Fruit dip

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    I have a show tomorrow night and can't find where I saw the recipe for a fruit dip. It has strawberries, vanilla yogurt, and cool whip. Can anyone help with the amounts of each. Thanks

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    I do this all the time in the summer Cool whip and lemon instant pudding . makes a great dip

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    Quote Quote by chef131doreen View Post
    I do this all the time in the summer Cool whip and lemon instant pudding . makes a great dip
    Just the dry mix and cool whip or do you make the pudding first?

    I read cool whip and our coconut lime sauce is good (if you like coconut).

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    Quote Quote by chef131doreen View Post
    I do this all the time in the summer Cool whip and lemon instant pudding . makes a great dip
    I too use this! Just dry mix & cool whip.... I've even used French vanilla or white chocolate pudding!

    I personally use 1/2 a small box with 8oz whip

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    Thanks, it did come from the Cool N Serve show!!!

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    My director just did a fruit dip at our last meeting that was awesome... it was 1 part cream cheese to 2 parts marshmellow fluff.... Personally I hate fluff, but this was delicious!

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    I actually made it for a show last night and it was amazing. The guests loved it. I used 5 good sized strawberries, chopped with the manual food processor. Then stirred in a small container (single serving size) of vanilla yogurt, and 1/2tub of Cool Whip.

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    I will have to try adding the strawberries for some extra yummy flavor, but in the past, I have used 1 6-8 oz container of strawberry yogurt to one container (8 oz) of Cool whip.

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    Quote Quote by Deb V View Post
    Thanks, it did come from the Cool N Serve show!!!
    Glad to help

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    Quote Quote by tammym View Post
    I actually made it for a show last night and it was amazing. The guests loved it. I used 5 good sized strawberries, chopped with the manual food processor. Then stirred in a small container (single serving size) of vanilla yogurt, and 1/2tub of Cool Whip.
    This all fits in the MFP? I'm going to make it at a show on Friday and just want to be sure how to do it. I'm on a low to no carb diet right now and so I don't want to have to make this and it tempt me... Also, does anyone know if there's a healthier substitute for CoolWhip for something like this?

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    A healthier version of Cool Whip? I don't think that is possible except to make it with real whipped cream. Cool Whip is mostly hydrogenated oil or plastic so...

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    Quote Quote by pampered1224 View Post
    A healthier version of Cool Whip? I don't think that is possible except to make it with real whipped cream. Cool Whip is mostly hydrogenated oil or plastic so...
    Yeah, I thought of just using whipped cream, but I didn't know if it has enough body to work in the dip. Once I mix up the yogurt and strawberries, I'm afraid if I add just whipped cream, it'll turn to milk. KWIM? For the show, I think I'll stick to Cool Whip. But I'm just curious for myself and also to share as a tip at the show in case people aren't in love w/ Cool Whip.

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    I just used one block of cream cheese and 1/2 container (the big one, not single serving)of dannon vanilla yogurt with a little less than half the cocunut lime sauce ----mixed it all up! YUMMY! This makes a lot of dip

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    I just used one block of cream cheese and 1/2 container (the big one, not single serving)of dannon vanilla yogurt with a little less than half the cocunut lime sauce ----mixed it all up! YUMMY! This makes a lot of dip
    Did you do this in the Manual Food Processor??

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    I know this is an old thread but I made a fantastic fruit dip this past summer. I used a container of vanilla yogurt and 5 large strawberries. In the MFP just chopped the strawberries and added the yogurt and blended. It was incredibly delicious!

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