Tropical Fruit Platter with Creamy Honey Yogurt Dip

Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins

Carbs are getting a bad reputation, but I still make sure my family gets enough fruit and vegetables in their diet. This is a great substitute for a piece of cake, cookies or muffins and a lot healthier too. Feel free to mix and match fruits on this platter. The cool cream cheese and yogurt based dip goes well with just about any fruit.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Arrange fruit on a serving platter and refrigerate while making dip.
  2. Dip: In a blender or a food processor combine ingredients for dip: yogurt, cream cheese, honey cinnamon, lemon juice, and lemon rind.
  3. Blend until smooth.
  4. Place dip in small serving bowl and arrange fruit around it on platter.


Most Helpful

This dip tasted good, but it was entirely too runny to use as a dip. I didn't refrigerate before serving, as the recipe didn't call for this. Maybe it should be added as a step? It's ashamed because it tasted great.

PSU Lioness March 16, 2011

I had to use a tad (maybe 1/2 tsp) of confectioners sugar in the dip. It was a bit overbearing with cinnamon and I would have reduced the amount. I didn't find it runny, but I refrigerated it for a few hours before serving. I used kiwi, pineapple, white peaches and strawberries with blueberries sprinkled about.

pndpizza August 01, 2009

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