3 ingredient fruit dip! We love this creamy dip because there’s NO cream cheese! Fruit dip made with marshmallow fluff.
This is a first for me. Usually I’m a take it or leave it kind of girl when it comes to fruit dip. Meaning, it’s not all that exciting because I’ll happily eat fruit without it.
Ryan is a total fruit dip person. He’s actually a BIG dig person in general.
So the real reason why I don’t love a lot of fruit dips is because of the….
Yeah, I have a weird relationship with cream cheese.
I don’t want cream cheese in savory dip, in my soup, in pasta, inside wantons, stuffed inside chicken or french toast, in mac & cheese or spaghetti.
The only places I can tolerate cream cheese is in cheesecake (praise the Lord, because it’s one of my favorite desserts), occasionally as a cream cheese frosting on cake, and flavored cream cheese on a bagel.
That is literally it. If something has cream cheese inside of it, DON’T TELL ME because I will avoid it. I’m not saying that those types of dishes with cream cheese wouldn’t taste good, just don’t tell me about it because ignorance is bliss and may be the key to getting me to try it.
All of this to say, fruit dip typically has cream cheese.
But I came up with a bomb.com 3 ingredient fruit dip with no cream cheese.
- marshmallow fluff
- vanilla yogurt
- cool whip
How to make marshmallow fluff fruit dip
An electric mixer is going to be key. You’ll start by mixing the yogurt with the marshmallow creme. At first, you’ll see little chunks of marshmallow creme, just keep mixing and mixing. Adding the cool whip in will also help smooth out those chunks.
If you still have chunks in yours, you didn’t mix it long enough.
I like to pop this dip in the fridge for 30-60 minutes to chill before serving!
It’s delicious and addicting. I think the strawberries were my favorite to eat with the dip.
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3 Ingredient Fruit Dip
- 2 cups vanilla yogurt
- 1 container marshmallow creme, 7 oz
- 1 cup cool whip
- Fresh fruit
- In a mixing bowl combine the yogurt and marshmallow creme. Use an electric mixer to beat the mixture. At first, you’ll see little chunks of marshmallow creme, just keep mixing and mixing.
- Add in the cool whip. Adding the cool whip in will also help smooth out those chunks. Continue to mix. If you still have chunks in yours, you didn’t mix it long enough. Keep going!
- Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and stick in the fridge for 30-60 minutes to chill before serving!
- Serve with your favorite fruit.
Great idea! Looks awesome- will try this soon and let you know how many hours it lasts in my house!
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Is this recipe considered dairy free?
Hi Lorraine! The way the recipe is written it is not dairy free. However! 😁 It can be made dairy free by replacing the yogurt with a dairy free yogurt alternative, such as Silk or Almond Breeze, and Coco Whip which is a coconut based dairy free alternative to cool whip. I’d be happy to help with other ideas if you need them😊
Good afternoon! About how many servings is this recipe for?
I’ve made this twice in the last 3 weeks. It’s a perfect fruit dip. I used strawberry yogurt and it makes it the prettiest light pink color. The first time I made it, I mixed the yogurt into the fluff. The second time, I mixed the cool whip into the fluff and found it mixed much faster. I look forward to trying other flavors out including vanilla. My only question is, how many calories per serving and what is the serving size? PS this yields a lot of dip yumminess so there’s plenty for sharing.