This easy, creamy Fruit Dip works with any fruit: strawberries, pineapple, cantaloupe, watermelon – you name it!
THE PERFECT COMPLEMENT TO FRESH FRUIT
This recipe has been around for ages. I was reminded of it when we recently went strawberry picking and the recipe came printed in a little coloring book they gave our son. The ingredients are easy to remember which I love. The creamy flavor of this dip doesn’t overtake the flavor of the piece of fruit you’re dipping, it just adds a sweet creaminess to it.
TIPS TO MAKE THIS FRUIT DIP:
- The touch of citrus in this recipe is optional. You can change the flavor by the type of citrus you add, lemon, lime, Meyer lemon and orange juice all work really well with this recipe.
- Instead of citrus, you can add different flavor extracts as well. Vanilla extract, maple extract, lemon extract, strawberry extract, etc. all will work with this recipe.
INGREDIENTS NEEDED: (SEE RECIPE CARD BELOW FOR THE FULL RECIPE)
- cream cheese
- marshmallow creme (or fluff)
- fresh lemon juice
HOW TO MAKE FRUIT DIP:
In a medium bowl, add all ingredients. Using a handheld mixer, mix all ingredients until thoroughly combined. Then enjoy with your favorite fruit!
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Originally published: May 2011
Updated & republished: June 2020
Creamy Fruit Dip (+Video)
- 8 ounce block cream cheese, softened
- 7.5 ounce jar marshmallow creme (fluff)
- 1 Tablespoon fresh lemon juice or orange juice (optional)
- In a medium bowl, add 8 ounce block cream cheese, softened, 7.5 ounce jar marshmallow creme (fluff) and 1 Tablespoon fresh lemon juice or orange juice.
- Using a handheld mixer, mix all ingredients until thoroughly combined. Serve with your favorite fresh fruits!
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