Hello friends! How are things in your part of the world? It’s cold here…as in so cold they’re calling it a Polar Vortex again. Which I think is actually quite hilarious because it’s called winter. In Canada it’s winter. I’m going to sound old, but I remember back in my day, our winters were just like the one we’re having this year…cold and with a tonne of snow. I actually like winters like this, but I’m officially over it. OVER IT. Done. Stick me with a fork. Bring on summer. I’m done. But, realistically we have 3 more months of crummy weather. We can’t actually say winter is over out loud until July long weekend. Honestly, I don’t actually believe winter is over until July 1. For reals. Why do I live here again? 😉
Anyway we’re making the best of it and doing a bit of snowshoeing, getting together with friends, and this weekend I’m off to a spa get away with 12 gals…massages, pedicures, wine tours and fabulous company. Have to embrace winter right? tee hee
Anyway I made a dip.
How’s that for a smooth transition?
Remember my 3 Ingredient Strawberry Fluff Fruit Dip? The one that I like so much I actually dream about it and picture myself eating it by the spoonfuls or giant gobs on top of strawberries? Seriously. Haven’t met a person who hasn’t liked it…
So last week when I was getting groceries I spied a container of chocolate cream cheese spread, and I immediately thought it would be an amazing alteration to my fruit dip. And I wasn’t wrong…this dip is delicious. I made it for a get together we had with friends over the weekend and it was gone…I think everyone wanted to lick the bowl.
It’s light, fluffy and chocolatey! And is amazing served with bananas, strawberries and chunks of angel food cake. YUM
Giant spoon anyone?
3 Ingredient Chocolate Marshmallow Fluff Dip
- 1 8 oz jar of marshmallow cream fluff
- 1 250 g package of spreadable chocolate cream cheese at room temperature
- 2 cups of whipped whipping cream make sure you whip it up first before combining all the ingredients
In a mixer, combine all the ingredients, and beat until smooth.
Refrigerate until ready to serve.
Recipe NotesServe with fresh berries, slices of bananas, chunks of angel food or pound cake!
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Now doesn’t this just look sooooo good?