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Friday, April 5, 2013

Fruit Dip Recipe - Chasing Happy

Happy Friday!!  This time tomorrow I will be on my way to STL with Meredith, woohoo!!  We just met for the first time in February at a 10K, and I'm stoked to get to run (behind her) again!  Follow me on instagram to see all my pictures this weekend and see how my run goes!!  And guess what else - this is my 100th post today!!  How did that happen so quickly?!  Please go vote for me today if you don't mind. It takes less than a minute; I promise. I'm in 3rd place now (barely), and I need to be in the top 5. You can vote every 24 hours for the next 5 days. Thank you so much!!! Don't forget to enter the giveaways here, here, here and here that end this weekend!

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Have yall met the beautiful Kenzie yet?!  She is so, so sweet and blogs over at Chasing Happy about a variety of things - which I love!  She talks about faith, food, fashion, fitness and decorating!  My favorite things!!  Take a minute to stop by and say hello if you get a chance.  = )  See yall on Monday, and wish me luck on my run!

Hi there, I’m Kenzie! I blog over at Chasing Happy, talking about all the things in life that send me into a giddy tailspin. Let’s be friends, yes?

I’m super pumped to be here on Walking in Memphis in High Heels today. Laura is a doll, doncha think? She’s so sweet, she’s even letting me share this (ridiculously easy and just as ridiculously delicious) recipe with you sweet things. I originally found this on Pinterest (oh Pinterest, you’ve made my life so much tastier!), but I’ve since adapted it a bit. I know the combination sounds a little different, but trust me… it’s like an orgasm in your mouth. Seriously. So, so good.

Ok, enough gushing. Let’s get on with it.



1 Oikos Greek yogurt cup – vanilla

1 spoonful of peanut butter

1 spoonful of honey


 Are you ready for this? 

Open up the yogurt and plop it in a Tupperware.

Add the peanut butter.

And the honey.

And a shake or two of cinnamon.

Now mix it up.

And enjoy! It’s really that easy. And Oh. My. Goodness. Delicious! Dip apple or pear slices, or throw in some berries and granola for a yummy breakfast parfait.

Eat up, lovelies!

I'm linking up today with Jean and Andrea.


  1. That looks awesome! I have never tried Greek Yogurt, but you may have finally pushed me over that edge!

  2. Love that you used the word plop! I'll def have to try this!

  3. This sounds sooo good! Writing the recipe down now and will definitely try it this weekend. Easy, simple and delicious? My type of recipe.

  4. I would have never thought to add all this together, but is looks and sounds deelish! Glad she shared it! Happy weekend, ladies!

  5. This is my FAVORITE fruit dip! I'm obsessed with Pink Lady apples, and they are simply AH-MAY-ZING when paired with the fruit dip!
    Can't wait to hear how the 1/2 went. I'll be stalking IG for updates from both you ladies! :)
    Happy Friday!

  6. I can't wait to try it.. Looks yummy!

  7. Oh my this looks amazing!! I am going to have to try this! I love anything that includes Greek yogurt!

  8. This recipe sounds really good. I was wondering what would happen if I substitute the peanut butter for nutella? :)

    xx Denysia Yu

  9. looks SO Yummy! I need to try it out!

  10. YUM!

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  11. Good luck with your run! And her dip looks yummy!

  12. Dip sounds great! Newcomer to your blog, but I have caught up very fast! Just voted for you on Facebook! Good Luck!

  13. My sister, sela, told me about your blog and it is the cutest! Trying this dip soon!

  14. My coworker Jay makes this all the time at work! I haven't tried it myself yet.

  15. Mmm looks so delicious! Found your blog on the blog hop :)

    You're In Brookelynn

  16. Visiting from the blog hop - love yummy recipes like the one you posted above (and healthy!) Have a great week :)

  17. this sounds really good - i need to try this with apple slices. yum!!

  18. Mmmm! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Found you thru the collective Link Up. :)

  19. It's a beautiful combination, peanut butter, honey, cinnamon, and easy!

    Heidi’s Wanderings

  20. Sounds yummy...i wonder if i could switch out peanut butter with something allergic. I need to try this!


  21. Good idea, sounds delicious! I'm going to try this recipe as a dip for apples.

    Om nom nom!



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