Fluffy Peanut Butter Dip Recipe with Chocolate Chips creates a creamy, sweet dip recipe perfect for dipping sliced apples, graham crackers, fruit, and more! Peanut Butter Apple Dip is a sweet vegan dessert recipe that is a filling treat. This healthy apple dip can be made with vegan yogurt too. Serving this 6-ingredient peanut butter apple dip as party food is perfect.
Peanut Butter Apple Dip
It’s true that you can make this healthy apple dip a filling, nutritious snack! Because the flavors of peanut butter and sliced apples work so well together, it makes sense to serve it as a peanut butter dipping sauce for apples!
But you can do so much more with this easy PB dip.
I’m always trying to reduce sugar. You may know by now that I do more trying than succeeding. But the thing is, I like a little something sweet after a meal. This peanut butter spread served on a rice cake is a perfect little after-meal sweetness, while still keeping the nutrition in check.
So, here’s to new best friends…especially when it involves peanut butter, chocolate, and a little bit of healthy!
How to Make Peanut Butter Dip
Use these ingredients to make healthy peanut butter recipes:
- 15 ounce can chickpeas
- peanut butter
- agave nectar
- dairy free chocolate chips
If you want an even creamier peanut butter yogurt dip, add 1/4 to 1/2 cup of vegan yogurt to the ingredient mix. If you use a vanilla yogurt, no need to also add vanilla as a separate ingredient.
Follow these simple steps:
Step One: Pulse the Ingredients
Rinse and drain the canned chickpeas and place them in the bowl of your food processor. Add the peanut butter, agave nectar, vanilla and water and pulse for a few seconds. Use a spatula to push down ingredients on the side of the bowl and pulse again.
Now put your food processor on pulse and walk away. Not forever, but for at least 30 – 40 seconds. Go wash the dishes, get your apple slices ready, or maybe a back flip or two. The point is, you want all the ingredients to be nice and smooth and there’s nothing like 40 seconds in a food processor to make that happen.
Step Two: Add Chocolate Chips
By the way, this last step is optional. Add chocolate chips or not. Either way, this is a delicious recipe!
How to Eat Peanut Butter Dip
You may be asking what to dip in peanut butter? Well, this recipe makes a delicious, healthy pretzel dip! It also makes a perfect peanut butter fruit dip recipe as well! In particular, sliced bananas are absolutely amazing dipped in peanut butter. Serve this dip with graham crackers for a complete indulgence!
You can also spread this dip over rice cakes too! And it makes a great low calorie celery dip too!
This is a good article on the nutritional benefits of peanut butter.
For a lower carb version of this PB spread, replace the agave with stevia and use more water or yogurt to create a creamy dip. Here is the nutritional information replacing the agave nectar with stevia:
Calories: 167 Carbs: 12g Protein 6g Fat: 11g Fiber 2g Net Carbs: 10g
Love Vegan Peanut Butter Recipes?
If you love vegan peanut butter recipes, be sure to try these:
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Overnight Oats makes a great breakfast
- These vegan Peanut Butter Balls are divine!
- Peanut Butter Protien Smoothie is so rich and delicious it can make a delicious dessert too
- Peanut Butter Cookies are the ultimate snack!
I hope you love this recipe as we do! Have you tried it? Be sure and leave a comment and a rating of this recipe below and then take a quick photo and share it with me using #namelymarly on Instagram. I love seeing your creations!
Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Dip
- Rinse and drain the canned chickpeas and place them in the bowl of your food processor. Add the peanut butter, agave, vanilla, and water.
- Pulse for a second or two. Use a spatula push down any ingredients on the sides of the food processor bowl. Pulse for 30 – 40 seconds, until the mixture is very smooth. Use your spatula to push down ingredients again and continue pulsing.
- Optional: Add chocolate chips and pulse again for several seconds to help break the chocolate chips into smaller bits. Or serve mini chocolate chips on top of the dip.
The nutrition information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator and should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice.