Packed with protein, healthy fats, and probiotics, this peanut butter yogurt is a healthy and satisfying breakfast or snack for babies, kids, and adults alike! It is so easy to make with plenty of ways to customize to your cravings.
Peanut Butter Yogurt
I make a lot of different flavored yogurts because my oldest child woke up one morning and decided he doesn't like plain yogurt anymore (although I think he's slowly coming back around again).
So far I've shared these easy blended yogurt recipes that are made with just 3-4 simple ingredients.
And now this peanut butter yogurt!
While it's delicious with just peanut butter and yogurt, there are endless ways to elevate this flavored yogurt. You can add some honey or maple syrup to sweeten it up, warm spices like cinnamon, fruit, or even grated carrots (our personal favorite!).
Double the recipe and enjoy as a quick, healthy breakfast or snack throughout the week with different toppings for variety.
- Plain Greek yogurt - I recommend using whole milk Greek yogurt (4% or 5%) especially for young kids, as fat is essential for optimal brain development. You can also use regular yogurt. The only difference is the thickness. Feel free to swap with any dairy-free alternative, if needed.
- Natural peanut butter - use creamy or crunchy, depending on your preference.
- Vanilla extract (optional) - adds a subtle sweetness and depth of flavor
- Finely grated carrots (optional) - I know this may sound strange BUT I highly encourage you to give it a try! The carrots add texture and sweetness and is an easy way to get more vegetables into your child's diet.
Related: Carrots for babies (with recipes)
- Add all the ingredients to a medium bowl and stir until smooth.
- Taste and adjust to your liking. Add more peanut butter or sweetener of choice if you desire a sweet yogurt.
- Enjoy immediately with toppings of choice or store in the refrigerator.
Here are some suggestions to modify the recipe to suit your needs and preferences.
- An alternative to peanut butter? Use almond butter or any nut butter or seed butter for an allergy-friendly option
- Instead of using plain yogurt, try with flavored yogurt.
- Cinnamon, nutmeg, or pumpkin pie spice - adds warmth
- Desire a sweet yogurt? add some honey (avoid for under 1), pure maple syrup, or date syrup for a no added sugar alternative.
- You can also enjoy as a peanut butter yogurt dip with your favorite fruits, like apple slices and strawberries, or graham crackers.
You can enjoy this peanut butter yogurt on its own or take it up a notch with any of these add-ins.
As long as I switch up the toppings, my kids don't mind eating this peanut butter yogurt bowl everyday.
- Fresh fruit, like banana slices and berries
- Dried fruit
- Nuts (be sure tofinely grind for babies)
- Seeds (hemp, flax, chia)
- Granola (try this homemade no added sugar granola)
- Yogurt melts - The texture is similar to freeze-dried fruit and made with real fruit, beets or carrots, and yogurt. Use the code MIN5 for $5 off your order.
- Coconut flakes
- Fruit jam - homemade or store-bought. Try this no-added sugar strawberry jam.
- Cocoa powder
- Chocolate chips or cacao nibs
Store this yogurt dip in an airtight container and refrigerate for up to 1 week. Be sure to give it a good stir before serving.
You can also freeze for up to 2 months. But note that the texture will not be the same, although still delicious.
Here's everything you need to know about freezing yogurt!
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Peanut butter yogurt
- 1 cup plain yogurt
- 3 tablespoons peanut butter, smooth or crunchy
- ½ teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- ½-1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 2-3 teaspoons honey, maple syrup, or date syrup
- 1-2 tablespoons finely grated carrots
- Add all the ingredients to a medium bowl and stir until smooth. Taste and add more honey, if you desire a sweeter dip.
- Enjoy immediately or store in the refrigerator.
- Store in an airtight container and refrigerate for up to 1 week. Be sure to give it a good stir before serving.
- You can also freeze for up to 2 months. Here's how to freeze yogurt.