By Crafty Lady 13 on May 23, 2007
Photo by Lavender Lynn
Photo by Lavender Lynn
"This is a creamy, fluffy pumpkin dip that is served with ginger snaps, vanilla wafers and/or cinnamon graham crackers. Fast and easy to make and great to take to pot luck dinners. You can make this healthier by using fat free/sugar free ingredients."
Serving Size: 1 (36 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 28
"I've been making a dip similar to that for years with fat free cream cheese, fat free/sugar free instant pudding and fat free cool whip and serve it with apples. No one believes how low calorie it is. I also add extra cinnamon and a bit of vanilla to make the flavors a bit bolder."
"This is wonderful! I made this to bring to my sister in laws for thanksgiving dessert. It was a big hit. I served it with apple slices, cinnamon graham crackers, and Nilla wafers. Everyone seemed to love it with the apples the most. This is a keeper, thanks so much for posting."
"Yummy, very sweet. I used the cheesecake flavored pudding instead of vanilla."
"This dip was devoured in no time at my Halloween party. I served them with green and red apples."
"What a great dessert dip for my Halloween buffet table! I served them with red and green apples (Macs and Granny Smith) The dip was great with both kinds!"
"Excellent and easy recipe- Made for a party of 40, so I doubled it and WOW! did it make A LOT! I will see tomorrow how much is left- I dont think there will be a lot, this is a very light, nice fall recipe!"
"This was great! I'm not usually a big fan of pumpkin so I only used half the can and I loved how it turned out. I will be serving this at our Halloween party."
"This is great!!! It is easy and delicious. I followed the recipe ingredients but didn't have pumpkin pie spice so I looked up recipe on zaar and used that. We used apple sliced for our dipping. We had this for an appetizer on Christmas Day. Made for BT 2007"
"I made this last fall exactly as written and forgot to rate it. We're having a Thanksgiving luncheon at work and people requested I make this recipe again. Last year, I made two pumpkin fluff recipes as a test: this one and a version that doesn't contain cream cheese. This was the favorite in my office. I served it with Windmill cookies, Nilla Wafers, plain graham crackers and cinnamon graham crackers -- there was no clear favorite. Everyone liked them all. I remember last year when I first saw the recipe I was disappointed that it called for pumpkin pie spice because I knew I didn't have any. But then I clicked on the ingredient and saw the substitutions and lo and behold... I had all the spices to make it myself! It's a great recipe and very easy to make. I'm so glad people asked for it again and that I have the chance to rate it."