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This was excellent. Being diabetic, I love finding a recipe that is so easy to to convert to diabetic-friendly (which means watching sugar AND fat). I used Sugar Twin's Brown Sugar, and low fat (nuefchatel) cream cheese. Because Sugar Twin has a funky aftertaste, I added a splash (less than a TBS) of sugar free caramel drink syrup (the kind that you use to flavor coffee drinks. Huge hit! Definitely will be making this one again!

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Lightly Toasted December 27, 2008

I really didn't make this, my neighbor did. She brought it over to our Halloween party and it was soooo good! I think when I make it, I will go with Lightly Toasted suggestion to use a diabetic friendly sugar, like maybe the Splenda Brown Sugar. Thanks for the post! Yum!

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Smilyn November 13, 2009

Yum! I tried to make it as 'light' as possible - so I followed it perfectly except I used the whole 15oz can of pumpkin, and I used fat free cream cheese. Fabulous!

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SunnyinAustin November 26, 2011

Great dip! I served it with ginger snaps and graham crackers in a pie pumpkin that I cleaned out. Everyone at our Halloween party loved it.

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Mega November 02, 2010

YUMMY ... that is about all there is to say. Apple, green and red slices and banana chips is what I used. Pears and cookies would be great too but I was using them in other recipes. It was easy, delish and a big hit. Thx for a great dip that I hadn't tried before. Not a drop left! Thx, Kim

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SarasotaCook October 10, 2010

This is perfect for a Fall get-together. I served this with Swedish ginger cookies, and everyone really liked it. It's very rich, so no one could really load up on it like we so often do with appetizers. It was just right. Thanks, Becky!

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KissKiss October 30, 2009

I've made it a few more times and putting in a little more cream cheese is even better!!! Ginger snaps were also a hit :)

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Jacquie Darcey January 04, 2014

Delicious! I was looking for a recipe to use up half a can of pumpkin puree left over from another recipe when I stumbled upon this one. Very easy to put together. I halved the recipe and it's the perfect amount of dip to last my family of three (2 adults and one very picky-eating kidlet) for several days. No need to break out the mixer, this recipe came together with just a spoon and a small bowl..bonus!

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Allison_S June 02, 2011

Yummy! We loved this quick and easy pumpkin dip. I served it with gingersnaps and both red and green apple slices. We particularly loved it with the apples and found it to be quite addicting. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe...it is definitely a keeper!
*Made for P-A-R-T-Y tag game*

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Bayhill December 23, 2010

I served this dip for Thanksgiving, everyone really enjoyed it and asked for the recipe! I served the dip with sliced Granny Smith and Fuji apples, DH ate my ginger snap cookie :-(

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Doc's Mom November 28, 2010
Autumn Creamy Pumpkin Pie Dip