The Best Fruit Dip Ever is made from just 3 simple ingredients. This gluten-free fruit dip recipe will be a hit at your next holiday gathering, party or potluck!
Where’s my pocket protector.
Around this time of year it’s not surprising to see a crock pot recipe, skillet dinner recipe, or soup recipe make the list – what WAS surprising though, was seeing The Best Fruit Dip Ever claim top spot one Friday morning earlier this month. It’s been going gang busters lately! Maybe you’re in the mood for spring? Baby/wedding shower season is starting up again, or I don’t know…just can’t resist the combination of marshmallow fluff, cream cheese, and orange? Yes, yes, and oh HECK yes.
I guess it would be helpful to tell you that I first shared the recipe for The Best Fruit Dip Ever back in 2012, but since Easter, spring, and patio season are all right around the corner, I thought this would be the perfect time to update the photos and get this INSANELY yummy recipe back into the spotlight (and your face!) after spending six long years in the archives.
The Best Fruit Dip Ever recipe is old school – we’re talking straight out of the 80s. My Mom used to make this fruit dip as an occasional after-school snack for my brothers and me, and for special occasions like Easter or summer potlucks. The texture is super whippy while the flavor is marshmallow cheesecake meets orange creamsicle. It is indescribably delicious and better yet – made from just 3 ingredients!
Now, I fully admit to swiping full spoonfuls of this dip straight from the fridge any time I enter the kitchen – no fruit necessary. I was supposed to take the batch I photographed over to my parent’s house for lunch this past Sunday afternoon, but forgot it in the fridge. Yeah…”forgot it”. Honestly, I did. Or did I? Anyway Ben doesn’t like creamy desserts, Lincoln has a dairy allergy, and I don’t give Cam stuff like this. Dang it, I need to start eating like my kids. All that to say, I am currently alone in the house with a big vat of fruit dip and we’re in a love/hate relationship. I need it gone, but I’ll miss it so!
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