Are you looking for Fresh Fruit Dip Recipes for a fruit tray /platter you are making for a special occasion, or a dip for a fruit snack idea?
If so, you have come to the right place! ;)
Here are a collection of great recipes for dips to use for dipping fresh raspberries, strawberries, pineapple, kiwi, cantaloupe, blueberries, melon and almost any other fresh fruit.
Fruit dips help to ensure we eat the recommended amount of fresh fruit daily, by giving them a little added dazzle!
Try to include nutritious raspberries in your fruit selection.
Raspberries rank one of the highest of all fruits in anti-oxidant levels, which help to protect our bodies against many diseases such as cancer.
Macaroon Fruit Dip with Sour Cream OR Greek Yogurt
Hazelnut Chocolate/Cream Cheese Fruit Dip
Cream Cheese Taffy Fruit Dip
Yogurt Lime Fruit Dip
Yogurt Orange Fruit Dip
Chocolate Fruit Dip
Easiest Cream Cheese Fruit Dip
Peanut Butter/Cottage Cheese Fruit Dip
Berry Fruit Dip
Cinnamon Honey Greek Yogurt Dip
Nutella Greek Yogurt Dip
Cream Cheese Pumpkin Dip
Orange Fruit Dip with Yogurt /Optional Liqueur (Low Fat)
Healthy Fruit Dip (Low Fat)
Easy Fruit Dip (Fat Free)
Pineapple Cream Cheese Fruit Dip (Gluten Free)
Whether you are making your own fruit tray, or purchasing a ready-made fruit platter, fruit dips are easy to make at home.
Home-made dips for fruit are tastier, less expensive, and very easy to make.
A dipping for fruit is also a welcoming idea for healthy snacks for hungry kids! Surprise your kids by including fresh fruit daily in their lunch and a home-made dip for a treat!
There are many recipes for fruit dip. Common dip recipe base ingredients often include, one of, cream cheese, yogurt, sour cream, whipped topping, cottage cheese, and more!
You can easily make your own creation of a dip recipe by changing any one of these dip recipes to include, or exclude more of your family favourite ingredients!
Not only are homemade dips easier, tastier and less expensive than purchased ones, making your own fresh fruit platter is also much cheaper than store purchased fruit trays, and you control the choice and quality of what goes on the tray!
Here, (see picture at right), is a very easy way to add some pizazz to your fruit! So simple to do, and a cute way to "dress" up the fresh raspberries.
If you are serving a fruit tray or platter, you could include these chocolate raspberries, or add them as a plate at the side.
Looking for more fruit snack ideas?
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