This post is sponsored by Greek Gods Yogurt but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
The holidays are over and I’m not sure about you but it’s time for us to make some healthier eating habits. My kids are all about sweets and during the holidays we let them indulge. Between sugary rolls at breakfast to cookies nearly all day long. A lot of sugar is consumed. Now that the new year is coming it’s time to get back to some better habits so I made up a batch of this greek yogurt fruit dip to satisfy their sweet tooth and still have some fun! Check out the awesome and totally easy recipe below.
My kids both love fruit. They also love yogurt and peanut butter. I just knew that this greek yogurt fruit dip was going to be a perfect combination for the pair. I decided to get creative and make a dip because they absolutely love to dip. Starting off our year on a better note with Greek Gods Yogurt is helping us to achieve our New Year’s Resolution of eating better!
Greek Yogurt Fruit Dip with Almond Butter
This recipe is so simple and make and it only takes 3 things! I love that you can make this so fast and it’s perfect for the whole family. It’s great for a party to serve with fruit and would be fantastic to put in small containers and serve in kid lunches!
I used vanilla Greek Gods Greek Yogurt but it also comes in other flavors likes honey, strawberry. I picked mine up at Walmart. You can find it in the dairy section of the store with the other yogurts. Each serving of Greek Gods yogurt has 9g of protein. It is also an excellent source of calcium and has seven different live and active cultures.
You will also need MaraNatha Almond Butter. I used the creamy kind because it’s better for this recipe! You can find this at Walmart by the other peanut butter. The only other thing you need is honey. I always use local honey. If you don’t like honey or want to omit you can easily do this. You can also get the Greek Gods Greek Honey Yogurt too.
1 cup up Greek Gods Greek Vanilla Yogurt
1/3 cup of MaraNatha Almond Butter (creamy)
2 Tbsp of local honey to taste
Mix everything together in a bowl and let it cool in the fridge. Cut up some fruit to use as dippers. It’s that easy and so delicious. Kids will gobble it up in no time.
Want another idea? Instead of serving with fruit dippers, add some granola to the yogurt mixture and eat like a parfait! This is just as tasty too and a fun breakfast idea.