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Using a fork, whisk together strawberry cream cheese and the marshmallow cream until well combined. Serve with strawberries, apple slices, or any kind of fruit. Also good with pretzels.
By Dorothy from New Creek, WV
Mix together last 4 ingredients and enjoy with the apples!
By Robin from Washington, IA
This creamy dip is perfect to dip any of your favorite fruits in. It only uses a few ingredients and is quick to make.
Cream the cream cheese; add marshmallow cream. When well blended, add Cool Whip. Serve with chunks of cantaloupe, honeydew melon, pineapple, apple, banana, grapes, strawberries, etc.
By Robin from Washington, IA
Put all ingredients in a bowl & beat until smooth with an electric beater. Chill & serve with cut up fruit.
Delicious with all fresh fruit. Vary the flavor by using different flavored yogurts.
Arrange sliced fruit on platter to be used with dip. To prepare dip, blend marshmallow creme, cream cheese and spices.
For a delicious, addictive fruit dip, mix equal parts cream cheese (plain or fruit flavored) with marshmallow fluff from a jar. It's great with tart apples.
By Sandra McArdle
This is a great dip for fresh fruit and so easy to make. Guaranteed to become your family favourite. Enjoy!
Whip together and add
Mix these two together with mixer until smooth. Chill and serve with variety of fruit.
By Trudy from Springfield, IL
I make this recipe all the time - it is just so easy. My kids just love to dip cantalope, grapes and strawberries in it. What you will need are the following:
Whip the milk and pudding together. Fold in the cool whip.
Refrigerate until ready to use. Happy dipping. Enjoy!
By Mary from Langhorne, PA
Mix well. Use to dip assorted fruits.
By Robin from Washington, IA
I have made this before & it is really good.It has been a long time since I've made it.As a matter of fact a friend called & wanted to know how to make it & I had forgotten. How big should the jar of marshmallow cream be?
Mix together well, chill and serve with apple slices and other fruit.
When I offer fruit to guests or go to a "tail-gate", I use tooth-picked fruit and a healthy, easy dip to go along. Looks and tastes great. This is NOT sweet and sugary!
Very easy and good! Good with most any fruit!
My Aunt gave me this recipe. She caters weddings and this is one of her staple recipes. It is the best fruit dip I have ever eaten. Enjoy!
Mix well. Serve with various fruits, cut up into small pieces.
This is a great way to use your leftover cranberry sauce and whipped topping. This recipe said it could be saved for Christmas or New Year's and served with fruit like red and green grapes, apples, kiwi, strawberries, etc., but I plan to serve this anytime of year, especially for summertime.
With just a few ingredients you can make this delicious fruit dip recipe. Serve it with your favorite cut fruits.
In a mixing bowl, combine sugar, mustard, paprika, celery seed and salt. Add honey, vinegar, lemon juice and onion. Pour oil into mixture very slowly, beating constantly.
Mix the two together well, and chill until thickened. Dab it on fruit salad or dip your fruit into it.
In small mixing bowl, combine cream cheese, sour cream, sugars and syrup to taste. Beat until smooth. Chill until ready to serve. Serve with your fresh fruit and enjoy.
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I am looking for a honey lime fruit dip recipe. With fresh fruit on the way, it would be a welcome addition to a summertime meal. I tried to make one with low-fat yogurt, honey and fresh lime juice/zest. Although it tasted great, it came out way too runny, almost like a sauce. Hope you can help!
By Susanne56 from OH
1 cup plain yogurt
2 tbsp. honey
1 tbsp. lime juice
Grated zest of lime to taste
Mix well. Cover and chill overnight.
Thank you for the suggestions. The favor IS wonderful... sweet enough to enhance the fruit(especially strawberries and kiwi fruit), but it doesn't mask the true fresh fruit flavor. Deeli's recipe sounds like mine except mine was for fat free or low-fat yogurt. Maybe that's why it was so thin. I'll try it with regular yogurt. Maybe I could use fat free or low-fat if I drained it like samsmomie24 suggests. Draining is an excellent idea.
I'll give both variations a try!
I don't know if anyone can help or not. Years ago, when fresh fruit and dip first became popular, I had a recipe for a dip that was made with, I think, vanilla pudding mix and Tang drink mix, but I'm not sure what else. Does anyone else remember this or have this recipe? At the time, it was like the only one out there, but of course, now there are so many, and I haven't been able to find this on any recipe website. Thanks!
Hi Lisa...not sure if this is the one you want but it can't hurt to look. http://www.back nge-pudding.html
(makes 6 to 8 servings)
1 (15-oz) can fruit cocktail, drained; save juice
1 (15-oz) can pineapple tidbits, drained; save juice
1 small box vanilla instant pudding
2 tablespoons tang powder
4 small or 3 large bananas
Put drained fruit in a medium size bowl that has a lid. Add the drained juice to the vanilla instant pudding and 2 tablespoons powder tang. Mix well, it will become thick. Pour over the drained fruit and refrigerate overnight or at least 5 hours. Add peeled, sliced bananas and stir. Serve immediately or refrigerate until ready to serve.
Submitted By: Sandra Rosenbaum
I'm looking for a dip recipe for apples. It has prunes and cream cheese in it, very healthy. I can't find it anywhere, but it is so delicious. Please help.
By Gail from Massey, Ontario, Canada
I have a recipe that is awesome. Hope this is the one you are looking for.
Dried Plum & Cream Cheese Spread
For spreading on sandwiches or toasted bagels, or with apples slices, crackers or celery sticks, you can't beat this combo of cream cheese, dried plums and walnuts.
1 8-ounce package cream cheese, softened
1/3 cup finely chopped dried plums, divided
1/4 cup finely chopped walnuts, toasted (optional)
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 to 2 tablespoons orange juice, to taste
1 tablespoon honey
In bowl, combine cream cheese, dried plums, nuts, 1 tablespoon of the orange juice, honey, and cinnamon. Mix well. Add remaining orange juice, if necessary, to reach desired consistency. Season with salt as desired. To serve, spread onto toasted bagels, sliced apples, crackers or celery sticks.
This recipe came from http://www.cali am-cheese-spread
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I would love to have a recipe for fruit dip, one that uses cream cheese. All will be appreciated. Thanks and may God bless you in the New Year.
Debra from Hampton, Tenn
Happy New Year!
Mix the cream cheese with a mixer and powdered sugar till smooth, add the zest (about 1 tsp.), orange juice and blend well. Add the marshmallow creme, blend till smooth. Fold in the cool whip, taste. You should have just a hint of the orange, not too strong, taste as you go to the strength you like. You can use cherry liqueur in place of the orange or if you don't have the zest or orange, you can use some almond. Enjoy. The left over can be frozen. (12/30/2008)
A very easy tasty recipe. Equal parts of cream cheese and marshmallow cream, very good! (01/05/2009)
Amounts of pecans and vanilla are to taste. Some people add 1/2 tsp cinnamon.
There is never any of this left. I could eat it with a spoon! (01/05/2009)
By Nicki R.
Marshmallow Cream Cheese Fruit Dip
Blend cream cheese and Marshmallow Cream with hand mixer until combined. Serve with assorted fresh fruit
We used this for our daughter's wedding reception--a great hit! (01/06/2009)
I worked at Kroger in the deli and this is the recipe for the dip we put in the center of the fruit trays.
I made this dip for my wedding reception 2 years ago and it went over fantastic. (01/06/2009)
I worked at Kroger in the deli for several years and this is the recipe we used for the dip we put in the center of the fruit trays.
I made this for my wedding reception 2 years ago and it went over fantastic. (01/06/2009)
This dip is diffrent then the ones already posted, but it is so good. Hope you give it a try.
Apple Brickle Dip
In a mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese, sugars and vanilla, fold in the toffee bits.
Halve, core and slice the apples and soak in lemon-lime soda to keep them from darkening. Drain and lay the apple slices around the dip bowl. (01/06/2009)