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Our three-ingredient Cream Cheese Fruit Dip can be served as a dessert or a sweet side dish. Either way, this creamy treat is always a winner!

Cream Cheese Fruit Dip


Serve this simple, delicious Cream Cheese Fruit Dip at your next get-together. Kids and grownups alike will love this classic, creamy dip.

Cream Cheese Fruit Dip combines just a few simple ingredients: softened cream cheese, vanilla yogurt, and powdered sugar. It will dress up any fruit tray and will have everyone asking for the recipe!

A little bit tangy, a little bit sweet, Cream Cheese Fruit Dip can be made ahead of time and refrigerated before your party. It also comes together quickly and easily and pairs perfectly with just about any fruit you like!

Why You’ll Love our Cream Cheese Fruit Dip

  • No one can resist our creamy, tangy, delicious dip. It’s that good!
  • With just 3 ingredients, few recipes are easier or faster.
  • No complicated kitchen tools required.

Cream Cheese Fruit Dip


Key Ingredients and Substitutions

  • Cream Cheese – Full fat, reduced fat, or light – any cream cheese will do. If you need a non-dairy substitution, you can try almond or cashew cream cheese. For a decadent twist, mascarpone will yield a rich, creamy dip but with a slightly different flavor.
  • Vanilla Yogurt – Plain yogurt will work, but you’ll want to add a few drops of vanilla extract. For a fun twist, try a flavored yogurt such as strawberry. There’s no wrong way to make your cream cheese fruit dip!
  • Powdered Sugar – Powdered sugar is really the best option to sweeten this dip. Its texture also lends itself perfectly to the silky-smooth final product.


Chef’s Tip

Allow your cream cheese to soften to room temperature before mixing – it’s much easier to work with than a chilled block right from the fridge. Cold cream cheese just will not mix with the other ingredients as well.

Cream Cheese Fruit Dip

Special Supplies Needed

  • Mixer – A mixer (stand or handheld) is the quickest, easiest tool to use to mix up the dip ingredients. You can whisk the ingredients by hand, but it will take a bit longer and require some good old-fashioned elbow grease. Using fully-softened softened cheese is particularly important if mixing by hand.

How do I make Cream Cheese Fruit Dip?

  1. Whip – Place softened cream cheese in your mixing bowl. Use a whisk attachment at medium speed for 1-2 minutes until soft and creamy. Scrape the bowl about halfway through.
  2. Combine – Next add the yogurt and powdered sugar to the bowl. Mix on low until the powdered sugar is thoroughly incorporated – about 1 minute. Switch the speed to high and beat for  another minute or so, until you’ve achieved a light, fluffy, whipped consistency.
  3. Chill – Scrape your fruit dip into a serving dish. Cover and refrigerate for at least an hour. For a firmer dip, refrigerate overnight.
  4. Serve – Once chilled, serve with any combination of fruit you like.


Cream Cheese Fruit Dip

Frequently asked Questions

  • How do I serve Cream Cheese Fruit Dip? Serve it with any of your favorite fruits! Strawberries, blueberries, pineapples, apples – the sky’s the limit. Serve fruits in a separate dish for dipping, or get creative and arrange them in a fancy pattern directly on top of the dip.
  • Can this dip be made ahead of time? Absolutely! In fact, the longer it sits, the better it gets. It needs at least an hour to chill, but longer is totally fine. Chilling overnight will produce a dip that is a bit more firm. A firmer dip is ideal if you plan to arrange the fruit directly on top.
  • How do I store this dip? Keep your dip covered and refrigerated for up to a week. You can even freeze it in an airtight container for up to one month. (Store the fruit separately).
  • Can I use this delicious dip for other things? We thought you’d never ask. Try it on your pancakes or waffles. Add a little granola and fresh fruit and voila— breakfast is served! There’s no limit or rules when it comes to this versatile treat.

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Cream Cheese Fruit Dip

Cream Cheese Fruit Dip

  • Author: A Family Feast
  • Prep Time: 30 minutes
  • Total Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 2 cups
  • Category: dip
  • Method: whip
  • Cuisine: American


8-ounces cream cheese, softened

½ cup vanilla yogurt

½ cup powdered sugar


Place softened cream cheese in a bowl of stand mixer and whisk for 1-2 minutes until soft and creamy, scraping bowl half way through. Could also use a hand mixer with a whisk attachment.

Add yogurt and powdered sugar and start mixer on low until powdered sugar is combined then turn on high and beat for one minute.

Scrape into a serving bowl and refrigerate. For a firmer dip, refrigerate overnight.

Use any combination of fruit to dip such as freshly cut up pineapple, fresh strawberries, grapes, peeled and sliced kiwi, etc.

Keywords: cream cheese fruit dip


Cream Cheese Fruit Dip

Cream Cheese Fruit Dip

Cream Cheese Fruit Dip

Cream Cheese Fruit Dip


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  • Sherril Ann Stephens wrote:

    This is so bad. It has no flavor to it, it’s impossible to get the lumps out, messy and even though I followed the instructions exactly, right down to buying the high end cream cheese and yogurt, it was so thick you couldn’t dip anything in it. No one would want to put this in the fridge overnight to make it thicker – it’s impossible to use as it is. I ended up having to add extra vanilla for flavor, extra milk and extra heavy whipping cream just to get most of the lumps out and thin it enought make it usable. Definitely a nope.

    • Martha wrote:

      Sorry you were disappointed Sherril Ann – When we made it, we definitely didn’t have that problem (if anything, we wanted it thicker!). If it was so thick you couldn’t dip anything in it, sounds like too much confectioner’s sugar was added. We’ll test the recipe again on our end, but I suspect that is the culprit. Thanks for writing to us today.

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