Snacking is one of my favorite pasttimes. I snack when I read, when I write or blog…it keeps me going. Not the healthiest habit, I know, but not one I will be getting rid of anytime soon. Instead, I decided to try out healthier snacks like a fruit dip that I would still like enough and that I could also take on the go.
My friend back in Guatemala showed me a version of this fruit dip, and I adapted it to my preferences. It’s delicious and you can store it in the fridge if you don’t finish it or need it for later. Plus, you can find these ingredients almost anywhere in the world (or just get a substitute)!
Due to it still counting as a liquid, you can’t take it on a plane, but you sure can make it in any hostel you’re staying in and take it on your day trips or use it as an evening snack!
Yoghurt and Peanut Butter Fruit DipPrint This
- 1 cup natural yoghurt
- 1 tbsp peanut butter
- 1 tbsp almond cream
- 1 tbsp honey
- Oats (optional)
- Vanilla extract (optional)
- Fruit for dipping
Get a bowl and add about a cup of natural yoghurt. I used low-fat but you can of course use any kind.
Next, add a tablespoon of peanut and almond butter each. You can adjust the ratio to your liking or use a different nut butter altogether.
Add in about a tablespoon of honey. It’s a healthy, natural sweetener! In addition you could use a bit of vanilla extract – depends on how sweet you want the dip to be.
Stir all ingredients until you get a smooth dip. This will take a while because of the nut butters, so be patient. Sometimes I throw in some uncooked oats. I suppose you could also add flax or chia seeds (let me know if you try that).