"This is a very creamy and yummy vanilla pumpkin dip that is served with graham crackers. I like the cinnamon graham crackers best, but you can decide for yourself." — Tiera Lesley
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1 (16 ounce) container
frozen whipped topping, thawed
1 (5 ounce) package
instant vanilla pudding mix
1 (15 ounce) can
solid pack pumpkin
pumpkin pie spice
This was amazing and so simple to make. I used a large can 29oz of
canned pumpkin and everything else the same as the recipe. I carved the pumpkin and everyone liked it best with Honey Maid cinnamon graham sticks and granny apples. Recipe for pumpkin pie spice:1/2t cinnamon,1/4t ground ginger,1/8t ground nutmeg,1/8t ground cloves or allspice and blend.
I found this very easy, but we did not like it. I won't make this again. I do suggest that
everyone interested in the recipe try it though because it is that easy. I think the texture is
what turned us off the most.
This is a great low fat dip that I have been making for years. I use fat free/sugar free pudding and lite Cool Whip. I have even put it between 2 graham crackers and into the freezer. Like a pumpkin ice cream sandwich!
I agree with the previous reviews . . . this recipe is simple, delicious and unique. Looked nice with a dusting of fresh, ground nutmeg and a scattering of ginger-snaps & vanilla wafers as dippers. (Best refrigerated overnight.) The second time making the recipe, I added a teaspoon of pure vanilla extract and a tablespoon of Butterscotch Schnapps for a little added interest. It certainly got peoples attention . . .right down to the bottom of the bowl! Tiera, Thanks for a wonderful, crowd-pleasing recipe!
I made this for a fall harvest party. Everyone loved it. I served it with homemade ginger snaps and apple slices. Everyone, from my 2-year old nephew to my great grandmother loved this dip. I had to make copies of this recipe for everyone to take home with them as they left the party
This recipe was a big hit at my potluck. My only comment is to carefully read the required package sizes of the ingredients. I originally bought a standard sized tub of whipped topping which is only 8oz. After mixing it, it appeared very thick and pumpkiny. That's when I realized I needed another tub for the required 16oz. (note also that the pudding package is 5oz, not the standard 3oz). After reading some of the other reviews, I suspect that I am not the only person to do this. When the proper amounts were used, it turned out great. Everyone asked for the recipe.
I served this at my Pastor's surprise birthday party and his wife came up to me and demanded that I serve this at every ladies meeting and every event that we have. It was wonderful. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe.
I served this dip in a small hollowed out pumpkin surrounded by cinnamon graham crackers. It looked very festive! My guests loved it.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pumpkin Fluff Dip
Serving Size: 1/32 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 32
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 33
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