17 Reviews

This was really yummy! I found it a bit on the sweet side and added about 1 tsp lemon juice. Thanks!!! It's soo easy.

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um-um-good November 24, 2004

So glad I made this for our fourth of July party. The fruit and dip made a pretty presentation and was eaten quickly. Thanks, shimmerchk.

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ladyfingers July 02, 2010

This was absolutely PERFECT!!! There is no way I thought it was too sweet. I loved it and everyone else did too. It is so easy to make, and so popular with everyone. 10 stars all the way!

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JOY1998 April 24, 2010

we made this for my best friends wedding (we made all the food ourselves..) and everyone loved it! We served it with balls of cantelope and honeydew, and strawberries, grapes, and pineapple. I am actually making it tonight to serve at a Luau party tomorrow. Yum Yum Yum!!!

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Khinson August 21, 2009

Made this tonight and, OH MY GOODNESS!!!!! this is great! I forgot to add the vanilla but it didn't hurt it at all :) We ate it with Apple and Banana slices. YUMMY

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LoveToBake67 February 08, 2009

This dip is awesome! My husband, who ordinarily doesn't like anything sweet or creamy, loves this dip. I half the recipe because it makes so much and I cut down the marshmallow creme to less than half. Instead of vanilla extract, I add almond extract. I served this with a platter of blackberries and red grapes at a recent dinner party and I was asked for the recipe over and over again! My husband said this dip is a perfect complement to fruit that is not particularly sweet this time of year.

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SallyCooks December 20, 2008

Ive made this version for years but I use Almond extract, it gives it an Amaretto flavor.

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Heather N. January 25, 2008

I really really liked this! But I agree with another commenter on it being a bit sweet. This is really easily adjustable, though. I just cut back a bit on the marshmallow fluff. No biggie! I also lighten this up a bit by using Lite Cool Whip and neufchatel cheese. We've enjoyed this with fruit but also saltier things like pretzels. YUM!!

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Ms. Missy December 22, 2007

This is a nice, fluffy dip -- my favorite fruit to dip in it is cantaloupe and strawberries -- yum!

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amylou2 July 16, 2007

I made this for the first time for my daughters birthday party. Needed a change from the plain old fruit platter. Well, everyone loved it. I am having another bbq and intend on doubling the recipe. It seemed to go best with strawberries and pineapples so I think I will split up the recipe and add a little yellow coloring to one bowl and red to another just to be a little festive.

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alberino30 May 27, 2007
Disappearing Fruit Dip