Really Good Easy Fruit Dip


If you’re looking for a creamy, flavorful fruit dip that’s quick to make, look no further. You only need four ingredients and five minutes to whip up this easy fruit dip recipe.

This dip goes perfectly with all your favorite fruits. Not only that, but it adds a pretty pop of pink to your table too.

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Easy Fruit Dip

With the outdoor entertaining season upon us, I thought we could use a yummy and easy fruit dip recipe.

For as long as I can remember, this is the fruit dip that my mom has made. For me, it’s a requirement for summer barbecues at home. (Oh, and if you need a vegetable dip, this Really Good Veggie Dip is a winner! It’s my go-to recipe!)

Although I’m probably partial to this dip for sentimental reasons, I also recommend it because it is one of the best fruit dip recipes out there.

strawberries, pineapple, blackberry and grapes on a tray with fruit dip

What is the best dip for fruit?

This one right here! 😉 What I love is that it’s so simple to make. Better still, you likely already have most of the ingredients in your pantry or refrigerator, or they’re just an online order away. All you need is cream cheese, marshmallow fluff, yogurt, and a splash of maraschino cherry juice!

The cream cheese gives it tang, the marshmallow makes it fluffy, and the yogurt keeps it smooth.

I also like the pale pink color, which you might guess is from the maraschino cherry juice. If you don’t have any on hand or don’t want to use it, no worries! You can substitute a splash of grenadine, a bit of strawberry jelly, or even a little red food coloring.

strawberry being dipped into whipped topping

Frequently Asked Questions about Fruit Dip

Before we get to the fruit dip recipe, here are some questions people often ask about it. If you don’t see your question in this list, please leave it in the comments.

fruit dip in a geometric shaped bowl in the center of a tray of fruit

How long is homemade fruit dip good for?

If you store this in an airtight container in the refrigerator, it will stay fresh for up to seven days.

What fruit is good for dipping?

Any type of fruit that you like to eat will taste delicious in this homemade fruit dip! My favorite types of fruit to dip are grapes, strawberries, and blackberries. It also goes well with apples, pineapples, and peaches.

Is marshmallow fluff the same as marshmallow cream?

Marshmallow fluff and marshmallow cream are so similar that it is hard to tell them apart. You can use them interchangeably in this fruit dip. The biggest difference between them is the way they are mixed or whipped. Marshmallow fluff has a slightly lighter and fluffier consistency than marshmallow cream.

pineapple chunk scooping up some fruit dip from a bowl

Ingredients:

There are only a handful of simple ingredients in this classic homemade fruit dip. Here’s what you need to have when you make it.

  • Marshmallow Fluff: This is what gives the dip its sweet flavor and fluffy texture.
  • Cream Cheese: Use full-fat cream cheese for the richest flavor, and make sure you soften it before you mix it.
  • Vanilla Yogurt: Either regular or Greek yogurt will be perfect in this dip.
  • Maraschino Cherry Juice: A splash of juice will sweeten the dip and give it a pretty pink color.
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How to Make Fruit Dip:

It’s easy! Simply place all of the ingredients in a bowl and blend with a hand mixer until smooth. Serve with fresh fruit.

I served this dip many times when I ran my bed and breakfast. It was a special treat I could pair with a plate of fruit in the morning. You might not be surprised to hear that it was always a crowd-pleaser!

platter of fruit with pink dip in the center

That’s a Wrap on Homemade Fruit Dip!

I told you this was easy. I think you’ll enjoy it, too. If you’re looking for a tasty fruit dip that’s a breeze to make, give this recipe a try, and let me know what you think!

Whether you’re serving it at a picnic, family barbeque, or a night in with friends, this easy fruit dip recipe is sure to be a hit! (If not, you can blame my mom! Haha!)

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close up platter of fruits

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Easy Fruit Dip Recipe:

Easy Fruit Dip

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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: dip, fruit, fruit dip
Servings: 10
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 0 mins
Total Time 5 mins
If you’re looking for a flavorful, creamy, and easy fruit dip, look no further. You only need four ingredients and five minutes to whip up this Easy Fruit Dip recipe. And it goes perfectly with all your favorite fruits.

Instructions

  • Place all of the ingredients in a bowl and blend with a hand mixer until smooth.
  • Refrigerate for 1-2 hours before serving
  • Serve with fresh fruit.

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Notes

This fruit dip can be made in advance and stored covered in the refrigetaor for up to five days. 

Nutrition Facts

Calories: 168kcalCarbohydrates: 24gProtein: 3gFat: 8gSaturated Fat: 5gCholesterol: 26mgSodium: 89mgPotassium: 85mgSugar: 18gVitamin A: 315IUVitamin C: 1mgCalcium: 64mgIron: 1mg
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  • Sandy at

    I have used sugar free jello. Just a teaspoon or so to flavor and color dip. Also I use my medium food processor and spray plastic scraper and inside of processor with just a small amount of cooling spray so the marshmallow cream doesn’t stick so bad

  • Margaret Parr at

    I live in nz and what is a jarof marshmello?
    Thanks

  • Diane Behr at

    Can you use a flavored yogurt like honey or strawberry?

  • Mary Ann at

    Not sure if I could make this in these times of Covid, but… I’m putting it in my recipe book (a looseleaf binder) to keep for the future. Thank you for another good recipe, Michael, and a reminder that good times will come again.

  • SHIRLEY ORFANELLA at

    Even though you’ve been making it for years, it’s a new twist on an old favorite for me. The fruit dip I’ve been making for decades is simply 7 oz. of marshmallow creme + 8 oz. cream cheese. I like the idea of adding the yogurt & cherry juice. I must try this variation. Thanks for sharing!!

  • Barbara at Mantel and Table at

    Yaay – this is what I’ve been looking for! It’s beautiful and sounds fabulous! I sure with I could have gone to your bed and breakfast! 🙂

  • Carol M. Matheney at

    You are correct! This is the greatest fruit dip – I have been making it for years. It is also really good on a fork . . . . ; )

  • Carol at

    I make something similar. A container of Cool Whip, a container or yogurt, mix together. You use whatever flavor yogurt that compliments the fruit you’re serving. It thickens if you let it sit in the fridge a little while.

  • Terry T. at

    add a splash of Grand Marnier! over the top!!!

  • Sherry at

    Looks yummy! I’d like to know where you got your fruit platter!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      The actual plate? It’s from CB2. I’m not sure if they still carry it.

      xo Michael

  • Renee McKinnon at

    Can I make this the day before?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Yes! Definitely!

      xo Michael

  • Judy at

    How long ahead can you make this?

  • Chloe Babich at

    this is amazing i am going to make this soooo much, THANKS for the recipe!!!

  • tellthebell at

    I love fruit dips. This is my new go to recipe for fruit. 5 stars for this

  • Donna at

    This has become my new go-to recipe for fruit. I’ve made it over and over again. Thank you for sharing.

  • Michelle at

    Perfect for this time of year. Will make for today’s after school snack, thanks!

  • Joanne at

    Hurry up Summer!! #Drooling

  • Sue at

    This was posted at the perfect time! I was just looking for something for a last minute get together!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      How serendipitous! Enjoy the dip.

      xo Michael

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