This chocolate drizzled, strawberry pretzel dessert is perfect for a healthy, post-dinner dessert. This beauty consists of a smashed medjool date topped with greek yogurt, sliced stawberry, a mini pretzel and dark chocolate drizzles. This dessert is super easy and quick to make with minimal dishes to wash after 😉
Strawberry Pretzel Dessert
I know peanut butter stuffed dates are super popular but you have not lived if you haven’t tried this delicious strawberry pretzel dessert version. If you like the combination of sweet, salty, crunchy, and creamy.. well this is the dessert for you! It’s wholesome, 100% plant-based and it even has protein. The plant-based greek-style protein really adds the perfect touch as well as that extra protein.
I would like to also mention that making these sweet babies is super therapeutic for me and I hope you have the same experience. I highly recommend setting it all up on your dining room table and playing some relaxing music when you get started. I made these during the late morning when the sun was coming in through the window and I was listening to Angela Aguilar, absolute bliss.
Strawberry Pretzel Dessert Highlights
- Easy to Make
- 100% Plant-Based
- Fun to Make
- Only 5 ingredients
Tips and Substitutes
Medjool dates: I highly recommend using large medjool dates to have enough room to add toppings. Make sure to buy pitted dates or pit them yourself when you smash them.
Plant-based yogurt: It’s actually quite hard to find a good plant-based yogurt but I’ve got you covered! I finally found one that is thick enough, high protein, AND tastes good. I like using Silk greek-style yogurt. Everyone has different taste so click here for a full taste test video of the most popular plant-based yogurts on the market.
Chocolate: When purchasing chocolate I try to be mindful of where it’s sourced from and how it affects the farmers. I used Beyond Good chocolate because of their high quality chocolate and sustainability standers in the chocolate industry. Click here to learn more about Beyond Good!
Strawberries: If you have a farmer’s market I highly recommend purchasing them there. I always buy organic strawberries since they are the one of the fruits that holds on to the most pesticides.