We all want to get a little fruity every now and then. Whether it’s to boost nutrient intake, make sure the kids are getting their vitamins or just to impress the lads at the next footie game 😉 , we’ve got your back. This reeeaaaaallllyyyyy easy yogurt dip only takes a couple of mins to knock together and adds a whole new spin to your five a day.
We’re on a bit of a nut craze at the mo, and that’s reflected in this recipe.
If you’re anything like us then you probably don’t eat anywhere near the recommended amount of fruit – this dip is here to change that.
It’s great as a snack or even as a full meal – just dip in your favourite fruits!
It’s really tasty (how could yoghurt and peanut butter not be?) and you can even make your own peanut butter to save on money, sugar and additives.
Health Benefits – High Protein Yogurt Dip
It’s high in protein thanks to the nuts and yoghurt – and everybody needs protein!
Whether you’re rebuilding muscles after a workout or just wanting to stave off the effects of growth failure or decreased immunity then make sure you get your daily fill.
As I said, we’re all nuts about nuts (sorry) right now – they’re incredible. Every diet should include a few a day. They reduce your risk of heart disease, lower bad cholesterol and raise good cholesterol.
They help prevent blood clots and irregular heart rhythms, relax blood vessels and ease blood flow. They also contain vitamin E, fibre and potassium.
It’s a no-brainer, really.
High Protein Yogurt Dip
High Protein Yogurt Dip. Just three ingredients: plain yogurt, peanut butter and honey. 14g of protein per 100g. Perfect with fruit and ready in 3 minutes.
- 1 cup natural yogurt (Greek yogurt also goes great)
- ½ cup peanut butter
- 1 tbsp honey
The "Universal Ingredient Ratio" for this dip
- 2 parts yogurt
- 1 part peanut butter
- ¼ part honey
- Easy as pie (or dip).
- Get a bowl, add yogurt, peanut butter and honey.
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