Marsh-bani Fruit Dip & Fruit Salad

It doesn’t get easier or tastier than this. Honestly it’s just delicious. The fruit dip is sweet and a little tangy, ridiculous when you think about how easy it is. Did I mention it is fat-free? Your taste buds will never know. The yogurt goodnessย coats the fruit nicely as a dip, but why stop there? The next thought was, oh my goodness, this needs to be in a fruit salad. And can I just tell you, it was stellar. As in: this is what fruit salad needs to taste like for the rest of my life. If you are having a party this weekend, it’s great to serve dip style or in individual cups. So because I really can’t decide which way I like more, I’m sharing both. Lastly, let meย just add that if you have any left over, you should throw it into a morning smoothie, because it is awesome… and so are you.

1 cup Marshmallow Creme

1/2 cup Chobani Fat Free Vanilla Greek Yogurt

1 pint blueberries, rinsed and drained

2 pints strawberries, rinsed and drained

2 large bananas (or 3 medium), I leave mine in the peel and third or quarter

2 apples, cut into wedges (with a couple center slices reserved for garnish)

Dipping fruit of your choice

Garnish with apple slices and fresh mint (optional)

That’s it! Two parts marshmallow creme to 1 part Chobani Vanilla Greek yogurt. Brilliant! I used a hand held mixer (with a whisk attachment) to blend the marshmallow and yogurt in a medium sized bowl. If you are blendingย by hand, just mix until they are incorporated. Place the mixture into the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes (or until party time), andย the marshmallow and yogurt blend will continue to infuse.


Now if you want to turn it into fruit salad…

Hull and half (or quarter depending on size) your strawberries, peel your bananas and cut them along with the apples into bite size pieces. Place the fruit into a bowl, drizzle with the Marsh-bani Fruit Dip and gently toss. I take the extra step of tossing the fruit salad in a separate bowl fromย the one I am serving in, especially for a party… but that’s up to you. The dip can be made a day in advance, but I would not dress and toss the salad until ready to serve.ย Presentย in a bowl with a serving spoon or in individual servingย dishesย for guests to help themselves. Indulge yourself in this sweet treat!





  1. Your fruit platter looks gorgeous! Although, I’d probably choose the fruit salad to eat because I love how the dip is smothered all over the fruit…looks so good ๐Ÿ˜‹

  2. I love this!! Looks so incredibly delicious and the colors are so gorgeous!! Totes, totes amaze, my sweet friend!! ๐Ÿ˜€

      1. You know, it might work very well — especially when it’s at that soft-gooey stage. I had wondered about using it as an ice-cream topping. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. Yummy! I can just imagine how one of those strawberries would taste with marshmallow and vanilla yogurt! This is just perfect! I like the dip the best ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Mmmm! You will let me know as soon as you decide to branch out and do delivery? You know, for those of us who drool over your blog, but struggle to get the ingredients and motivation together to make all these things on our own?? Lol! I might try this for a homeschool Valentine potluck next week…

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