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This Triple Berry Fruit Dip is a lighter patriotic dessert that you can serve with cut out pie crust, vanilla wafers, or pretzels.
Who loves fluffy, light, fruit filled desserts? If you said, “Yes!”, this dessert is for you.
With summer just around the corner and berries ripening all around us, I’ve been craving fruit desserts. Sweet endings to meals that involved those gorgeous berries.
This recipe is based off the frosting for our Pig Pickin’ cake. People love that frosting and we thought it would make a great summer dip.
This Triple Berry Fruit Dip is simply just 3 ingredients.
You’ll only need about 5 minutes to mix up this recipe.
In a medium-size bowl, mix the fruit with the pudding powder. This might seem strange, but just mix it will equally distribute that vanilla pudding powder to all the fruit.
Fold in the Cool Whip.
Whenever I have a fluffy, pudding dessert, I always think of pie crust. Most likely because of my extreme love of pudding pies. When I thought of making this dip, I knew right away that I needed to make some stars out of pie crust to scoop up the dip with. Pure and delightful enjoyment there.
Thinking of something a little different? Try one of these:
Or just eat it by the spoonful, which is what we did after the pie crust stars were gone.
This can also be a great Weight Watchers dessert if you use sugar free vanilla pudding and fat free or light Cool Whip. I’m not sure the pie crust stars fit the Weight Watchers plan, but that’s where a spoon can come in handy. 🙂
You can make this dip up to one day in advance. Plan to eat it within 2 days of cutting the fruit. After that amount of time, the fruit may get too ripe.
cant wait to try thank you for sharing
I love this idea for a sweet treat with fresh fruit! It would be the perfect dish to take to a 4th of July party. The star dippers are so cute!
That dip looks so good! I bet I could (and probably would) just sit and eat it off a spoon.
I love smoothies, juicing and healthy for you snacks.
Mmmm. I’m drooling here. Can’t wait to try it.
hi, i drink a smoothie everyday, mine consists of 2 or 3 kinds of berries, greek yogurt, coconut milk, milled flax seed or chia seeds, & spinach or kale. when peaches are in season i’m all over those, yum. thanks
This dip sounds so good! I love the star dippers too! 🙂 Btw, I love adding bananas to my smoothies!
I love smoothies – especially ones with berries and mangoes!
I love to add banana’s and chocolate syrup.