Pumpkin Pie Dip

"This is different and really delicious. Great for Fall parties."
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Ready In:
3 cups




  • Beat cream cheese and sugar at medium speed with an electric mixer until smooth.
  • Add pie filling, cinnamon, and ginger, beating well.
  • Cover and chill 8 hours.
  • Serve with gingersnaps and apple slices.

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  1. bella214
    I made this to take to work for my co-workers going away party. Wow, this was surprising to me, the hit of the party. The dip was so easy to make and had a great creamy texture. The cinnamon and ginger added a wonderful spiced flavor. I did as you suggested and served with apple slices and gingersnaps. Yum Yum. Thanks Nurse Di.
  2. Lizzie-Babette
    I've just made this and set it to chill, and I can hardly wait until the party tomorrow night to taste it after it blends! Oh my gosh, is this GOOD! I thought I didn't like pumpkin pie-type stuff, but this is unbelievably good, just swiping the swirls left in the mixing bowl off my finger! I made it with half regular cream cheese, and half light cream cheese, and I added a bit of fresh grated nutmeg, and it is TO DIE FOR! I think next time I might try it with pumpkin pie spice, but I can hardly imagine it could improve on the sweet yet clean taste. I plan to serve it as suggested, with ginger snaps, sliced apples, and a scattering of pistachios, and I can already tell it's going to be a huge hit. This would be lovely at a Thanksgiving breakfast or open house buffet. Simply one of the best dessert recipes I've ever tried. Thanks SO MUCH for posting this!
  3. Chris in Cocoa
    The little ones ate this on Ritz crackers when we ran out of apples and the big ones want me to double the cream cheese as a holiday bagel topping.
  4. Mysterygirl
    Terrific change of pace. We ate on gingersnaps, graham crackers and shortbread cookies. I am going to also have some as a bagel spread. Great recipe - thanks for posting.
  5. Natalie Z
    We went to my in-laws for Thanksgiving. My mother-in-law really puts on a spread. I wanted to bring something that was a little different and that would wow everyone. This pumpkin dip was perfect. Tasted just like rich, creamy pumpkin pie filling that tasted great on sliced tart apples. We may have a new tradition here. Thanks


  1. Janice T.
    provided fresh pineapple chunks and didn't chill as long as it said. It was still a hit.
  2. jeneane_conway
    this was super easy to make a even more delicious to eat. I LOVE cream cheese, so I doubled the cream cheese and added more powdered sugar. I also used pumpkin pie spice mix instead of cinnamon and ginger and added chocolate pound cake, cinnamon graham crackers, and marshmallows to the dipping items. I will make this again..yumm!
  3. ajb524
    I made this for a party this weekend and wasn't that crazy about it. I love pumpkin pie, but wasn't crazy about this dip. I did use pumpkin pie spice instead of ginger & cinnamon so maybe that is where I messed up.
  4. Missysioux
    instead of one of the cups of confectioners sugar, i used a packet of cheesecake flavored pudding (instant) it was really good. also good with coconut cream pudding.
  5. Jewels in Woodinvil
    I made this for a work Christmas party and it was well received. My husband ate a bunch of the leftovers when I got home. This is a great, easy recipe that would be nice to have on hand during the holidays. I accidentally bought regular pumpkin puree instead of the pie filling so I added a bit of fresh ground nutmeg too. (It was still plenty sweet with just pumpkin.) Thanks for a fun, easy recipe.



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