"This is a fruit dip that's very easy! Blend your favorite yogurt flavor with frozen whipped topping and dip! I use slices of Granny Smith, Golden and Red delicious apples, white & red grapes, orange sections, strawberries, kiwi fruit and pineapple chunks for a platter. " — CARMEN FREYER
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1 (8 ounce) container
frozen whipped topping, thawed
1 (8 ounce) container
I use two single serving yogurts for one container of cool whip. I usually buy Yoplait's strawberry/banana yogurt. The combination is out of this world. If you have time (although not necessary) chill overnight...the flavors are much more rich the next day but it's still good served immediately. Have fun and use your favorite flavors of yogurt.
I really wasn't very impressed with this. It was ok - but just ok. To me it didn't have much flavor, and tasted like just plain cool whip. I just felt it needed something else. I won't be trying this one again.
This is the standard fruit dip for our family get-togethers. We usually make it with Raspberry White Chocolate yogurt (by Yoplait). It is light and delicious. It tastes great the same day, but doesn't keep very well.
FINALLY!!!!!! A good recipe that doesn't take marshmallow creme (which I hate). This is so fast and easy and super-good! Thanks for sharing.
I took the advice of some others and used 2(8 ounce)containers of Strawberry Banana yogurt. Everyone loved this recipe. Will definitely make this again!!
This is the easiest and lightest fruit dip I have ever made. As with other reviews, it tastes much better with 2 containers of yogurt to 1 container of cool whip. It's also much healthier than some of the marshmallow fruit dips, especially if you use the cool whip free. I made it the other day for a party and decided to divide the cool whip and use a container and a half of 2 types of yogurt in each. It makes so much and I wanted 2 varieties. My guests went nuts over it and couldn't believe how simple it was. I suggest yoplait key lime pie and strawberry for 2 great flavors. I also used the left overs for fruit parfaits and added some granola.
I make this recipe ALL THE TIME.....
It is super easy and the best thing is you can use whatever yogurt you like.
I also added a bit of cream cheese to make it a bit bolder. It is the best dip I have ever used and my son LLOVES to make it. (he is 5)
FINALLY!! I thought I'd never find a fruit dip that didn't contain cream cheese or marshmellow creme! This was absolutely wonderful! It's easy, it's light, it's refreshing and not overly sweet. Thanks Carmen!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Super Easy Fruit Dip
Serving Size: 1/32 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 32
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 17
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