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Pumpkin Spice Greek Yogurt Dip

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This pumpkin spice Greek yogurt dip is the ultimate healthy snack or dessert recipe. Ideal for dipping fruit or eating on it’s own!

Pumpkin Spice Greek Yogurt Dip

There’s only one thing I heart more than snacks and that’s ALLTHINGS PUMPKIN!!

Pumpkin Recipes

Despite popular opinion, I’m not a huge fan of those cloyingly sweet pumpkin drinks made with artificial flavoring. Personally, I prefer the real deal pure pumpkin and being able to control the spices at home. 

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Pumpkin Spice Greek Yogurt Dip is the ultimate healthy and easy snack or dessert recipe. Ideal for dipping fruit slices, graham crackers or anything else your heart desires, this easy recipe is always a crowd favorite.

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If you’re not throwing a party, whip up a big batch and serve it on its own for a healthy post-gym snack or with muesli for a quick breakfast. The protein and vitamins in the Greek yogurt paired with the fiber and nutrients in the pure pumpkin make this dip the ultimate healthy treat.

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What are your favorite after school snacks for fall? This is my first year with a kid in school all day so I’m all ears!

No fork required.

Pumpkin Spice Greek Yogurt Dip

Pumpkin Spice Greek Yogurt Dip

4.25 stars average
This pumpkin spice Greek yogurt dip is the ultimate healthy snack or dessert recipe. Ideal for dipping fruit or eating on it’s own!
PREP: 5 mins
TOTAL: 5 mins
Servings: 10

Ingredients
 

  • 2 cups vanilla Greek yogurt (nonfat or whole milk work)
  • 1 cup pure pumpkin
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • ¼ teaspoon nutmeg
  • ¼ teaspoon ground cloves
  • slices apple (graham crackers – optional for dipping)

Instructions
 

  • Place all ingredients in a food processor or blender and pulse until smooth.
  • Pour into a bowl and serve with sliced fruit, graham crackers or anything else you wish to dip.

Nutrition

Calories: 48kcalCarbohydrates: 8gProtein: 3.6gFat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gCholesterol: 2mgSodium: 14mgFiber: 0.9gSugar: 6.3g

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21 Comments

  1. Truly appreciate the way you made this wonderful pumpkin spiced Greek yogurt dip. Everything is so nicely described that really helped me. I am looking forward for more such yummy recipes in future too.

  2. The consistancy of mine turned out well. I used a blender on whip and pulse. I doubled the recipe for two events. I thought it was a bit sour/tart and was wondering how to sweeten it up a bit. Others liked it though!

  3. So bummed, I made this recipe and now I just threw it down the sink! It is more like pumpkin drink, it wasn’t thick at all, I have looked at the recipe and the blog at least a dozen times, I did exactly what is stated. I can’t believe that is her bowl of pumpkin dip!

    1. Hi Grady! Thanks for writing in. Did you use *Greek* yogurt? The thick kind? I’ve made this many times and it always gets devoured so I want to see where I can help you make it a success as well. let me know! :)

      1. Yes I did use Greek yogurt, it is called The Greek Gods. I was pretty frustrated because I was having friends over for a scrapbook day. And I used the pure pumpkin.

      2. Tried to make this dip as well and it turns out into a liquid. Is there a chance the food processor is too much and causes this? Thinking of trying another batch but just hand stirring or blending?

  4. This sounds wonderful, although I would use allspice in place of the cloves (clove flavor is just too unpleasantly strong for us). I think it would also make a really nice frozen dessert, for those of us who live in a less chilly climate.

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