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Sep 07

Creamy Maple Fruit Dip

Now this is the way to always eat fruit…with this creamy maple fruit dip!  One dunk into this bowl of yummy, heavenly dip and you will be hooked for life!


I have been making this for years and eating it by the spoonful, atop fruit, pancakes, oatmeal and more!  You can make a big batch on the weekend so the kiddos have a healthy snack to tear into when they arrive home absolutely famished from school!  It will also pack well in their lunch box (sprinkle a bit of lemon juice on the sliced apples so they don’t turn brown).


Creamy Maple Fruit Dip


  • 2/3 cup raw, creamy unsalted almond butter (can substitute all-natural peanut butter)

  • 2 Tbsp. pure maple syrup

  • 2-3 dashes of pure maple extract (each brand varies in concentration…I like Frontier brand and it is very concentrated)

  • Few dashes of cinnamon powder

  • Splash of pure vanilla extract

  • 1 teaspoon of coconut oil, melted

  • 2 pinches of sea salt

  • Optional: splash of almond milk to achieve desired thinness of dipping sauce


  • Place all ingredients, except almond milk, in a bowl and mix by hand until thoroughly blended.

  • If you would like a thinner dipping sauce add a splash of almond milk and mix again until desired thinness is achieved.





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  1. Diane. Houdek

    This sounds wonderful. All ingredients I usually have in my cupboard. Can’t wait to try it. Thanks for another healthy recipe that my family will enjoy.

    1. Jen

      Thanks, Diane! My husband and I chowed this whole batch over weekend brunch. It is dangerously yummy!

  2. Jane F.

    I like this recipe because I don’t need a food processor.

    1. Jen

      Hi Jane. So glad this is easy for you to prepare. Enjoy!

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