Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Peachy Fruit Dip

With all the fruit still available you might want to try this! This recipe is large, so I usually cut it in half and it serves well with a large fruit platter.

1 c whipping cream (or cool whip topping)
1 pkg instant vanilla pudding (just the powder)
2 c peach yogurt

Whip cream. Add vanilla pudding powder; whip. Add peach yogurt; whip.
Serve fresh with fruit. You can also try it with pina colada yogurt.


11 comments:

  1. The picture looks most inviting! I make a dip that is much the same...but mine doesn't have the pudding. I just use equal amounts of yogurt (peach or pina colada are my favorites) and whipped cream or Cool Whip.

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  2. Yum...I have not heard of the pudding either but I am thinking that pudding will provide the 'right' dipping consistency so needed in a dip. Thanks for sharing this..and yep...time to eat the last of the fruit harvest fresh as much as possible.

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  3. Yum-mo..great dip! I must try the pina colada flavor.

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  4. That dip does look so delicious. I'd love to put that out when company comes!

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  5. Oh Anneliese, your fruit, all so perfectly sliced. .. you are just amazing with your displays. .
    the dip looks really yummy,I'm sure I've had it but it's been a long time.

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  6. Judy, just adding even a couple of Tbsp of the vanilla pudding powder gives the dip a nicer consistency for dipping.

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  7. Oh my, indeed, you DO know how to cook! Every post looks wonderful.... it was nice visiting...

    Cielo

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  8. Yummy .. the perfect dessert! AND Gluten-free!! SMILE

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  9. Yum, sounds very good Anneliese.

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  10. Simple yet delicious sounding - thanks!

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  11. I agree , the vanilla pudding helps to keep the dip from becoming "runny".

    On Sundays, for breakfast, we often cut up the fruit, make a salad with the yogurt and whipped cream and sprinkle homemade granola on it.

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