Easy Fruit Dip Recipe: A Quick Yummy Treat
This is the best fruit dip recipe that I have found and it doesn’t take many ingredients, plus it is very quick to whip up. It is great to take to a party or just enjoy with your family. Present this easy fruit dip recipe with some fresh fruit and it will disappear quickly. The recipe can all be made in one bowl, so it doesn’t even make many dishes.
Prepare your fruit
I start out washing my fresh fruit, such as strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, apples, cherries, or whatever you like. This way the fruit will be dry when I want to serve it with the dip. If you will not be serving it right away, just put the washed fruit back in the refrigerator until ready to serve.
Wait on cutting up apples and bananas until you are ready to serve it so they don’t turn brown. Otherwise, you can drizzle lemon on top of them to keep them fresh longer.
How to make this yummy fruit dip
From here I get all my ingredients out and whatever utensil I will need.
Start by whisking the milk and pudding together. Be sure to whisk it long enough, about 1-2 minutes to mix it up thoroughly. Then set it aside just for a couple of minutes to let it stand and solidify.
Add the container of yogurt to the pudding and stir it in.
Finally, add the 8 ounces of Cool Whip and fold that in until it is completely mixed in. You are done making it! Ready to eat!
Serving your Fruit Dip
You can either serve it right away or put it in the refrigerator until you are ready to serve it. When ready to serve it, just add a few pieces of fruit to the top of the dip for appearance and then serve it with the fruit that you have cleaned and cut up.
Cherry Vanilla Yogurt
1 1/2 C. Milk
3.4 ounce Vanilla Instant Pudding
8 ounces of Cool Whip
Quick directions: mix the pudding and 1 1/2 C milk, add yogurt and mix, fold in the Cool Whip. Refrigerate.
Why I like this fruit dip recipe
I got this recipe from a co-worker and have been making it for years. I serve it throughout the year, not just in summer. However, with the temperature reaching 98 degrees in Wisconsin today, I figured it would be a refreshing, light lunch.
Since it doesn’t have cream cheese in it, you don’t have to wait for cream cheese to soften. With these ingredients, it also makes it light and fluffy fruit dip.
I remember when growing up and on hot summer days my mom would cut up a bunch of watermelon and other fruits and send us outside to the picnic table to eat fruit for our lunch. Make a memory for your kids and prepare this dip, then send them outside to cool off on a hot day with cold fruit and dip. Enjoy this healthy snack.
Let me know if you have any questions in the comment area.