Total Time
1hr 5mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 1 hr

When diabetes changed my diet, (I'm a big fan of candy) I started eating more fruit for dessert. I prefer it fresh, but love a good dip. This one had to grow on me a bit, but is none-the-less delish. I like it with summer fruits like cantaloupe. I usually chill mine before serving for about an hour, reflected in the passive cook time.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. In a small mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese until smooth; beat in marshmallow creme.
  2. Fold in yogurt and food coloring, if desired.
  3. Cover and refrigerate until serving.

Reviews

(3)
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Well, I was so busy with company and our 4th of July party that I forgot to take a photo but this sure was pretty (I did use the green food coloring) Served with fresh strawberries, melon and pineapple and made for a pretty and tart, fresh tasting dessert on our table.

Bonnie G #2 July 05, 2011

Had this dip today while at a friend's house - I could have eaten this with a spoon ! It's surprisingly easy, and oh, so tasty.

knitaholic June 22, 2007

I found this recipe in an old TOH magazine, and I see Amy had posted it, so glad, because this is a delicious dip. I made mine with key lime yogurt, but I bet strawberry, or lemon, would be just as good. You got to try it!

Aunt Paula June 05, 2007

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