You know how I love to play around with ingredients and come up with fun new recipes right? Over the weekend I was hungry for some kind of fruit dip, but wanted to see if I could come up with a pink one for Valentine’s Day.
Strawberries…I thought. Strawberries make things pink. They also make things taste yummy.
We all loved the way this Strawberry Yogurt Fruit Dip turned out. All we had for dipping was apples, but I think grapes and kiwi would taste yummy in this dip too! Oh, and it was so easy to make that Elias (age 7) practically made it by himself.
Strawberry Yogurt Fruit Dip
1/2 cup cream
3/4 cup plain yogurt
1/4 t. vanilla
6-7 drops liquid stevia (or a little bit of sugar if you prefer)
3/4 cup strawberries (we used frozen/thawed)
Whip the cream until soft peaks form. Add remaining ingredients and continue to whip until strawberries are obliterated thoroughly mixed in. Serve with sliced fruit.
This dip is so refreshing…and kinda addicting. We went through a LOT of apples this weekend.
And, I also may or may not have licked the bowl when we were out of apple slices.
I am so making this again on Valentine’s Day. What treats are you making for Valentine’s day?
looks great – I might try raspberry, or a mixed berry one too :)
I think I might make these Red Velvet cookies that Bakerella posted the other day. They look GOOOOOOOOD!
I would have licked the bowl too. It looks yummy!
Shynea @ Penny Pinching Diva says
This recipe sounds really delicious and I can’t wait to try it with my family. I have never made fruit dip before, but we love apples so this recipe can only compliment it. Thank you for the recipe.
Amy Lynne says
Oh yummy! I think my boys would love it too! They love to dip stuff and if it gets them eating more fruit, then I am all for it! Thanks for all you do!!
Mrs. S says
Sounds so great! I think we will try that too! Thanks for sharing.
ahhh Sounds so good!!!
you had me at “obliberated” strawberry! funny! and yummy!
This sounds absolutely scrumptious!! We love doing dips with fruit as an occasional treat. :D LOL about obliterated strawberry!
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Love it that you made it kind of healthy. It sounds like it would go well with cinnamon pita chips or crispy flour tortillas. Yum!
Mmmm! Sounds wonderful, and I love that it is healthy :-)
This looks soooo good! My kids love apples, and this pink dip would be so fun for Valentine’s Day. Can’t wait to try it!
I just made the dip and am anxious for my strawberries to thaw. I know it will be yummy when I get them blended in :)
Hi, this sounds really yummy, i am 10 years old and my mom showed me this website i think it is really cool because nothing is bad for u and thats great. i have copied down 7 of your recipes including this one! i like easy receipes that dont take long so this sounds perfect! i also came acros Justus’ shaved ice i wrote that one down to! well i got to get back to school, but this souds verrry yummy i will make it at lunch!! Emma
Will this fruit dip last in the fridge for a few days or does it have to be eaten up the same day that it is made?
Oh, it will last for several days in the fridge. You’ll just need to stir it well before you use it again as some the ingredients will separate a bit.
Just a quick fyi, Natural Candy Store has natural food color (beets make a rich pink, spinach makes a green, but the color does not taste like the veggi :) that you can add to your homemade frosting and still give the children the fun. They have sprinkles and yes, marshmallows without blue 1. I also use fruits and veggie juice after thawing a frozen container, but the natural food color is wonderful for special occations when we are all in a hurry and want to do that little extra.
i loved it