This 2-ingredient Nutella Dip tastes incredible and is so easy! It has a tangy cheesecake taste with the rich chocolate hazelnut spread. Perfect as a fruit dip, a simple dessert or as a pancake topping.
You’re only two ingredients away from the most delicious, cheesecake-style Nutella Dip! Seriously. Grab. A. Spoon.
My kids always want Nutella. I get it. It’s rich and pretty darn tasty. But it’s not the healthiest. So I like to ‘dilute’ it by mixing it into yogurt!
The resulting Nutella Dipping Sauce still has that delicious chocolate hazelnut taste, but it also has a classic cheesecake tang. If you use fat free yogurt then it's really not that sinful.
Go for a plain, thick yogurt and you’ll have a chocolate fruit dip, ready in minutes. Heck, if your mixing arm is feeling strong, you could probably mix it together in seconds.
Dollop. Stir. Done.
What can you do with it?
We love spooning it onto a stack of pancakes, dipping fresh fruit into it or I use it as a frosting (frost right before eating though as it won’t last that long).
It's great with marshmallows, strawberries and pretzels! Like a cold, kid-friendly fondue.
Why You'll Love This Recipe
A lighter way to enjoy tasty Nutella.
Nutella Dip is so versatile! I bet you’ll find lots of ways to use it.
It’s ready in about a minute.
A 2 ingredient recipe.
It’s a tasty fruit dip.
Nutella dipping sauce is a fun dip for a pancake board, fruit platter or breakfast buffet.
Ingredients & Tools
This has got to be the simplest recipe on my entire blog! You only need:
Yogurt - I use a thick, fat-free plain Greek yogurt, but any plain will do. Vanilla yogurt would be tasty too.
Small bowl and spoon - these are the only tools you need for Nutella Dip!
How to make Nutella Dip
It’s pretty self explanatory! This is so simple that it almost seems crazy to write a recipe for it.
But we absolutely love making Nutella Cheesecake Dip and I wanted to share it with the world!
Here’s how you make it:
Grab a bowl. Add the yogurt. Add the nutella. Stir until combined.
See? So easy! The only hard part is not devouring the fruit dip in one go.
The thicker your yogurt, the thicker your dip.
The only yogurt flavors I use are vanilla or plain. Any others will have their flavor lost under the nutella or fight with it to be tasted.
Keep the dip in the fridge, covered, until ready to eat. It will last a few days.
Ensure you stir to completely combine the nutella and yogurt.
Serve as a nutella dipping sauce with a fruit tray.
Dollop onto these Pancakes on a Stick.
Serve on waffles, pancakes or French Toast.
Have for breakfast with fresh fruit and some Chocolate Granola.
Use Nutella Dip as frosting for cake or cupcakes - but don’t frost them too far ahead as it won’t last like buttercream. Refrigerate in the summer.
Serve with Fruit Summer Rolls.
Use a filling in fun Fruit Tacos.
Enjoy as a dip at a cookie buffet.
Bring it to a potluck, tailgate or party. Nobody will notice you made it in a minute! It's a perfect last-minute dish.
Serve it on a dessert charcuterie board, surrounded by fruit, cookies, churros, marshmallows, pretzels, cookies, graham crackers etc…
Serve alongside this Chocolate Avocado Dip and some fruit skewers.
Add your favorite chopped nuts, such as pecans or walnuts.
Sprinkle some cinnamon or nutmeg into the dipping sauce for a warming flavor.
Serve it with sprinkles on top.
Try it with Cookie Butter instead of Nutella.
Add a spoonful of smooth peanut butter.
Add a little extract for a new flavor: mint extract, orange, vanilla, almond…
Storing: Store the dip covered in the fridge for up to 3 days.
Freezing: Sorry, this dip isn’t suitable for freezing.
Get the recipe
Easy Nutella Dip
- 1 cup plain Greek yogurt
- ½ cup Nutella
- Add both ingredients to a bowl and stir to combine.
- Store in the fridge until ready to use.
- Sprinkle some cinnamon or nutmeg into the dipping sauce for a warming flavor.
- Serve it with sprinkles on top.
- Try it with Cookie Butter instead of Nutella.
- Add a spoonful of smooth peanut butter.
The nutritional information provided is approximate and can vary depending on several factors, so is not guaranteed to be accurate. Please see a registered dietician for special diet advice.