Strawberries are delicious on their own or with a little sugar added to them. If you’ve decided to broaden your horizons and discover the many, many delicious methods to enhance the antioxidant-rich fruit’s flavor.
Nutella Greek Yogurt Dip
This is a super-easy, super-delicious dip to serve with strawberries. Simply combine Greek yogurt, Nutella, and a pinch of ground cinnamon in a mixing bowl, and you’ve got yourself a creamy and delectable dip.
Lemon-Poppy Seed Dip
The sharpness of fresh lemon pairs well with the sweetness of fresh strawberries. The addition of bright yellow fresh lemon zest to this dip adds a lovely pop of color to the presentation. Isn’t it lovely? Note: We tested this dip with different fruits for dipping and found that it didn’t taste as well as strawberries. Strawberries are a good choice for dippers.
Spiced Rum Fruit Dip
This is, without a doubt, the best kind of fruit dip. The flavor is fantastic… it’s a mix of Grand Marnier, Spiced Rum, Triple Sec, and brown sugar. I adore the texture… it’s very light and airy. And I adore how simple it is to create… if you can measure and stir, you’ve got everything you need to make this delectable dip.
Honey-Lime Yogurt Dip
Honey, lemon, and yogurt – what’s not to like? Combine strawberries to the mix, and you get a powerhouse of vitamins and minerals in a single bowl. To prepare, whisk the lime juice and lime zest with the yogurt and honey in a small bowl. Since it is best enjoyed cold, keep it refrigerated until it is time to serve.
Peanut Butter Yogurt-Dipped Strawberries
If you’re looking for a guilt-free experience, then peanut butter yogurt-dipped strawberries should be right up your alley. It’s a good source of vitamin C and calcium, which makes it great for bone health. To begin, swirl the strawberries into a heated peanut butter fondue instead of dipping them in chocolate. While they are delicious, they avoid all of the “unhealthy” components and include some of the “brain-healthy” food that is great for brain health and heart health.
Over medium heat, stir the peanut butter, yogurt, and honey together in a saucepan until well mixed, heated, and slightly thinned (about three minutes). Turn the burner off. Dip the strawberries in the heated peanut butter yogurt mixture while holding them by their green stems. If you’re going to roll them in toppings, do so while they’re still warm and lay them on a parchment-lined pan. If not, put it on parchment paper right away.
Cream Cheese Dip
Cream cheese and plain yogurt are used to make a lightened-up creamy fruit dip. Place cream cheese in the bowl of your mixer and beat on low speed until smooth and creamy. Slowly drizzle in the yogurt and beat until well mixed. Beat in the brown sugar and vanilla until smooth and blended. Taste for sweetness and make adjustments as needed. Refrigerate the dip for 1 to 2 hours after covering it.