Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Pumpkin Dip!

Bring out the best of fall's flavors with this super easy pumpkin dip. Perfect for enjoying with friends, serve this luscious dip with fresh apples slices, vanilla wafers or ginger snaps.  
  {original picture - October 2011}
 {updated picture - October 2012}
Ingredients:

{1} 15 oz can of pumpkin
{1} 5 oz box of instant vanilla pudding {just the powder, don't make the pudding}
{1} 16 oz container of cool whip  {low fat}
{1} small pumpkin
{1/2} tbl Pumpkin Pie Spice
{1/2} tbl Cinnamon

Directions:

1. Mix pumpkin, pudding mix, cool whip, and pumpkin pie spice together {by hand} in a very large bowl.
2. Chill for several hours before serving. Meanwhile, carve your pumpkin!
3. Sprinkle with cinnamon, and serve with fresh apples slices, vanilla wafers or ginger snaps.

Mix pumpkin, pudding mix, cool whip, and pumpkin pie spice together {by hand} in a very large bowl.
Chill for several hours before serving. Meanwhile, carve your pumpkin {or have your husband do it}!
Sprinkle with cinnamon, and serve with fresh apples slices, vanilla wafers or ginger snaps.
 

Enjoy!
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53 comments:

  1. Thank you for THIS WONDERFUL RECIPE and display... oh and the lbs that go along with it :)

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  2. That looks so yummy! I'm going to have to try this for sure!

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  3. This.sounds.like.heaven.

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  4. Sounds easy enough to try! Thanks for sharing : )

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  5. This looks yummy:)

    I'm a new follower, your blog is super duper cute!! Your wedding looks like it is going to be BEAUTIFUL!

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  6. This looks wonderful! I'm definitely going to have to give it a try!

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  7. That looks amazing! :) I'm a new follower! :) Love your blog!

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  8. this is such a great idea. i've actually never heard or seen it before, but I'm obsessed. it's so perfect for fall parties. thank you SO much for sharing love. I've got a new outfit post featuring my favorite Lauren Conrad skirt. Love to hear what you think and maybe she if you'd like to follow back. xo

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  9. Oh yum. Thanks for sharing. I've got to try this!

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  10. This sounds fantastic and has such a cute presentation! I'll definitely be adding this to my "must-make" list!

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  11. I am a sucker for anything pumpkin-y in fall, I've already begged my mama to send me some of her mini pumpkin chocolate chip muffins in my next care package! Per usual, she replied with a sassy comment saying only if I was actually working out everyday! This could be done in our dingy dorm kitchen though, maybe without the adorable pumpkin serving dish though :(
    xo

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  12. Looks awesome. I gotta try this! But...do you mix in the pudding powder mix or actually make the pudding and mix it in?

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  13. I definitely want to try this!! I might make some pie fries to go a long with it. Found the recipe today on http://www.munchkinmunchies.com/2011/06/pie-fries.html Should be a fun fall snack or appetizer for Thanksgiving. I went through your whole blog and loved reading and seeing some new things and some things I've seen through pinterest (which I'm addicted to).

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  14. I have a question. Are you using canned Pumpkin Pie mix or just canned Pumpkin? There is a definite difference. The picture of the can looks like just pumpkin.

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  15. Anxious to try this - looks yummy! Same question though, Pumpkin Pie mix or canned Pumpkin?

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  16. I have the same question... pumpkin pie or canned pumpkin?

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  17. Sorry for the confusion! It is actually just a can of pumpkin. Also, as for the pudding mix, you do NOT make the pudding, you just add the dry mix! Hope that helps and you are all enjoying delicious pumpkin dip! xoxo

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  18. *gasp*
    This sounds SO good!!! Thank you for posting it.

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  19. Just made this.... found this on Pinterest and made it ahead for our annual Halloween party and it is DELICIOUS!!!!! We are obsessed!! Thank you so much for sharing!!

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  20. This was a big hit at work! Very yummy!

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  21. Just found your blog through Pinterest. I am a HORRIBLE blogger (I haven't blogged in almost a month). But I am a Southerner by Grace and a lover of all things Alabama Football! Big game this week. As you become a MRS. I hope Bama remains undefeated. Oh, and I'll be bringing this dip with me. God bless your marriage and the Tide!

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  22. I made this dip for a party and everyone loved it! Great recipe! Also, I brought ginger snaps to dip in it as well as apples. It was delicious. Thanks for sharing!

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  23. What a great idea! Can't wait to try this at our pumpkin carving party ! Thank you !

    LC

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  24. Somebody brought this to my party and it was the HIT of the party. So, thanks for making this recipe! :)

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  25. Tried this, it was as yummy as it sounds:)!!!

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  26. My daughter made this when I visited them in Germany last week it was a total hit gonna try it for thanksgiving thanks

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  27. This is a great recipe! I have used it for years. I substitute cool whip with cool whip FREE and use sugar free instant pudding. Those little things make a huge difference in calories. Actually a weightwatchers dish. Love it!

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  28. Made it for a work party and it was a hit!!

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  29. Making this for a party and am sprinkling crumbled heath bars on top for that little extra something.

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  30. Thanks for this yummy dip! I just posted about it on my blog! Thank you! http://mrskstreasurehunt.blogspot.com/2012/10/sunday-family-dinner-pumpkin-dip.html

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  31. Tried this yummy dip at an open house today so good! Thanks can't wait to make for Thanksgiving.

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  32. Even better when u add cream cheese :)

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  33. would this be something that is ok to make the day before?

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  34. Help asap please! I made the dip and it is delicious. I just carved the pumpkin. How clean did you get the inside of the pumpkin before you put the dip in? How do you get the stringy part out? Thanks!

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  35. Is it suppose to be a 1.5 oz box of pudding? There was no 5 oz box at my grocery store..

    stephanie_coldwell07(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  36. Just made this dip....Delish!!! My son was licking it from the plate :) Thank you so much for sharing...Blessings to you and yours!!

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  39. My taste buds never liked pumpkins but your recipe is wonderful and I will surely give it a lot of tries. The pumpkin presentation is truly a good way to invite non-lovers of pumpkin dishes. I will absolutely include this recipe in my fall menu list. This post will surely delight other readers as well as restaurant Fort Lauderdale providers out there who are looking for fresh ideas.Also, I love the idea of sprinkling cinnamon on top of the dip! Thanks for sharing.

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  41. My husband's exact words "wow. That is goooood. I am not a pumpkin fan but that is goooo ooo ooood". I agree. Yummy. Perfect fall app to bring to a party....

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  42. You can also trade the pumpkin for crushed pineapple...yum!

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  43. You can also trade the pumpkin for crushed pineapple...yum!

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  44. I just thought this looks so fun and yummy. I want to post it in my blog. I hope that you don't mind.

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  45. How many does one recipe work for. We will be having approximately 100 guests.

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