Sunday, August 28, 2011

Cinnamon Coconut Milk Yogurt Fruit Dip

I use to make this recipe with cow’s milk yogurt, but haven’t made it in a long time.  Until, that is, our most recent summer visit to Connecticut.  My sister needed something to bring for ‘snack day’ at work.  I gave her a few options, and wouldn’t you know… she loved the sound of everything.  So I chose my old favorite and it was settled.  I was in the kitchen for the rest of the evening preparing snack for tomorrow’s ‘snack day’. Oh don’t feel bad - we all know the kitchen is my favorite room to be in!

The Results? When she came home from work the next evening, she was so excited to tell me how much people loved the snacks.  Especially the fruit dip she brought! I was beaming as she told me how they ate every last bit.  They even resorted to dunking the brownies in the dip when the fruit was all gone! Not a bad idea actually.   

Anyhow, I was so thrilled about my sister’s reviews, that I decided to make it again for an upcoming family BBQ.  Only this time, I ‘veganized’ it by using the coconut yogurt.   The results? Well, when I went to pick up my plates at the end of the day – there was nothing left.  That’s a great sign! 
Now I really don’t believe we need to add sweeteners to fruit - it’s already so sweet and delicious by itself!  But sometimes, I like to change things up a bit and make them even more special.  Well, this is the dip that does it!  Enjoy. 

What you need:

1 cup of coconut milk yogurt
2 tbs brown sugar
1 tsp cinnamon
Lots of fresh fruit

Mix ingredients well and chill in the refrigerator for 2 hours. Serve with lots of fresh fruit.
*If you can’t find coconut milk yogurt you can substitute with soy yogurt.

**If you are interested in making a simple homemade raw vegan coconut yogurt, here is a link from a newly discovered favourite blog that’ll tell you how.


  1. What a simple and delicious idea! We can't wait to try this with both our traditional Coconut Milk Yogurt and our new Greek-style Coconut Milk Yogurt (coming to stores soon!) Thanks so much for sharing the recipe! :)

  2. Thank Gail. I actually used the So Delicious Coconut Milk Yogurt, I absolutely love it. Let us know how you like the fruit dip. Can't wait to try the new So Delicious Greek-style Coconut Milk Yogurt.


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  4. I went dairy free about 7 months ago. I feel GREAT! I was tasked with making a fruit dip for a family gathering that is tomorrow. I am SO excited to have found this wonderfully simple recipe that sounds just delicious! I will be using the So Delicious Coconut Milk Yogurt and will let you know what all my non vegan, dairy eating family members think! THANK YOU!

  5. That's great Stephanie. Glad to hear it was a hit!