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Fruit dip: an easy and healthy recipe you’ll love

Total time: 15 Min
Difficulty: Low
Serves: 4 people
By Cookist
Greek Yogurt
1 cup low fat plain
Cream Cheese
2 tbsps,low fat
Brown sugar
2 tbsps
Vanilla Extract
1 tsp
Small apple
1, cut in to medium size cubes with the peel intact
Green grapes
½ cup

How many times do you search for an alternative way to “enjoy” the nutritionally dense fruits? Almost daily…right! So, here is one such way to turn the vitamin loaded juicy delights in to a fun food that can be enjoyed by both kids and adults alike…

Just whip up some kitchen essentials, pop up any of your favorite fruit bites on to a skewer or a tooth pick, and you have a part ready snack to nourish you and pep up your taste buds!

This dip goes well with any type of fruit, tropical, citrus, berries, juicy melons and many other varieties. You may enjoy this dip as a healthy appetizer or an even healthier dessert. Just tweak the sugar content to your taste preference and personalize this recipe to your desire.

Aren’t you getting eager to try out this super duper simple preparation right away?? So, just get going and do share with me how did it turn out for you and your loved ones.


Take a bowl and add the Greek yogurt to it. Top the yogurt with the cream cheese and whisk the ingredients using a fork or a whisk for 5 minutes or until the mixture is well blended and smooth in consistency.

Blend in the brown sugar and vanilla extract until the mixture is well combined. Skew the fruit bites in to the tooth pick, one fruit piece over each tooth pick. Serve the fruit dip with the skewed fruit pieces and enjoy!


Use a fork or a whisk to whip up the yogurt and cream cheese mixture. If using a hand blender try to rotate the blades in one direction only. You may cut any of your favorite fruit to bite size pieces and skew them over a tooth pick, for ease of handling, and enjoy it. You may store this dip in a refrigerator for up to 5 days in a sealed container. If desired, you may use fine powdered brown or icing sugar to get an even smoother dip. For a bit of crunch, you may switch to granulated sugar variety. Add a few sprigs of freshly chopped mint leaves to add a fresh zing to the dip.

Nutrition Facts

Nutritional information (per serving): 91 Calories, 1.4g Total fat (0.9g Saturated fat, 0.1g Polyunsaturated fat, 0.4g Monounsaturated fat), 8mg Cholesterol, 44.2mg Sodium, 151.5mg Potassium, 15g Total carbohydrates (0.8g Dietary fiber, 11.7g Sugars), 6.5g Protein

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