Ready in 45 minutes
This is an old favorite of mine from Southern Living. It is wonderful to put out as a nibble when the Fall comes.
"I took this to our family's annual Halloween dinner and trick-or-treating party last night. It is delcious! Tastes just like pumpkin pie, only not as thick. We dipped apples and ginger snaps as suggested, I think other cut fruit would work well too (bananas and pineapples, for example)."
It is very important to make sure your cream cheese is completely softened before starting this recipe. In an electric mixer, beat the softened cream cheese and sugar. Then add your pumpkin, cinnamon and ginger. Scrape down bowl to ensure all ingredients are mixed thoroughly. Mix 1 more minute to mix completely. Serve in a small bowl with apple slices, pear slices and/or ginger snap cookies for dipping.
This dip will stay good in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
Vkersey 1y agoRead reviews before making it went half on the sugar and added cool whip...amazing! Loved it thank you for the idea I hope its a hit tomorrow:)
sparklelynnbling 1y agoAmazingly delicious ! Served it in a small carved out pumpkin with ginger snap cookies.
ezflushplumbing 2y agoFamily favorite!
Chris765 2y agoMade this again for Thanksgiving. Super easy to make. I only used one cup of confectioner sugar. Rave reviews!
sarahanaruk 2y agoAwesomely good! Made it for thanksgiving and served it with gingerbread flavored pita chips! It was a hit! I did cut down the sugar by almost half and it was great!
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ezflushplumbing 2y agoAnother family favorite!
Tuggswife 2y agoIs this served at room temp or chilled or warm?
Klar-Australia 2y agoThis is so good i tryed and my mouth was just filled with flavors!! Yummmm!!