Healthier Chocolate Fruit Dip

Just 10 minutes to this healthier chocolate fruit dip! Creamy and perfect for dipping, it’s made with coconut milk, maple syrup, cocoa powder and avocado!

If you need me, you can probably find me standing in front of my fridge grabbing a spoonful of this healthy chocolate fruit dip. 

A white bowl filled with Healthier Chocolate Fruit Dip with fruit in the background.

Or scooping up an obscene amount with a fresh strawberry. Or layering it in a little bowl with some fruit and chocolate chips.

A little sweet bite after lunch? Sureeee. How about a pre-dinner snack. Okay fine, twist my arm. Or of course at night when dessert reigns supreme.

This is what you are led to when you make three different versions of this dip over the course of probably a little over two weeks.

This tends to happen when you are completely obsessive, cannot let things go and recipes don’t turn out *exactly* how you envision them. It’s a sickness I tell you.

On the plus side, I have not gotten tired of this dip yet. It’s actually turned into quite the dirty little habit. But! There’s nothing all that bad in this awesome treat – so maybe it’s not such a horrible habit after all.

A white bowl filled with Healthy Chocolate Fruit Dip with fruit to the side.

Ingredients In This Healthy Chocolate Fruit Dip

Made up of just a few ingredients like coconut milk, cocoa powder, maple syrup and vanilla extract, this dip is hard to resist (and comes together in a pinch!).

And then there’s the magic ingredient. Avocado. It helps make the dip richer and creamy but it’s all sneaky and you can’t taste it. All you think you are eating is an awesome sort of chocolate pudding-y dip.

Now, let’s address one last point. I know when you look down at the recipe 1 ½ avocados seems like an odd amount. But I promise, just do it.

Save the other half for avocado toast. I speak from experience here (hence all the versions of the dip). And the 1 ½ is just right. 1 is too little, 2 is too much.

I’m like the goldilocks of chocolate fruit dip.

A white bowl filled with Chocolate Avocado Fruit Dip with a strawberry in the dish.

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Healthier Chocolate Fruit Dip

Healthier Chocolate Fruit Dip

Yield: about 10 servings
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

Recipe for healthy chocolate fruit dip! Creamy and perfect for dipping! Made with coconut milk, maple syrup, cocoa powder and avocado!

Ingredients

  • 1 (13.5 ounce) can full-fat coconut milk
  • 1 ½ ripe medium avocados, pitted and sliced
  • ⅓ cup unsweetened cocoa powder
  • ½ cup pure maple syrup
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • pinch of salt
  • cacao nibs or chocolate chips, for garnish (optional)
  • assorted sliced fruit and / or berries, for serving

Instructions

  1. Add the coconut milk, avocados, cocoa powder, maple syrup, vanilla extract and salt to the bowl of a food processor. Process until completely smooth, stopping to scrape down the sides as needed (it takes a minute or more to smooth out in mine).
  2. Transfer the mixture to a container with a lid and sprinkle the top with the cacao nibs for garnish (if using). Refrigerate for several hours, until well chilled and it has set up a bit (I like to let it chill overnight).
  3. Serve with fresh fruit (or whatever your heart desires!) for dipping.

Notes

I felt like this is one of those recipes where the quality of the cocoa powder makes a difference in taste! So if possible, go for something good here!

If you want to pump up the chocolate even more, fold extra chocolate chips into the dip itself instead of just garnishing with them on top - so good!

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 10 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 180 Total Fat: 13g Saturated Fat: 8g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 4g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 22mg Carbohydrates: 16g Fiber: 3g Sugar: 10g Protein: 2g
Nutrition data shown is an estimate provided by an online calculator and is for informational purposes only. It should not be considered a substitute for a medical professional’s advice.