A healthier, lower-fat and lower-calorie version of peanut butter fruit dip. Great with crisp apples! Use soon after prep, especially if using flax or chia seeds.

prep:
10 mins
total:
10 mins
Servings:
6
Max Servings:
6
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Mix yogurt, peanut butter, honey, and cinnamon in a bowl until well blended; fold in chia seeds.

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Nutrition Facts

80.69 calories; 3.76 g protein; 8.9 g carbohydrates; 1.31 g dietary-fiber; 7.18 g sugars; 3.97 g fat; 1 g saturated-fat; 1.17 mg cholesterol; 0.14 IU vitamin-a-iu; 1.36 mg niacin-equivalents; 0.05 mg vitamin-b6; 0.43 mg vitamin-c; 7 mcg folate; 19.01 mg calcium; 0.38 mg iron; 10.44 mg magnesium; 43.02 mg potassium; 33.22 mg sodium; 0.03 mg thiamin; 35.71 calories-from-fat; 41 percent-of-calories-from-carbs; 41 percent-of-calories-from-fat; 17 percent-of-calories-from-protein; 10 percent-of-calories-from-sat-fat


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Most helpful positive review

Jessica Nicole Whitledge
01/13/2015
I loved it.I made it into a salad. I chopped up 3 apples grated 2 carrots and added unsweetened coconut. My family loved it!
(10)

Most helpful critical review

STARDUST_331
07/25/2014
Bought a bag of chia seeds from Costco and was looking for ways to use it. I'm eating this with Wheatables at the moment and it's very good. It's definitely got the yogurt tang (Dannon nofat vanilla Greek yogurt) but I think it's because of the brand I chose. Don't worry about the chia seeds - you won't really feel/taste them - they'll swell overnight. I don't know that I love the cinnamon in here might try without that and none to little honey next time. But it's healthy (I think I can eat the entire thing without worrying) but I will spread it out over days so that trumps everything. Definitely not the prettiest it's a fairly ugly (ok really ugly) dip but your tummy won't care:). The hubby didn't care for it - it's not his thing...
(7)
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Jessica Nicole Whitledge
01/13/2015
I loved it.I made it into a salad. I chopped up 3 apples grated 2 carrots and added unsweetened coconut. My family loved it!
(10)
hartsellem
08/02/2013
Amazing! Who needs that store bought junk when you can make this? I only used 1 tbsp honey because I was worried it would be too sweet & didn't use flax or chia because I didn't have any. It was perfect!
(8)
STARDUST_331
07/25/2014
Bought a bag of chia seeds from Costco and was looking for ways to use it. I'm eating this with Wheatables at the moment and it's very good. It's definitely got the yogurt tang (Dannon nofat vanilla Greek yogurt) but I think it's because of the brand I chose. Don't worry about the chia seeds - you won't really feel/taste them - they'll swell overnight. I don't know that I love the cinnamon in here might try without that and none to little honey next time. But it's healthy (I think I can eat the entire thing without worrying) but I will spread it out over days so that trumps everything. Definitely not the prettiest it's a fairly ugly (ok really ugly) dip but your tummy won't care:). The hubby didn't care for it - it's not his thing...
(7)
bbjenkins04
01/30/2014
Delicious. I used plain Greek yogurt instead of vanilla and didn't add the chia seeds. Still plenty sweet for me.
(4)
jennicawood
10/05/2013
didn't think it sounded that good with yogurt in it but I loved it with apples! made it in the blender and it was super easy!
(3)
expendables70
08/09/2013
Easy and delicious!
(2)
AnnieBea57
06/10/2013
Good recipe. I will definitely come back to this one as it's a grandkid-friendly food. Did NOT add chia seeds as no one here will eat them.
(2)
Lisa
07/14/2014
Perfect for party and snacking
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Amanda Erwin
07/20/2013
This recipe was completely awesome. No corrections perfect as is. the only unfortunately thing i found? impossible to not easy in one sitting.
(2)