Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Quick and Easy AMAZING Fruit Dip Recipe

Over Memorial Day weekend last month, we went to a BBQ at the Lake to celebrate Twin Unicorn's Homecoming.  It was potluck-style, and Handsome Husband and I brought a few things - one of which being this awesome fruit dip.

The first time I ever had this dip was when my Aunt Kathy* made it.  My Aunt Kathy passed away nearly two years ago now after a brave long battle with cancer, and I think that has a little to do why I love this dip so much.  I also just love it because it is seriously AMAZING - just like everything Aunt Kathy made.

This dip is so quick and easy, and so tasty!  I could (who am I kidding?  I do) eat this shizz by the spoonful!

Sweet Cream Cheese Fruit Dip
Yields ... uh, about the amount you see in the photo above.  
This recipe isn't about exact measurements.

2 8-oz blocks of cream cheese
1 large size jar marshmallow creme or fluff
1/2 regular size container of whipped topping (I use generic instead of cool whip...dare you to taste the difference)

Allow cream cheese to soften to room temperature.

With hand or stand mixer, blend cream cheese and marshmallow creme.

Slowly fold in cool whip.

Voila!  SO easy - the time consuming part is cutting up the fruit.  Which is why, if you're me, you make the dip and you make your husband cut up the fruit.  Teamwork = dreamwork.

*My Aunt Kathy was not even a blood relative of mine, but from the moment I met her she felt like family and I couldn't help but claim her as part of my family.  More on her, and my other Delaware family another time.


Sarah said...

MMM! That looks and sounds absolutely delicious! Definitely gonna have to try that!

Steph said...

Sounds like something i could finish off all by myself!

Melissa {TheScarletCardinal} said...

this sounds yummy! i have a lot of bbq's and parties coming up--i'll have to try this for sure!

Kathy S said...

That sounds amazing!

ksmith2186 said...

I make something very similar to this to take to BBQs and the like, it is always a hit! :)

Jill said...

Thanks for the recipe this sounds great!

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