Peanut Butter Dunk
Mix up this easy-to-make dip with your children. It makes a great healthy snack or dessert.
Number of servings: 4
Serving size: 1/4 of prepared recipe
1/2 cup reduced fat creamy peanut butter, room temperature
2-4 tablespoons low-fat milk
Fruits and/or vegetables for serving (apple, banana, pineapple, carrots, celery, etc.)
Time needed: 5 minutes preparation
- Slowly stir milk into peanut butter, 1 tablespoon at a time, until peanut butter mixture is soft and creamy.
- Serve the dip with fruit slices or chunks, and/or vegetable sticks.
|Total Fat:||12.2 g|
|Saturated Fat:||2.1 g|
|Total Carbohydrate:||13.4 g|
|Dietary Fiber:||1.9 g|
|Total Sugar:||3.9 g|
Allergens: Nuts, dairy
Tips and variations
Enjoy this dip as a healthy snack or as a tasty desert.
Help small children create “ants on the log.” Spread the dip on celery sticks. Stick raisins (ants) to the dip.
Serve leftover dip on whole wheat toast or a rice cake, topped with sliced bananas or raisins.
Use this dip to create a healthy breakfast wrap. Spread the dip on a whole grain tortilla and top with sliced fruit and a handful of granola. Fold the wrap burrito-style and cut in half if desired.
This recipe was developed by University of Minnesota Extension Center for Family Development staff.
Fruit Dip — Stir up this tasty dip with your young children. Dip is a great way to get kids and adults to try new fruits.
Fruit and cheese kabobs — Make this healthy treat for snack or on-the-go breakfast. Your kid will love helping you create these colorful kabobs.
Banana pancakes — Make pancakes a little healthier by adding whole wheat flour and bananas. This is great with other fruits too — the possibilities are endless!