Peanut Butter Greek Yogurt Dip is a thick, delicious dip that’s perfect for both sweet and savory dippers.
It’s a dessert! It’s a dip! It’s a tasty savory sauce! If you guessed any of these answers to the question “what is Peanut Butter Greek Yogurt Dip?” then you are correct! This dip is all of these things!
PEANUT BUTTER GREEK YOGURT DIP
This dip is special, because its like the “Choose Your Own Adventure” version of a snack food! You can eat it with sweet dippers and have yourself the most delicious dessert to share, or you can go the savory route and enjoy it drizzled over meat or mixed into a delicious stir fry. The sky is the limit, and you can literally serve the same dip for two very different courses of the same dinner.
If you feel like experimenting with more unique, delicious party dips, try our Cheddar Bacon Ranch Dip, Cinnamon Honey Yogurt Dip, and Ranch Yogurt Dip.
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HOW TO MAKE PEANUT BUTTER GREEK YOGURT DIP
- Microwave peanut butter for 30 seconds on half power.
- Mix with yogurt and honey until smooth.
- Refrigerate until ready to eat.
Whether you choose to go sweet or go savory, there are some fun, tasty add ins that you can try out.
- Fresh Thai Basil
- Fresh Cilantro
- Chocolate Chips
- Mini Marshmallows
So, what should you dunk into this dip? Well, it depends on whether you’re going to sweet or savory route. If you’re going sweet, try dunking cookies, sweet crackers, or even fresh fruit into this sauce. If savory, definitely go the traditional Thai route, and try drizzling it over a skewer of Chicken Satay.
SAVE SOME FOR LATER
You can keep your leftover dip in the fridge for about a week as long as you keep it in something sealable and airtight. While the dip will stay good for a while, it definitely tastes better when it’s fresher.
$: All you need are three ingredients to make this dip, and you can buy all of these ingredients in bulk for use later. How does that help? Well, it means that you already have the necessary ingredients to make this recipe and many others whenever you want!
- 1,000 watts or higher: Higher wattage, lower cook time. Our microwave is about 1,250 watts, but if you have one with about 1,000 watts you will want to cook your peanut butter for about 0:35.
- 700 watts: Microwaves under about 900 don’t heat things evenly or consistently, so don’t go anywhere while you’re cooking. Melt the peanut butter for about 0:50.
Peanut Butter Greek Yogurt Dip
- 3 cups Greek yogurt
- 1/2 cup peanut butter
- 1 tablespoon honey
- In a cereal bowl, add peanut butter and microwave on 50% powder for 30 seconds.
- Mix with yogurt and honey until smooth, then serve with fruit or cookies.