Yogurt Fruit Dip

Alright, you’ve had your savory yogurt recipe. Now it’s time for a deliciously sweet yogurt dip to knock your socks off. As we wrap up this wonderful summer, I wanted to throw out at least one more fruity recipe for you to enjoy before all of our fruits go out of season for a while. Here I present to you a flavorful, creamy yogurt and cream cheese dip. This recipe tastes way more complicated than it really is, and party guests would never think that you could whip it up in just a few minutes!

Okay, enough of the food blogger voice. Let me just tell you about this dip. It’s dope. You only need four ingredients, and they’re all things that you can usually find in the grocery store, like the vegan cream cheese and the coconut yogurt alternative.



Once you have the cream cheese and the yogurt, you just add a little cinnamon and some sweetener of your choice. I had agave on hand so that was what I used, but maple syrup or fine cane sugar would be great as well! I love these kinds of recipes because they help me to increase my fruit intake when I’m not feeling like eating just plain fruit. I don’t mean to tempt you or anything, but the dip also goes unbelievably well in a cookie sandwich. Combine it with some salted dark chocolate chip cookies, and it’s freakin’ vegan heaven.



If you do try out this super simple combo with your next fruit platter (or cookie sandwich), please let me know what you think!

Love and peace and happiness to you 🙂



Vegan Yogurt Fruit Dip

Servings 4


  • 1 container Tofutti cream cheese or similar brand
  • 1 container vanilla vegan yogurt 5-ish oz.
  • 3 tbsp agave nectar
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon


  1. Scoop the cream cheese into a bowl and stir it until creamy and chunks are smooth. Use a mixer to make it smoother.

  2. Add in the yogurt, agave, and cinnamon, and stir until well combined and creamy.

  3. Serve with your favorite fruits, nuts, seeds, or even cookies!

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