Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Toddler Tuesdays: Yogurt Dip

This dip is a game changing Toddler Tuesday post in my household!

In the past week or two Landon has discovered dipping. He loves dips! Even when he refuses all food he will happily dip his meal in whatever is around. This weekend alone he ate a healthy dose of ketchup, salsa, and potato soup (yes... he used soup as a dip) by way of dipping. So with that said, I've decided to capitalize on his love of dipping and try to make some healthier dips that pack some nutritional value (you know... more than the ketchup he ate for dinner last night). 

This yogurt dip was delicious. John basically wanted to steal it from Landon, but I forced him to share with the baby. You can make as many varieties of this as you want by using different flavored yogurts with as many different dippers as you want. Overall I can see us making this several times a week for my little man!

Since I plan to make this regularly for Landon, some dippers I thought of were fruit, waffle sticks/pancakes, toast cut into strips, crackers, and graham crackers. If you have any other ideas feel free to tell me in the comments!

Source: Inspired by I Was Born To Cook

4 oz Greek yogurt (I used banana)
1 heaping tsp Sunbutter (or peanut butter)
Cinnamon (optional)

1- Stir all ingredients together. Serve cold.


  1. What a fabulous idea! I'm going to try it, with supervision... lol. (I wish I could find a good bowl that suctioned well to the tray of H's high chair - he'll dump it on the floor as soon as I turn my back, and grin gleefully at me.)

  2. Great adaptation! We really enjoyed this.