5 Reviews

My Brownie troop made this for the Make It, Eat It try it...all the girls loved it.

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Tinkmommy May 02, 2009

Although I've yet to make your recipe, I recently tasted this dip at a buffet lunch at a Guestquarters hotel. My DH and I tried our darndest to identify the ingredients. Alas, I finally had to ask the server for the recipe....it was that delicious. He told me the ingredients but not the measurement..........so happy to have them now. Thanks so much for posting this.

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dojemi January 27, 2008

This was a HUGE HIT. I had to bring a dessert to a small dinner party ... in a hurry ... in sweltering weather. Looked up this recipe, which seemed innocent enough. I can't get sour cream where I live , so I used a half cup lowfat yoghurt and a half cup very heavy cream (cooking cream, they call it in Italy). Cut back the brown sugar to 3 tablespoons. Surrounded the bowl of sauce with cantaloupe, watermelon, grapes, and pineapple. Dotted the platter with blueberries, as in the photo. People were eating the sauce out of the bowl with SOUP SPOONS!

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MariaLuisa July 28, 2007

This is a fruit dip that everyone loves. I have served it with a wide variety of fresh fruits. Kids especially love this with strawberries and apples.

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Ms B. July 17, 2007

Made the dipping sauce as written, but used different fruits (a seasonal thing) to dip with. I literally had 3 pieces of fruit, told DD to have some and when I came back, she was on the last piece of fruit!! Needless to say she loved it. I do believe that next time I make it, I will cut down on the brown sugar a tad, just because I don't have a real sweet tooth. Thanks for posting this quick, tasty recipe!

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jonesies July 17, 2007
Fresh Fruit With Dipping Sauce