Clean Eating Chocolate Fruit Dip

If you were to show up at my house each night, you would see that this Clean Eating Chocolate Fruit Dip is my go-to snack before bed.

I rarely tire of eating it.

There is just something about chocolate that ends a day perfectly.

Clean Eating Chocolate Fruit Dip for One in a small clean bowl surrounded by fruit.

This Clean Eating Chocolate Fruit Dip recipe was born when I was trying to get in shape a few years ago.

My clothes were tight and I knew I was not taking care of myself. It’s embarrassing to admit when most of my friends think I am kind of a health nut.

But nobody is perfect and health journeys are never easy.

Enter: portion control. Why does it have to be so hard?!

I began to realize that I could eat all the healthy, “clean”, nutrient dense food I wanted, but if my body wasn’t burning all that fuel it would find a place to store it.

Let’s just say, my skinny jeans don’t exactly appreciate where my body chooses to store it. πŸ˜‰

Healthy fruit dip in a clean bowl sprinkled with mini chocolate chips.

That is when I jumped on the Greek yogurt bandwagon. Do you remember a few years ago, when Greek yogurt was this exciting new health food? It was all the rage and I knew I wanted to try it!

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I couldn’t believe how similar it was to sour cream, yet high in protein!

I started to use it as a substitute for oil in baking and subbing it for sour cream in savory dips.

Then one evening, a light bulb went off.  I wondered if I could create a sweet dip to accompany my all-time favorite snack, a crisp apple.

Shiny red apples stacked next to a homemade chocolate yogurt.

My original recipe used liquid stevia to sweeten, but I am partial to coconut sugar now. I will be the first to admit, this dip may not be sweet enough for your taste buds. If that is the case, increase the amount of coconut sugar in 1 tsp increments until it is the perfect dip for you.

I prefer a slightly richer-tasting dip to balance out the sweetness of my fruit.

Okay, I know you are chomping at the bit to try this incredible Clean Eating Chocolate Fruit Dip recipe so let’s get to it!

All the ingredients needed for a healthy fruit dip.

Here are the ingredients you will need:

1/2 cup plain Greek Yogurt

1 Tbsp cocoa powder

2 tsp coconut sugar

1/2 tsp vanilla extract

1/16 ( a couple drops) almond extract

Dash of salt

Apple, strawberries, or fruit of choice

Greek yogurt, cocoa powder, and coconut sugar ready to be combined.

Step 1:

Mix all ingredients (minus the fruit) in a small bowl.

Clean Eating Chocolate Fruit Dip mixed together with a spoon.

Step 2:

Wash and slice apple. Cut into wedges or prepare other fruit of choice. Enjoy your healthy fruit dip!

What is your favorite nighttime snack? Does it involve chocolate?

Clean Eating Chocolate Fruit Dip for One

This healthy, high protein dip recipe made with plain Greek yogurt and other clean eating ingredients is the perfect snack or dessert! This easy, low carb, and low calorie chocolate dip will quickly become your favorite snack! It's perfect for dipping fruit like apples or strawberries. At only 100 calories you can indulge without feeling guilty.
Prep Time5 minutes
Total Time5 minutes
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: All American
Keyword: chocolate, clean eating, cocoa powder, fruit dip, low calorie, plain Greek yogurt
Servings: 1 serving
Calories: 100kcal
Cost: $1.00


  • small bowl
  • spoon


  • 1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 1 Tbsp cocoa powder
  • 2 tsp coconut sugar
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/16 tsp (a couple drops) almond extract
  • a dash of salt
  • sliced apple or fresh strawberries


  • Mix all ingredients (minus the fruit) in a small bowl.
  • Wash and slice apple. Cut into wedges or prepare other fruit of choice. Enjoy!


If this dip is not be sweet enough for your taste buds, increase the amount of coconut sugar in 1 tsp increments until you are satisfied.
Calories are calculated for the dip. It does not include fruit.


  1. Featuring this recipe on Allergy Free Thursdays this week, thanks for sharing it! I can’t wait to mix up a bowl when those chocolate cravings hit. Can’t wait to see what you share this week!

  2. This sounds so perfect and I love that you made the recipe for a single serving! That is one of my main problems – portion control. I haven’t made this yet, but I’m going to order coconut sugar so I can try it soon. We live in such a small town, I can’t find it anywhere. Even though I haven’t tried it yet, I’m featuring it as one of my additional features at You Link It, We Make It tomorrow! Pinning and hope to see you back at the party!

  3. Delicious, thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop, pinning and tweeting

  4. That dip looks amazing! And, such a great addition to fruit without going overboard on calories!

    • I don’t think you will find a lower calorie chocolate dip that still uses whole food ingredients and no weird sugar substitute. Thanks for your kind words, Gayle! I hope you enjoy this yummy dip πŸ™‚

  5. This looks wonderful! Thank you for sharing, can’t wait to try it, Pinned πŸ™‚

  6. Ummmm, REEE-diculous. This little heap of heaven looks and sounds delectable. You cannot beat a chocolate recipe that is healthy! I also love the fact that it’s a single serving. I’d go back for seconds and thirds, and then end up just standing over the bowl with a spoon;-)

    Thanks so much for sharing this awesome recipe. Will definitely be pinning! #SundayBlogHop

    • Put the spoon down. LOL You made me laugh out loud, Katie! Gosh, I am blushing from your gushing. …And apparently, I rhyme in comments now πŸ˜‰ Thank you so much for stopping by and making my day. Enjoy your “little heap of heaven” when you make it!

  7. I have always been a big fan of yogurt both for eating and as a substitute for sour cream or buttermilk in baking. Thanks for partying with us on Creative K Kids Tasty Tuesdays.

  8. This dip sure does look amazing! I do not have the patience to tweak stuff in the kitchen so I’m sure glad you have done if for me! πŸ™‚

  9. This is right up my alley! I am all about eating healthy and portion control. I would probably just eat it right out of the bowl. #SundayBlogHop

  10. This looks insanely good. I might even try putting it into Popsicle molds for healthy fudge pops. Mmmm. Thanks for sharing!!

  11. Yum! What an awesome healthy treat! Taking the guilt out of snacking!

  12. I am so glad you finally got this recipe published so the “rest of us” could enjoy your go-to-snack (I mean seriously, it’s like all you talk about!). Will definitely be trying it soon. I really enjoy how you gave step by step photos this time……

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