Sugar-Free Chocolate Dip {recipe}

sugar-free chocolate dip

Here’s a little secret (not so secret) about me: I’m not much of a baker. How I came to create this sugar-free chocolate dip is a case in point! I was attempting to make these truffles but had made a few modifications and it didn’t turn out. However, what I did make was this delicious and healthy fat-free chocolate dip!!

If you’ve been around this blog for any length of time, you’ve probably noticed that I like to keep my recipes simple, quick, and easy to make, such as my popular Chicken Muffins or Protein Mini Muffins. I’m all about a few ingredients and minimal prep time.

The recipe for this chocolate dip is along the same lines. Just 3 ingredients that you mix together. It should take 5 minutes total.

All you need is Cocoa powder, protein powder (I recommend using a chocolate flavored one) and greek yogurt. To add a little spice/pizzazz, add some cinnamon.

1 Tbsp cocoa powder
1 scoop chocolate protein powder
2 cups Greek yogurt

fat-free chocolate dip

Mix them all together and voila! A yummy chocolate treat that’s low in calories and contains no sugar! One tablespoon is 16 cal, 2g protein, 1g carb, 0g fat! Talk about a sweet deal!!

sugar-free chocolate dip

To make it a bit more liquidy, add a splash of unsweetened almond milk. If you want it thicker, add more protein powder. If you find it a touch bitter, use a bit less cocoa powder or add a Tbsp of honey (note, adding the honey introduces sugar to the recipe).

The dip is great cold, drizzled over some fruit, or you can heat it in a fondu set and serve warm. It would also work well as a spread for cupcakes or cake.

Try it out and let me know how you serve it!

YOUR TURN: What’s your favorite food to dip into chocolate? Share in the comments. I love pineapple!

Lydia Di Francesco, Personal Trainer

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  • FitHealthy365

    I made chocolate frozen yogurt!! So yummy.

    1 cup greek yogurt (plain 0%mf)
    3 egg whites
    4 Tbsp cocoa powder
    3 scoops protein powder (chocolate flavor)

    Mix first 3 ingredients then add protein powder.
    Freeze. Eat. Enjoy!

    Makes 2 cups.

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  • This is what I love about your blog, uncomplicated recipes. What is
    Greek yogurt? Can I just use the usual yogurt I find in the
    supermarkets?

    • FitHealthy365

      Thanks!!

      I like to keep recipes simple.

      Greek yogurt is a kind of yogurt that has more protein than regular yogurt. It’s also thicker.

      You
      can definitely get Greek yogurt at the grocery store. Just make sure to
      look at the ingredients. Some of the brands have cream as the first
      ingredient (avoid those ones).

      Hope that helps!
      Lydia

    • FitHealthy365

      Thanks!!

      I like to keep recipes simple.

      Greek yogurt is a kind of yogurt that has more protein than regular yogurt. It’s also thicker.
      You can definitely get Greek yogurt at the grocery store. Just make sure to look at the ingredients. Some of the brands have cream as the first ingredient (avoid those ones).
      Hope that helps!
      Lydia

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