Healthy Pumpkin spice dip (Sweet |High Protein)

Healthy Pumpkin spice dip (Sweet |High Protein)

Recipe by mrsslimonplantsCourse: Snacks, Dessert, Sides


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Easy 2 minutes pumpkin spice dip to satisfy your sweet tooth.
I like to serve it fresh fruits or I also add it on rice cakes as my pre-workout snack. I just add extra half a banana on top when I add it to my rice cakes. I sometimes like to add vanilla protein powder in the mix to make it higher in protein. See recipe details below.

Macros for entire serving:
Calories: 455, Protein: 25g, Fat: 17.3g, Carbs: 53.5g


  • 100g pumpkin puree (canned)

  • 40g Powdered peanut butter + 50 ML water to mix, (I used PB2)

  • 20g natural peanut butter

  • 35g (about 2 tbsp) maple syrup (+/- per taste)

  • 2/3 tsp pumpkin spice (+/- per taste)

  • 1/4 tsp cinnamon (+/- per taste)

  • 1/2 tbsp toasted pecans to sprinkle on top

  • Optional Add on:
  • 1 scoop of SproutLiving Vanilla Lucuma powder. *Use my code to save 20% off: SlimOnPlants

  • 20-30ml water to mix protein powder (+/-) per desired consistency


  • Start by mixing powdered peanut butter with water in a bowl. Then add all other ingredients and mix till smooth. Transfer to mason jar to refrigerate for upto 7 days or serve immediately with fresh fruits of your choice or on top of rice cake. Feel free to add crushed toasted pecans on top for extra crunch.

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  • *I use this spread on top of a rice cake as my pre-workout snack.

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