Fresh fruit, dip and a movie
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for the night. The next morning you can mix this together before work or errands and let it chill all day. The cream cheese will be ultra-soft and work in easily with the other ‘whites’. I have been making this recipe for several decades.
A light and creamy fruit dip, the hint of orange is the secret compliment for even the freshest fruit. Arranged in the center of a colorful platter of fruit, it is the hit of any dinner buffet or appetizer spread. Next time you are having a summer movie night with friends or family, serve fruit and dip rather than popcorn for a cool and nutritious party fare.
Recipe: Creamy Orange Fruit Dip
Prep Time: 5 Minutes | Cook Time: 0 Minutes | Yield: 4 Cups | Level: Easy
- 8 oz cream cheese, room temp
- 7 oz marshmallow creme
- 8 oz Cool Whip
- 8 oz plain yogurt
- 2 t. orange zest
1 Mix cream cheese with marshmallow cream.
2 Add cool whip, yogurt and zest.
3 Chill for at least 1 hour.
4 Serve in the center of a platter and arrange fruit all around; strawberries, pineapple, cantaloupe, and grapes.
For a creamy fresh fruit salad, stir some dip into a bowl of mixed cut fruit and chill.
- Add sliced apples but first dip them in a bath of water with 2 tablespoons of lemon juice to prevent browning.
- Add bananas but cut in slices just before serving to prevent browning.
- Also try honey dew, blackberries, or mangoes.
Inspiration – Peggy Fletcher
Cook with Sauces
Written by Helen Horton
Photographs by Helen Horton
Updated: May 17, 2012