Key lime yogurt fruit dip


Saint Patrick’s Day was always a big deal growing up. My mom would go ALL out for breakfast. Everything you can think of was turned green. The pancakes, milk, syrup, juice, fruit dip and probably even the butter. It was so fun! I love those memories as a kid. I wanted to carry that tradition on with my family and the kids sure enjoyed it this morning. We made this key lime yogurt fruit dip which was a big hit.

The best part? The kids can practically make it themselves. It includes two ingredients and will take you less than 60 seconds to make. We love to do different variations of yogurts too. Raspberry is one of my faves to mix in. :)
Two ingredient fruit dip (a 60 second recipe) on I Heart Nap Time

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Key lime yogurt fruit dip


  • 1 8 oz container Cool Whip
  • 2 6 oz containers of Key Lime Yoplait Yogurt (or your favorite flavor)


1. Combine the yogurt and cool whip in a large bowl. Serve with fresh fruit. Store in the refrigerator. Enjoy!

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Two ingredient fruit dip (a 60 second recipe) on I Heart Nap Time

This recipe is so delicious and is less than 50 calories per serving. You’ll never go back to the marshmallow creme again. ;)

Two ingredient fruit dip (a 60 second recipe) on I Heart Nap Time

Here’s a cute pic of my little leprechauns enjoying their green breakfast today. We had Green German pancakes, green smoothies and green fruit dip. Kid approved! :)

Green breakfast on I Heart Nap Time

Have a great week friends!

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Jamielyn Nye

Creative director and founder of I Heart Naptime. Jamielyn aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. When she’s not creating, Jamielyn loves to chase her three little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.

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4 comments on “Key lime yogurt fruit dip”

  1. I love that this is so easy! Great idea. I will have to try this! I love Key Lime, and so does one of my daughters! (I will have to use a different flavor of yogurt for the other daughter — perhaps strawberry banana!)

  2. What a cute idea! We are dippers in my home…and this dip is a must on my list! Thank you for sharing!

  3. Yummy! Your kids are so cute and look like they really enjoyed their St. Patrick’s Day breakfast!! Love the orange mustache on the straw!! I love that this dip is healthy! It’s going in my recipe book! Thanks so much!!

  4. Key lime/Coolwhip with fruit will be served to my card playing group. A nice alternative to calorie laden deserts.  Thanks, Diana

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