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Yum! This stuff is great. My toddler loves it as well. We use it as a dip for carrot and celery sticks. I use soymilk and low-fat cream cheese. I've already made it several times, it's heavenly. Thanks for the recipe idea!

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A.B. Hall April 29, 2008

I warmed the mixture in the microwave to get rid of the persistent lumpy (few seconds, stir, few seconds, etc). Flavor was wonderful.

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ceruleanseven September 27, 2007

So yummy. I used low fat cream cheese, softened in the microwave 15 seconds, low fat peanut butter and skim milk. Delicious on mini honey-flavor Breton crackers. A little sweet, a little tangy.

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Terri Newell March 24, 2007

Gayla's photo is so beautiful! Mine did not turn out that pretty at all, it was lumpy but still very tasty. Next time I'd use a food processor. I saw that Gayla had posted in the PAC thread that she made this, and decided I wanted it as part of our appetizer dinner tonight. Easy to make with ingredients I always have. Used fat free cream cheese and skim milk and we dipped apples into it. Yum.

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ladypit September 22, 2006

This was wonderful with crisp Braeburn apple slices. I expected that I would want to add more peanut butter after I tasted it, but it was just right. I used fat-free cream cheese and used an immersion blender to mix the ingredients well. Chose this recipe for the Pick A Chef game--thanks for posting!

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GaylaJ September 22, 2006
Creamy Peanutty Dip