We’ve got all the easy dessert dip recipes your guests will love from Maple Cinnamon Yogurt to Flutternutter Dip and a whole lot of deliciousness in between!
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Easy Dessert Dip Recipes
We have a new favourite kitchen gadget!
It’s a mini slow cooker that is perfect for making dips!
Slow cookers and dips are a match made in heaven, but you don’t want to be using your large family sized crockpot to make a party dip right?
That’s where this little slow cooker becomes your best friend in the kitchen because it’s just the right size for the job.
And you can take the crock out for easy cleaning!
Hot Apple Pie Dip Recipe – Oh my – did someone say apple pie dip? This is the perfect pot luck recipe to put a smile on everyone’s face!
Nutella Greek Yogurt Dip – Here’s a nice and easy dip to make that only has three ingredients and is perfect for Nutella fans.
Pumpkin Peanut Butter Dip Recipe – Make that afternoon apple snack a little more interesting with this yummy peanut butter dip recipe.
Fruit ‘n Waffle Kabobs with Maple Cinnamon Yogurt Dip – These kabobs are just as yummy to eat at breakfast time as they are for dessert!
Toffee Dip – If you’re making caramel apples for a party or get together then this is the perfect dip to serve them with.
Peanut Butter Greek Yogurt Fruit Dip – If you remember that 80s Reese’s commercial where two people crash into each other and accidentally mush together their peanut butter and chocolate then this is the sweet dip recipe for you!
FlitterNutter Dip – If you love peanut butter then this is the dip for you. Oh boy.
Raspberry-Marshmallow Fruit Dip Recipe – Fresh fruit is a great healthy option to serve at a party, and you make it the talk of the table by adding this yummy raspberry marshmallow fruit dip.
Creamy Snickers Dip Recipe – This mouthwatering dip has just five ingredients and is perfect for parties because it is so easy to make.
Cookie Dough S’mores Dip – Oh my, I would never have thought to make a dip using cookie dough, and I love that this is an eggless recipe too!
~Clare, currently pinning to Quick & Easy Desserts