Honey Apple Butter Yogurt Dip is a healthy and versatile snack made in minutes with just four ingredients. This spiced dip is perfect for dipping fruit, graham crackers, and more.
When it comes to dip recipes, are you like me and immediately think of savory? Smoked gouda dip, slow cooker chipotle beef queso dip, roasted garlic hummus…so many good savory dips out there, right? But I realized I’ve been ignoring the sweet dip category for far too long, and things had to change.
Enter honey apple butter yogurt dip. It features Greek yogurt at its base and a bold hit of spiced apple flavor, thanks to the apple butter, and sweetness from honey. I went searching and turns out this is the first time apple butter has been featured on the blog. Kinda weird, given how much I enjoy it, but there’s a first time for everything. It makes this dip scream fall!
And by the way, have you ever eaten apple butter on cinnamon toast? YUM.
Three of the ingredients are obvious just from the title alone, but the fourth, almond butter, is sneakier. Adding a few tablespoons rounds out the flavor here and helps give this dip some heft and thickness.
I usually use a plain variety of natural almond butter, but use your preferred kind. It doesn’t impact the flavor as much in comparison to the apple butter and honey, but you can always add more if you’d like.
As for the recipe steps, all this yogurt dip recipe needs is to be either stirred very well or blended with a hand mixer. I usually use a mixer to keep things easy.
This dip is great scooped with a variety of things, including graham crackers, pretzels, apple slices, grapes, you name it.
Honey Apple Butter Yogurt Dip
- 1 cup Greek yogurt (vanilla or plain)
- 2/3 cup apple butter
- 2 tbsp almond butter
- 1 1/2 tbsp honey, or to taste
- Add ingredients to a bowl and stir well or mix using a hand mixer. Adjust honey to your liking. Serve alongside fruit, gingersnaps, graham crackers, etc.
Nutritional information is provided as an estimate. As it can vary due to many factors (brands used, quantities, etc.), we cannot guarantee its accuracy.