Skinny Peanut Butter Yogurt Dip

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You know the feeling: Maybe boredom has set in at work. Or perhaps stress is affecting you at the end of the day. Sometimes, you’re just plain hungry! No matter what it is, there are times that the only thing that can satisfy your cravings is something sweet and creamy. Don’t give in to sugary, fattening snacks. Instead, whip up the easiest treat you’ll ever make: Our Skinny Peanut Butter Yogurt Dip.

This delicious, low-calorie dip has all of the sweet, nutty, peanut buttery goodness you’re craving. Plus, it has a dose of clean-eating Greek yogurt for scrumptious, creamy texture and a boost of protein. And unlike store-bought dips, our recipe has only two ingredients! There’s no added sugar, but you can increase the sweetness by dipping fruit into our Skinny Peanut Butter Yogurt Dip. It’s the perfect way to satisfy those afternoon cravings or post-dinner munchies without packing on the calories. Serve it to kids for a family friendly snack that is as healthy as it is tasty!

Why We Recommend Crunchy Peanut Butter

My daughter calls this recipe "apple dipper". It's her go-to after school snack.

Okay, we know some of you out there are creamy peanut butter lovers. The reason we like to make our Skinny Peanut Butter Yogurt Dip with chunky peanut butter is because it creates a satisfying crunch. Often times, I find myself craving something crunchy just as much as something sweet! If you really dislike chunky peanut butter (or, you just never have it around the house), swap-in creamy peanut butter. You can also make your own to leave things chunky.

In fact, you can use your favorite type of nut butter for this recipe. Yes, that includes almond butter, cashew butter, sunflower butter, or anything else you use on the regular. Here are some of the healthiest nut butter brands on the market.

Some of our followers have recommended using PB2, a powdered form of peanut butter where the oils are removed. Here’s a great clean-eating, organic brand of PB2 if you can’t find it at the local grocery store.

Feel free to experiment with our recipe and let us know what worked in the comments!

This creamy dip is a good way to get your kids to eat their vegetables.


Anything that goes well with peanut butter or Greek yogurt would probably taste fantastic when dunked into this Peanut Butter Yogurt Fruit Dip. Here are a few of our favorite fruits and vegetables to serve with this all-purpose dip:


  • Sliced apples
  • Sliced pears
  • Strawberries, raspberries, or blackberries
  • Banana
  • Sliced mango
  • Pineapple wedges


Other Options

  • Pita or bagel chips
  • Whole-wheat crackers
  • Pretzels

Skinny Peanut Butter Yogurt Dip

Whip up a super easy and yummy fruit dip with only two ingredients. Your family will thank you!
Prep Time5 mins
Total Time5 mins
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Diabetic-Friendly, Kid-Friendly, Low-Carb
Servings: 6 people


  • 1/2 cup Greek yogurt fat-free, plain
  • 1/4 cup peanut butter natural


  • Combine ingredients in a small bowl.
  • Cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.

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45 Comments on "Skinny Peanut Butter Yogurt Dip"

  1. Mary Gould  September 2, 2012

    Add a scoop of protein powder, vanilla, and stevia…tons of protein and flavor!

  2. Janae  September 2, 2012

    you can make this even lighter by using pb2 in place of the peanut butter! So yummy!

  3. Melissa  September 5, 2012

    @Janae how much pb2 would you recommend using?

    • Skinny Ms.  September 6, 2012

      Melissa, what is pb2?

      • Cheri  December 28, 2012

        PB2 is a powdered defatted peanut butter that you reconstitute with water. It doesn't taste exactly like regular peanut butter, but it's pretty close and it is much better for you.

        • Kat  October 19, 2014

          No, PB2 is not "much better for you". Natural peanut butter is loaded with healthy calories and fats. Just because it's high in these macros does not make it bad for you. In fact, PB2's extra sugar can work against you and store more fat. Natural fats actually work against fat storage.

      • Jennifer  March 4, 2014

        It's a powdered form of peanut butter where most of the oil has been removed. Tiny amounts of sugar and salt are added in but, the calorie content is way less than regular peanut butter. I've read reviews were some people say it's just OK tasting… but I love it. I'm used to eating fresh ground peanut butter (not Jiffy) and it tastes great to me… I like to snack on the powder itself (without reconstituting) as well

  4. Skinny Ms.  September 22, 2012

    Layjay, So happy you enjoyed it! 🙂

  5. Skinny Ms.  September 23, 2012

    You so very welcome!

  6. Katie Lehn  January 8, 2013

    PB2 is like, powdered peanut butter. It has much less fat and calories, but is a more processed food, in my opinion. It's good if you want a peanut butter flavor with less calories, like in smoothies and stuff. It's kind of gross if you do what the box says and mix it with water to reconstitute though.

    • Jessica  February 13, 2014

      I LOVE PB2!

  7. Cari  May 10, 2013

    I've made something very close to this and added a dash of cinnamon and pure vanilla, it gives it a certain "something" that is amazing!!!

  8. Ami Cook  July 7, 2013

    I love PB2 but it is an unusual texture at first 🙂 However this would be a great way to use it!

  9. Kristin  October 6, 2013

    Mmm, delicious! I added some honey to mine.

  10. nadine  February 17, 2014

    where can you buy PB2??

    • SkinnyMs  March 3, 2014

      A health food or vitamin store.

    • Jennifer  March 4, 2014

      Publix and Rouses and I think Fresh Market have it down here

  11. Linda  February 21, 2014

    I love this! I added a t of local honey and used natural pb–peanuts only! It is not just a dip but makes a great spread! I put it in my Ezekiel bread this morning instead of my usual natural pb and it was great!

  12. Elizabeth  January 14, 2015

    Delicious dip for my apple with cinnamon sprinkled over it. Love this!

  13. Llll  January 17, 2015

    Can any one tell me how many tablespoons this recipe makes? The recipe says "Serving size: 2 tablespoons", but I would like to know the total.

    • SkinnyMs  January 20, 2015

      Llll, This recipe yields 3/4 cup / 12 tablespoons which is 6 servings at two tablespoons each.

  14. Moriah S Pulver  October 7, 2015

    has anyone tried this with Almond Butter in place of the peanut butter?

    • SkinnyMs  October 8, 2015

      Yes, this recipe works with almond butter, too.

  15. ajenilynn  December 2, 2015

    I think the calorie content per serving is off. I came up with 77 calories per serving not 40; each serving is 2 tablespoons and there's a total of 12 servings per batch. I used Trader Joe's non-fat Greek yogurt and Simple Truth (Kroger) organic natural peanut butter. Anyone else come up with this as well? I'd love it even more if it were truly 40 calories per serving! 🙂 (still, way better than just 2 tablespoons of peanut butter of course) Thank you!

    • Elizabeth  February 24, 2018

      There are six 2 tablespoon servings. Not twelve. And 110 calories for half cup of my Greek yogurt plus 380 for 1/4 cup of my peanut butter divided by 6 equals 82 calories. Everyone make sure you do your math!

  16. Slvrsnoozi  April 13, 2016

    I cannot tolerate greek yogurt. Would a regular vanilla yogurt work with this? Thanks!

    • Gale Compton  April 15, 2016

      Yes, that will work fine. We use plain because it doesn’t have added sweetners.

  17. Lois  August 4, 2016

    How many servings can you eat for a snack?


    • Gale Compton  August 5, 2016

      Lois, We recommend one serving size, in this case 2 tablespoons Dip. 🙂

  18. Cynthia  September 26, 2016

    I just ran this through recipe builder and it is actually 2 Smart Points for 2 Tablespoons.

    • Gale Compton  September 26, 2016

      Cynthia, I just rechecked the SmartPoints and again got 1 SP.

  19. Brooke  March 14, 2017

    I also got 2 smart points.
    1/2 cup Greek yohurt is 1 point
    1/4 cup pb is 12 points

    That’s 13 total points in 3/4 cup

    12 tablespoons in 3/4 cup

    So it’s roughly a point/tablespoon or 2 points for a 2 tablespoon serving.

    • Gale Compton  March 14, 2017

      Brooke, Just recalculated and you’re right, 2 smart points per serving. Thank you!:)

  20. Sarah  March 24, 2017

    Just made this tonight as I’m having major cravings for some apple pie!

    I saw this recipe last week and bought the stuff to make it.

    I whipped up some tonight and ate it with an apple…perfect to satisfy my sweet tooth!

    I used a little less peanut butter and added about 1-2 tsp of honey and some dark chocolate chips on top and dipped my apple slices in it…yummy!!

  21. marina  May 25, 2017

    I gave up dairy and now on the alkaline diet. I will mix coconut yogurt with almond butter, lemon juice and add coconut flakes.
    Sounds yummy.

  22. jessa  December 9, 2017

    Hi: 2 points for 2 tablespoon which is the serving size, Would this new info change the nutrion information such calories?
    Thank you.

    • Gale Compton  December 12, 2017

      Jessa, Yes, many of the points will change. It’s a major project since we have nearly 2K recipes. We’ll get started as soon as possible.

  23. Cara  April 24, 2018

    When you say “natural” peanut butter, are you asuuuming it contains no added sugars?

    • Nichole Furlong  April 24, 2018

      Correct. Natural meaning no added sugars. Clean eating natural peanut butter should be as simple as possible.

  24. Kelly  November 28, 2018

    I’ve made this using the PB2 – Chocolate and Peanut Butter. Great on both strawberries and banana slices. (PB2 also good in almond milk/banana smoothie!)


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