Move over, guacamole, because these fruit dips are the new party favorites!
They’re sweet, creamy, and way easier to make than some elaborate dessert.
These sweet dip recipes are ideal for feeding a crowd. They’re also guaranteed to be a hit with the kids too.
And I know the title says fruit dips, but these pair just as well with pretzels, brownie cubes, and cookies.
So if you’re craving chocolate, Nutella, or marshmallows, you’re in luck.
I’ve got a little bit of everything here, and they’re all insanely indulgent.
Easy Fruit Dips We Adore
This five-minute, two-ingredient dip is the ultimate in convenience.
All you have to do is mix the two ingredients with a hand mixer and spoon them into a cute bowl.
Afterward, stick it in the fridge for a couple of hours. Once it cools down, it’s ready to eat.
It’s light, sweet, and ridiculously fluffy. Plus, it tastes good on everything from berries to apples.
If you have a little more time, this fruit dip is excellent, too.
It still combines cream cheese and marshmallow creme. However, this recipe has a few more ingredients, making it extra tasty.
Vanilla adds sweetness and the Cool Whip lightens it up a little. Meanwhile, the maraschino cherry juice gives it a lovely pink tint and cherry flavor.
Even with the extra ingredients, it shouldn’t take more than five minutes to make. (I like mine super smooth, so it takes me closer to 10.)
Either way, it’s a quick, convenient recipe when you need something in a hurry.
Cool Whip fruit dip is a slightly thicker, somewhat richer version of Cool Whip. When you dip your fruit into it, it’s almost like dipping it into pure Cool Whip.
The difference in texture is only barely noticeable. The taste, though, is much sweeter and more decadent.
It’s delightfully fluffy, like dipping things into a cloud. And with only four ingredients, it’s another simple one to make.
Looking for something healthier and more natural? Try this three-ingredient yogurt fruit dip instead.
You’ll make it with vanilla-flavored yogurt, honey, and pumpkin pie spice. So, it’s rich, warm, and perfect for autumn.
Plus, the pumpkin pie spice gives it a lovely swirled appearance that’s ideal for parties and more formal occasions.
It’s super tasty with fruit, but you can also use Teddy Grahams, Graham Crackers, pretzels, bagels, and more.
If you want to be really indulgent, you could even use churros for dipping!
In the mood for something light and bright. That’s where this two-ingredient lemon fruit dip comes in.
You’ll make it with heavy whipping cream and lemon curd, so it’s tart, rich, creamy, and perfect for spring and summer brunches.
It pairs exceptionally well with berries because they already have some tartness. You can try it with other fruits, as well, or buttery pound cake.
Does anyone know who first started dipping things in melted chocolate? I don’t, but I am so thankful for them, whoever they are.
This three-ingredient chocolate dip is mouth-wateringly delectable.
It tastes beautiful on practically anything. However, where it really shines is with strawberries.
I mean, seriously. Is there anything better than fresh strawberries covered in rich chocolate? Not in my book!
Best of all, you can have it ready in less than 10 minutes. And that is ready-ready. Not ‘ready-to-chill-in-the-fridge’ ready.
So, if you typically wait till the last possible second to whip something up, keep chocolate chips, evaporated milk, and coconut oil on hand.
With those three things, you’ve always got a seven-minute dish ready to go.
Of course, this sweet and nutty Nutella dip isn’t bad, either.
You’ll make it with Greek yogurt and Nutella, and it’s fantastic. It’s a decadent, silky smooth, tangy hazelnut treat you’ll want to eat with a spoon.
Yes, I said ‘tangy hazelnut.’ I know that sounds odd, but it’s the perfect description for this dip.
The Greek yogurt lends an almost cheesecake-like flavor to the dish. But the Nutella is definitely nutty under all that chocolate and sugar!
Any cheesecake lover will appreciate this yummy dip.
Who needs strawberries when you can have strawberry fruit dip instead?!
Or, even better, how about dipping your strawberries into strawberry fruit dip? Yes! That one definitely sounds like a winner.
This simple, two-ingredient dip is fluffy and cloud-like with a lovely pink color and lightly sweet, brightly tangy strawberry flavor.
You can make it in two minutes flat, with no required chill time.
It’s still a good idea to plan ahead before making it, though. You’ll need time for the cream cheese to soften; otherwise, the consistency isn’t exactly right.
This creamy dip is lightly sweet with a hint of zesty lemon flavor.
Of course, that’s only if you add the optional lemon juice. Without it, it’s still a bit tangy, thanks to the yogurt but is mostly creamy.
You can pull it together with as few as two ingredients – sweetened condensed milk and Greek yogurt.
Add vanilla and lemon juice if you want to give it more flavor. Either way, it tastes fantastic on whatever you dip into it.
Sweet, tangy, or tropical, every fruit pairs well with this simple dip.
This luscious, silky smooth dip uses four ingredients and has the best taste. You’ll lightly sweeten it with honey and vanilla, a superb combo!
It’s not too sweet and not too rich. Therefore, it won’t leave you feeling weighed down and heavy after eating it.
It’s also low in both calories and carbs. (Only four total carbs per serving!)
So if you need a fruit dip for everyone to enjoy, this one is a great option.
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