This super easy cream cheese fruit dip Recipe is lusciously creamy, delightfully sweet, and great for sharing! You only need 4 ingredients for an irresistible snack or appetizer that feels like you’re eating dessert.

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Why I Love This Recipe

If you enjoy seasonal fruits as much as I do, you have to try this 4-ingredient cream cheese fruit dip recipe! It’s lusciously creamy with just the right amount of sweetness and oh-so-perfect for dipping berries, bananas, apple slices, and more. This has to be one of my favorite ways to enjoy my latest haul from the farmer’s market!

This cream cheese fruit dip is also a fantastic way to satisfy your sweet tooth. Whether you serve it up as a snack, appetizer, or after-dinner treat, it brings dessert vibes to any time of day. Plus, you can indulge in all your favorite dippers! From fresh fruit to graham crackers, everything tastes better with a little fruit dip.

Best of all, you only need four simple ingredients and a few minutes to whip up a batch! The versatile flavor pairs beautifully with tons of dippers or you could try mixing in other ingredients for some fun variations. Enjoy it as-is or go ahead and get creative!

This simple cream cheese dip is great to keep in your refrigerator for an easy snack any time you’re craving something a little sweet. It’s so yummy and so easy to make, don’t be surprised when it becomes an instant favorite!

cream cheese fruit dip

Ingredients & Substitutions

  • Cream cheese — This gives the dip its signature luscious texture. For something a little lighter, you can use low-fat cream cheese, Greek yogurt cream cheese, or vegan cream cheese.
  • Whipped topping — Keep in mind that this is different from whipped cream. Feel free to use vegan cocowhip if you prefer!
  • Powdered sugar — This will add sweetness to the fruit dip without making it grainy. If you only have granulated sugar, you can throw it in a blender and pulse for a few seconds to turn it into powdered sugar. In a pinch, you could substitute with brown sugar. It just won’t be quite as smooth.
  • Vanilla extract — This adds a little more sweetness as well as depth of flavor. 

How to Make This Fruit Dip Recipe