The purpose of our study was to investigate the accuracy of amide proton transfer (APT) imaging using the Dixon method. Five samples were prepared from egg white albumin at the different concentration diluted with phosphate buffer solution. We measured APT signal intensities of the phantoms using the conventional method with separate B0 map and the TSE-Dixon method. No statistical significant differences were found among the APT weighted signals measured with the two different acquisition methods at each concentration. The TSE-Dixon method enabled shorter acquisition time and had an equivalent quantitative accuracy compared to the conventional method with separate B0 mapping.