliced apples, or with granola and some fresh fruit on top. I absolutely love almond butter in here the most but any nut or seed butter will absolutely work.
  • Store it in the fridge and it will last you for days


If you are plant-based feel free to use a plant-based yogurt and you can substitute the Honey for agave or maple syrup. Use any plain or coconut based yogurt that you personally love and eat day-to-day, this recipe will work with any. If you want to order the salted caramel peanut butter you can look for it online or at your nearest health food store like healthy planet etc. The brand is called “Fatso “
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