This is a delightfully easy and creamy peanut butter fruit dip recipe. It’s a three ingredient peanut butter dip that is excellent for an after school snack and so much more!
Update your fruit tray with this fresh take on a traditional dip that will have everyone asking for the recipe. This dip is an incredible crowd pleaser for tailgates, holiday parties, summer cookouts and so much more!
This creamy Peanut Butter Fruit Dip is an amazing way to turn fruit into a special treat. It’s luxuriously creamy and sooooo good!
Step aside traditional cream cheese and cool whip dips! There’s a new flavor in town!
When making peanut butter frosting for our brownies, I realized that it’s equally good as a fruit dip. Mix up your fruit platter this fall with this sweet peanut butter dip you can whip up in minutes!
Serve it with apples and pears, fruit kabobs and add a marshmallow or two just for fun. Apples have never been so happy – and neither have our girls!
Use the drop down Table of Contents menu to navigate this post with ease. You’ll learn how to make this incredible fruit dip, what to serve it with, and so much more!
Why You’ll Love this Peanut Butter Dip
- It travels well
- Displays beautifully without effort
- Pantry ingredients + Milk
- So simple to throw together
Peanut Butter Fruit Dip Ingredients
- Peanut Butter – Crunchy or creamy, your choice – but we generally use smooth! Learn how to make peanut butter here.
- Powdered Sugar – Also known as confectioner’s sugar, it sweetens the dip while maintaining a creamy texture. If you don’t have any on hand, you can pulse white granulated sugar in a food processor until fine and fluffy.
- Milk – Anything from skim milk to heavy cream works well.
- Add a splash of vanilla extract for even more delicious fragrance and flavor. You can even make your own homemade vanilla!
- Top with shaved chocolate, nuts, or a drizzle of salted caramel sauce.
How to Make Peanut Butter Fruit Dip
- Combine – In a medium mixing bowl combine peanut butter and powdered sugar until smooth.
- Serve – Serve with your favorite fruits and crackers.
- It’s quickest and easiest to make this fruit dip in a stand mixer, but you can do it by hand, it will just take a little longer!
- Make sure that all of the ingredients are well combined and the dip is silky smooth.
- Make it ahead. This fruit dip keeps well, as directed below.
This dip is a perfect make ahead appetizer. Once you’ve made it, transfer it to an airtight container or cover the bowl with plastic wrap and it will keep in the fridge for up to a week.
Scaling up, down or substituting? You’ll love this printable Measurement Conversion Chart!
Frequently Asked Questions
Give your sliced apples or bananas a spray (or dunk) with lemon juice to preserve their color and prevent them from browning.
So many fruits pair beautifully with this classic nut butter! Choose apples, bananas, and even strawberries for a flavorful combination you’ll love.
- Apples – Granny Smith, Gala, Pink Lady, Jonagold, Honeycrisp. Toss in citrus juice to prevent browning.
- Pears – Toss in citrus juice to prevent browning.
- Grapes – Red or green.
- Bananas – Serve immediately or covered in citrus juice to prevent browning.
- Melon – Cantaloupe and honey dew.
- Graham Crackers
- Nilla Wafers
How to Store
- At Room Temperature – For up to two hours while serving.
- Refrigerate – This peanut butter dip can be made up to 48 hours in advance, and stored in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 3-4 days.
- Freeze – While this dip can be frozen, it can become grainy and separate upon defrosting, so I don’t recommend it.
- Gluten Free
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- Combine ingredients until smooth.
- Serve with your favorite fruits, crackers and more.
- Graham Crackers
- Nilla Wafers
Estimated nutrition information is provided as a courtesy and is not guaranteed.