This Fruit Dip is the perfect dessert or sweet treat! Plus, it’s made with just 6 ingredients and is ready to enjoy in 10 minutes.
Delish Fruit Dip Recipe
This light and bright fruit dip is such a fun addition to any festive spread.
It’s perfect for a summer BBQ or can lighten up a wintery spread with fresh fruit dipped into this absolutely delightful tart and sweet Greek yogurt fruit dip.
So, whip up this fruit dip with just 6 ingredients, and let’s get dipping!
Why you’ll love it!
Amazing flavor: You’ll love the sweet honey flavor combined with the fresh zest of citrus in this fruit dip.
Oh so versatile: Obviously, you can dip fruit in this fruit dip, but it’s also great for dipping graham crackers, pretzels and cookies.
Ready in 10 minutes: That’s right! This yogurt dip is ready to enjoy in 10 minutes flat, and requires nothing but a bowl and a spatula.
Ingredients for Fruit Dip
All you need for this incredible fruit dip is the following 6 ingredients. Feel free to top with our optional garnishes, and enjoy! You’ll need:
- 2% Greek yogurt
- Vanilla extract
- Lemon zest
- Orange zest
- Pinch of salt
- Poppy seeds
- Fresh mint leaves
How to Make Fruit Dip
Making this fruit dip is as easy as 1-2-3. Here’s what you need to do:
Add all of the ingredients for the fruit dip to a bowl and mix until well combined.
Pour into serving bowl
Then, pour the fruit dip into a serving bowl and top with optional garnishes.
Serve & Enjoy!
Serve the fruit dip with fresh fruit, graham crackers, pretzels, or whatever your heart desires. We’re making some recommendations below 😀
If you love this yogurt dip, we’re betting you’ll enjoy our delectable chocolate hummus! Serve them together for the ultimate dip spread.
How to Serve Fruit Dip
The options here truly are endless! We love this fruit dip with berries and graham crackers, but feel free to get jazzy with your dippity dip options. We recommend any of the following:
- Sliced apples
- Sliced peaches
- Sliced pear
- Graham crackers
- Animal crackers
Top Tips for Fruit Dip
Choosing Greek Yogurt: We used 2% Greek yogurt, but you can use whatever type of plain Greek yogurt that you’d like. If you want to use a flavored yogurt, you definitely can. Just know that it will change the flavor of your fruit dip depending on what flavor of yogurt you choose.
For a sweeter fruit dip: If you would like a sweeter fruit dip, add another tablespoon of honey.
Many fruit dip recipes are made from a combination of cream cheese, heavy cream, vanilla, and a sweetener such as honey or sugar. We’re using Greek yogurt, honey, vanilla and citrus zest.
Fruit dip tastes like a sweet and creamy whipped dessert.
Fruit dip typically lasts around 3-5 days in the fridge. Just make sure to stir it after it sits in the fridge.
Store this fruit dip in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week.
Pro tip: double or triple this recipe and use a large container of yogurt to make it, and then store right in there for snacks throughout the week.
Photography: photos taken in this post are by Ashley McGlaughlin from The Edible Perspective.