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PHILADELPHIA Dessert Dip

PHILADELPHIA Dessert Dip recipe
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Got 5 minutes? You've got time to throw together a crowd-pleaser. This super-easy sweet dip combines cream cheese and marshmallow creme for an airy, tasty way to eat fruit.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
5 min
servings
total:
1-3/4 cups or 14 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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posted:
5/3/2005
I have had this recipe for a long time but with strawberry cream cheese instead of regular. The bowl is always emptied pretty quick as it is delicious!!!
posted:
5/3/2005
I've been making this for years, with the same terrific response everytime until my Grandmother "kicked it up" We drizzled in a tablespoon or two of honey, and toasted chopped pecans. All the reviews have been "superb" ever since.
posted:
5/3/2005
This dip is fabulous! I have made it several times and it has always been a hit. I made for a group of teenagers with a fruit platter and they could not eat it fast enough! I had to make a second batch. Extremely easy to make and delicious.
posted:
5/3/2005
or for the fall add +- 1 cup of brown sugar instead of the marshmallow creme---great with apples.
posted:
5/3/2005
Just wonderful! Can never make enough for my guests, they all love it.
posted:
5/3/2005
I actually heard about this from a family friend. I have made it several times and everyone wants to eat the dip instead of the fruit. Definitely is a big hit.
posted:
5/3/2005
I replaced the 8 oz package of PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese with 8 oz Strawberry Cream Cheese......my family loves this variation. Especially good for dipping fresh strawberries!!
posted:
5/3/2005
Add to this recipe: 1 teaspoon of Vanilla Extract It seems to "cut the sweet" while adding an extra deminsion of flavor to this simple, delicious recipe!
posted:
5/3/2005
Our family enjoys the taste of caramel and substitute marshmellow with brown sugar for a great apple dip.
posted:
5/3/2005
Try adding a little almond (or vanilla) extract for an enhanced taste
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