Peanut Butter Powder Fruit Dip

Apples dipped in peanut butter is my daughter’s favorite after-school snack.

Each time I offer her an apple she sweetly asks, “Can I have peanut butter with it?”

And each time, I smile and place a generous dollop of the creamy goodness on her plate of sliced fruit.

Clear glass bowl of PB2 fruit dip sprinkled with cinnamon with green apples

Of course, I would love to eat as much peanut butter as she does, but that is just not meant to be for me and my skinny jeans.

That is where this Skinny Peanut Butter Powder Fruit Dip for One comes in to save the day!

I am happy to share my little peanut butter secret with you…

powdered peanut butter!

I was introduced to this delicious peanut butter “alternative” a couple years ago and I use it almost daily.  It consists of peanuts that have been pressed into a powder. Because of this process, much of the fat and calories have been eliminated.

Now don’t get me wrong, I am all about eating plenty of healthy fats and calories, but I do enjoy this particular “skinny” food.

Powdered peanut butter mixed with plain Greek yogurt surrounded by cinnamon sticks and Granny Smith apples.

I alternate between this peanut butter fruit dip and my Skinny Chocolate Dip for One almost every.single.night.

There are only 135 calories in this easy peanut butter powder recipe. Hello low calorie, gluten free, clean eating, and vegetarian sweet snack. πŸ™‚ 

Here are a few other ways to enjoy powdered peanut butter:

-mix it with water and use as the filling for Ants on a Log (celery, PB, raisins)

-combine it with water and dip carrots sticks

-the ahhhmazing Apple Nachos with Salted Caramel PB Sauce

-add it to chocolate smoothies…all the flavors of a peanut butter cup!

More often than not, I purchase powdered peanut butter at Sam’s Club as it is priced well, but I have also purchased it on Amazon. I have not noticed a difference between the different brands- PB2, PBfit, NakedPB.

This healthy snack will quickly become your go-to snack just like it has for me! PB2 & fruit will definitely be a win. You’ll see!

You can even make several batches of this Skinny Peanut Butter Powder Fruit Dip in advance and store in the fridge.

Container of PB Fit powdered peanut butter, plain Greek non fat yogurt, coconut sugar, salt, cinnamon, and vanilla extract on a white background for a peanut butter powder fruit dip.

Here are the ingredients you will need:

1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt

2 Tbsp powdered peanut butter

1 tsp coconut sugar

1/2 tsp vanilla extract

Dash of salt


Apple, banana, or other fruit

Skinny powdered peanut butter fruit dip ingredients ready to be mixed together.

Step 1:

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

Up close shot of the Skinny Peanut Butter Powder Fruit Dip next to an apple slicer and Granny Smith apple.

Step 2:

Wash and slice apple. Cut into wedges or prepare other fruit of choice. Sprinkle apple with cinnamon before dipping. Enjoy!

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Skinny Peanut Butter Powder Fruit Dip for One

A healthy, high protein dip recipe made with plain Greek yogurt and other clean eating ingredients! This easy and low carb powdered peanut butter (PB2, PBFit, NakedPB) dip will quickly become your favorite snack! It's perfect for dipping fruit like apples, bananas, or strawberries. Sprinkle your fruit with a little ground cinnamon before dipping! Delicious!
Prep Time5 minutes
Total Time5 minutes
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: coconut sugar, fruit, fruit dip, gluten free, low calorie, PB2, plain Greek yogurt, powdered peanut butter, vegetarian
Servings: 1 serving
Calories: 135kcal
Cost: $1.00


  • small bowl
  • measuring spoons
  • measuring cup
  • spoon


  • 1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 2 Tbsp powdered peanut butter
  • 1 tsp coconut sugar
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • dash of salt
  • apple, banana, or other fruit
  • ground cinnamon to sprinkle on fruit optional


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


  1. Kristen Hill

    I want to try this as I love apples in peanut butter. Can I substitute Stevia for coconut sugar?

    • Hi Kristin! You can absolutely substitute stevia for the coconut sugar. However, please use much less stevia than the measurement says for the coconut sugar. I’m sure you know that, but I just wanted to be sure. πŸ™‚ I hope you enjoy this yummy dip!

  2. Wendy Pucek

    I mix equal parts of the PB powder & chocolate whey protein powder together with water to a creamy consistency & I LOVE IT !!! It’s amazing…I make a tub of it every week & keep in the fridge

  3. Lisa Gregory

    5 stars
    I just started counting macros and am trying to increase my protein intake. This snack is amazing! Tastes so good and so healthy, too. Thank you!

  4. Finally tried this today and it’s awesome and very filling, thanks for the healthy snack idea!

    • Hi Danielle! I am SO glad you liked it. Thanks for letting me know and happy snacking. πŸ˜‰ Hopefully, we will run into each other soon! I hope your summer has been wonderful. πŸ™‚

  5. I haven’t seen powdered peanut butter, but now I’m going to be on the look out for it. Your dip recipe sounds tasty! Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle Sunday. Pinning.

  6. My whole family loves peanut butter, and I’m always up for trying healthier alternatives!

    Congrats on your feature in the #ThisIsHowWeRoll link party on Organized 31! Pinning now.

    • Thanks, Susan! I was honored to be featured this past week. πŸ™‚ I hope you enjoy this sweet snack recipe as much as I do! Blessings to you πŸ™‚

  7. Oh my goodness! You always have such great ideas! Thanks for sharing on the Homestead Blog Hop. I hope we see you there again tomorrow!

  8. Hi Sammi! In my quest to eat a little healthier, this dip was right up my alley! It looked so delicious that I’ll be featuring it tomorrow morning! Thanks so much for linking up with us at You Link It, We Make It and we hope you’ll link up with us again! – Kim @

    • Wow! Thank you so much for featuring this recipe, Kim. Yes, if you are trying to eat healthier this is a great alternative to peanut butter if you are needing to carve out a few calories here and there πŸ™‚ “See” you tomorrow!

  9. I’ve never tried powdered peanut butter but so curious. This sounds so good so it might be time to try!!

  10. I am loving this dip! So simple and packed with flavor! Thank you for sharing this scrumptious recipe at the Delicious Dishes Recipe Party!

  11. Powdered peanut butter?! I’ve never heard of that before!

    This looks and sounds fabulous!

    Thanks for sharing (and for linking up to the #SHINEbloghop).

    Wishing you a lovely weekend.

  12. This is an awesome combination! Can’t wait to try!

  13. My husband’s two favorite ingredients are chocolate and…peanut butter. Thank you for sharing this with us at the Family Joy Blog Linkup. I’ve never purchased powdered peanut butter but I saw you said it’s available on Amazon.

    • Hi Charlotte! Who doesn’t love chocolate and peanut butter?! YUM! Yes, you can purchase powdered PB online or you can probably find it at your local grocer πŸ™‚

  14. Regular peanut butter tends to “slip off” especially with a juicy Apple. I love this dip- seems easier to actually dip the apple!

  15. Great idea! I just saw the PB Fit in the store yesterday, I am going to pick up some and definitely try this dip. Pinned πŸ™‚

  16. This peanut butter dip is such a great idea! You save so many calories by using powdered peanut butter! Loos absolutely delicious and refreshing!

  17. We make a version of this almost every week. πŸ™‚ If you want it fluffy, you can also fold in some whipped topping.

  18. I am with your daughter on this one… every apple slice needs a big dollop of peanut butter! Any ideas on the amounts if I use regular peanut butter? We don’t have the powdered right now. Thanks!

    • Hey girl! Try adding 1 Tbsp of regular peanut butter and see if it is “peanut buttery” enough πŸ˜‰ You may need a teaspoon more…on darn, right?! YUM!

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