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Key Lime Pie Fruit Dip

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Here is another great recipe I found for fruit dip. I found it on the Slow Cooker 101 blog by Janet Eyring. She is the one who did the cookbooks 101 Things to Do with A Slow Cooker and 101 More Things to Do With a Slow Cooker. Now this recipe has NOTHING to do with a slow cooker , but it’s just as easy.

This luscious key lime pie fruit dip gets its great flavor from a key lime pie yogurt. You can add the zest of one lime to it also. I did and would highly recommend it. It helps to intensify that fresh lime flavor. The lime taste was a nice compliment to the fruit. Strawberries and cantaloupe is what I served mine with and it tasted fabulous on both. It would also be excellent with pineapple, watermelon, and any berries.

Key Lime Pie Fruit Dip | realmomkitchen.com

Alternatively, you could use this dip as a dessert dip. Just serve it along with graham crackers and Nilla wafers in addition to some fresh fruit.

 

Key Lime Pie Fruit Dip | realmomkitchen.com

Key Lime Pie Fruit Dip

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Ingredients
  

  • 1 6 oz container key lime pie yogurt
  • 1 7 oz container marshmallow cream
  • 1 8 oz container whipped cream cheese
  • Zest of one lime Optional
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Instructions
 

  • Pour all above ingredients into a medium size bowl and blend with a mixer until smooth. Mix in zest of one lime if desired. Serve with apples, strawberries, bananas, pineapple, grapes, etc.
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  3. We had an after-baptism party for our little girl this past weekend. I should have never made this dip… The only taste of it I had was the pinky taste that I snuck while mixing it together and it was beyond delicious! My guests wolfed down 4 lbs of strawberries and all the dip in know time. My aunt even admitted to dipping some of the milder veggies off the veggie tray in it! Thanks for sharing!

  4. We had an after-baptism party for our little girl this past weekend. I should have never made this dip… The only taste of it I had was the pinky taste that I snuck while mixing it together and it was beyond delicious! My guests wolfed down 4 lbs of strawberries and all the dip in know time. My aunt even admitted to dipping some of the milder veggies off the veggie tray in it! Thanks for sharing!

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  11. This is the best fruit dip out there! I’ve tried many versions with different yogurts. It’s also very tasty without the yogurt — just marshmallow creme and cream cheese, you could eat it plain. Yummy!

  12. This is the best fruit dip out there! I’ve tried many versions with different yogurts. It’s also very tasty without the yogurt — just marshmallow creme and cream cheese, you could eat it plain. Yummy!

  13. That looks so good! I love that there is no sour cream, cottage cheese or any of that yucky stuff in the fruit dip! You’ve got lots of yummy recipes!

    I’ve got a good handful on my blog too, you’ll have to come on by.

    Mariel
    http://www.oneshetwoshe.com

  14. That looks so good! I love that there is no sour cream, cottage cheese or any of that yucky stuff in the fruit dip! You’ve got lots of yummy recipes!

    I’ve got a good handful on my blog too, you’ll have to come on by.

    Mariel
    http://www.oneshetwoshe.com

  15. I know exactly who to make this for. Maybe it would be good with angel food cake or Nilla wafers. Yum!