Pumpkin Dip

A simple yet festive dip that you can whip up in under two minutes. It’s perfect for a holiday party or just to cure a sweet craving at home. Mix together a can of pumpkin puree, one tub of cool whip (I used sugar free), and one box of vanilla pudding (I used sugar free). Allow to chill in fridge for a few hours or over night. You can dip vanilla wafers, ginger snap cookies, fruit, or anything that sounds appealing. šŸ˜‰
I attached a photo on the side of the vanilla wafer box that shows them placing a nilla wafer in the bottom of a medium tin or paper muffin cup, filling it with yogurt (but I bet this pumpkin dip would be a good substitute, and freeze for an hour! Then you have a nilla pumpkin freeze!



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Filed under Holidays / Party Ideas, Sweet Treats

5 responses to “Pumpkin Dip

  1. Amazing stuff ā€¦ you do over there ā€“ where do you put your entire calorie intake!

  2. sara dinani

    I’m making the pumpkin dip for tomorrow!

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