healthy pumpkin pie dip recipeWe have a lot of parties and get togethers at my house. My love language is cooking for people, so I love having lots of friends and family for dinner. I try to do it at least a few times a month. Usually that includes a lot of children too. The key to having little people over and them being happy is to feed them well. And often. I set a cute kids table and make them their own special appetizer tray. Grapes, Goldfish, cheese, strawberries, olives. It doesn’t have to be fancy, and usually, I just pull stuff from my pantry. The important part of this is to make it look special. My healthy pumpkin pie dip is perfect for the kid’s table. They love it, it tastes just like pumpkin pie! Having their own appetizer makes them feel like they are a part of the party too. Coincidentally, a lot of the adults gravitate away from the baked brie, and head over to dip a graham cracker or two.

I have partnered with Mountain High Yoghurt to create some recipes using their yogurt, you will be seeing them over the next few months. I love the idea of a dip. It is super easy, it takes about 3 minutes to make, and kids (and adults) love to have something to dip their food into. There are lots of versions of this dip out there, but most include Cool Whip and cream cheese, which is delicious, but sometimes we want a less decadent option. Using yoghurt results in a healthier version that does not lack in flavor one bit.

healthy pumpkin pie dip recipe1 cup Mountain High Yoghurt, plain
1/2 cup pumpkin puree
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon vanilla

healthy pumpkin pie dip recipeAdd yoghurt and pumpkin to a bowl.

healthy pumpkin pie dip recipeAdd brown sugar.

healthy pumpkin pie dip recipeStir in vanilla and cinnamon. Mix well. Chill for 30 minutes.

healthy pumpkin pie dip recipeServe with graham crackers and apple slices.

Healthy Pumpkin Pie Dip

Healthy Pumpkin Pie Dip


  • 1 cup Mountain High Yoghurt, plain
  • 1/2 cup pumpkin puree
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla


  1. In a small bowl, mix together all ingredients. Chill for 30 minutes. Serve with apple slices and graham crackers.

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33 Responses to Healthy Pumpkin Pie Dip

  1. This looks so creamy! I would probably eat this by the spoon-full, no need to dip anything in it :)

  2. Courtney says:

    wow this looks awesome! i will have to make this some day!

  3. Scarlett Rose says:

    WooHoo! The colors are amazing!! Can i have more please?? :-). I am definitely going to try this.


  4. Kristen says:

    Yay the first to comment that has tried this. First thank you Bree because I am on a clean eating (calorie controlled) healthy lifestyle and I love recipes that cater to my lifestyle. I saw this in my email and I had a small container of OIKOS greek yogurt and the other ingredients. I had to cut out the brown sugar as I am diabetic but I subbed 1 1/2 tbsp of agave nectar. I tried it and it was awesome. It is awesome for fall because I love buying canned pumpkin and this is a fun way to use it. Tastes aewsome and I plan to make again especially for upcoming gatherins! Thanks for the ideas and so healthy! :) Happy Autumn!

    • bakedbree says:

      I so glad that you liked this dip. I should have mentioned that you could use an alternative sugar. Honey would be good too.

  5. Stephanie says:

    Yumm!!! I am all about pumpkin EVERYTHING this time of year. Can’t wait to give it a try

  6. Erin Ledford says:

    I will definitely be making this!

  7. Angela says:

    I love anything pumpkin. This looks so good. Keep the pumpkin recipes coming!!!!!!

  8. Dee Dee Gunther says:

    Don’t you love it that you post a delicious recipe, and then we all start customizing it? I just loved this (I didn’t use it as a dip, I just ATE it). I substituted a tablespoon of Splenda brown sugar blend for the 1/4 cup brown sugar, and threw in some nutmeg, orange peel and allspice. Yum.

  9. Jennifer Finnigan says:

    This was so good! I made a ton of it so I could use the whole can of pumkin. With the extra I put some dip inbetween graham crackers and put the sandwiches in the freezer. Such a yummy after-school treat!!! :) (I did substitute Greek yogurt, if that makes a difference.)

  10. Julia says:

    YUM! This is so good (and easy)! I served cinnamon graham crackers and apple slices on the side. Thanks!

  11. Heide M. says:

    Clever twist using pumpkin in a dip. I’ll have to try this.

  12. Nikii says:

    This looks soo yummy.. My daughter loves pumpkin I will definitely try this for her!!

  13. The dip was beautiful served in a smallish pumpkin and the top put back on. Gorgeous look and taste.

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