"This warm and cheesy fruit dip has become a favorite with friends and family! The blend of cheese and fruit creates a wonderful flavor. Although it can be served with crackers, it's especially wonderful served with sliced apples and pears." — Kelly M.
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1 (16 ounce) package
soft style cream cheese with pineapple
shredded Swiss cheese
This recipe is very good for fall gatherings. I had to make some adjustments because whole cranberries were not in stock at my local store, and I used strawberry cream cheese instead of pineapple (allergy), but the changes seemed to work and the appetizer was a hit at my dinner party!! I would recommend this for any gathering.
Assuming I did everything right, this dip was horrible. I must admit that I used crackers only, instead of fruit, which may have some reason. (As other reviews said it was better with the fruit.) The swiss, which I normally love, was overbearing. Once you got past the strong taste of the cheese, you hit a dead end...it has no flavor. Hope you have better luck.
Although I had never made this before, decided to bring it to a holiday gathering. Served it with apples and pears - it was a hit! Had many requests for the recipe! Got comments that it was much better with fruit than crackers.
Wow! This was delightful. Why would someone rate this with only 3 stars, saying her guests loved it, but she doesn't like Swiss cheese. If you don't like Swiss cheese, why rate it? Just feel bad for the person who submitted it. It is an absolute 5 star - anyone who likes Swiss cheese would love it. Very different, I just served it at my Euchre card party and it was a hit!!!
Everyone loved this dip. I had a clean bowl to take home.
This is way too overpowering, a waste of swiss cheese...
Great recipe! I just served this at a party and everyone loved it. I used tart fruits to dip. Only change I would make is to chop cranberries first so they are easier to get to with the fruit. This is a keeper!
Very unusual! I thought it was very good. The taste of swiss cheese enhanced the flavor of the fruit. I have had many people ask me for this recipel
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Baked Fruit Dip
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 145
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