5 Minute Fruit Dip

Whip up this easy and tasty Fruit Dip in about 5 minutes with only 5 ingredients you might already have on hand!


I love a good fruit dip! And I’ll be honest with you, while it’s great for dipping fruit in, with a tasty dip like this, I like to eat it with just a spoon! Who’s with me?

Everyone loves a good fruit dip! They are perfect for parties, potlucks, you name it. Need a quick dish to bring to a party? Cut up some fruit and whip up this dip? Need a quick after school snack for the kiddos? Whip up this dip with some fruit!


With summer (almost) upon us, it’s time to be equipped with some tasty eats, treats and snacks to make anytime. I have a list of some of my favorite go-to eats that I can whip up anytime. No thinking. No stressing. I keep as much as I can of the ingredients on hand, and when I need it, I usually have it. Some of the items change seasonally, and I try to keep the shelf stable pantry items on hand, or things I can keep in the freezer. It’s a go-to list, so I don’t have to think. Sometimes my brain at mass capacity so if I can just hit my list, there’s no thinking, and searching. My list includes snacks, pasta salads, and things that we often have on hand. Some of my items includes parfaits (my kids eat them daily), caprese salad (great for summer cookout), basil pesto (you always need pesto!), desserts like cheesecake, trifles, frozen pound cake to top with berries and whipped cream, or a box of pound cake (Tastefully Simple has a delicious pound cake), and other items I can easily whip up to take to a picnic. You get the idea. Since I started doing it, it has saved my sanity just a little when it comes to ideas for what to make.

When it comes to dinner, this past weekend I stocked my freezer with some easy peasy freezer meals to have on hand to just pop in the Crock Pot, Instant Pot or even grill. If you want to check out what I made, head over to my Facebook page where I made 10, yes 10 freezer meals in 1 Hour thanks 5 Dinners in 1 Hour! 5 Dinners in 1 Hour has been a lifesaver for me when it comes to dinner! I have most of my meals ready to go for the week, and now that I have 10 meals in the freezer I have no excuses to get dinner on the table!


This easy peasy 5 minute Fruit Dip is another one of those go-to things I like to make and is one of those items on my summer list of what to make. I always have whipped topping in the freezer, a packet of pudding mix, yogurt because my kids eat it all the time, I always have a block of cream cheese on hand and fruit too so I can whip this tasty dip up in no time!

Cool and Serve

I love to serve this in my Pampered Chef Cool and Serve! This Cool and Serve is such a lifesaver for summertime fruit and veggie trays. The cool insert keeps everything nice and cool for hours! It’s great to take to the park, picnic, family reunions filled with yummy eats that will stay cool!


You can purchase the Cool and Serve on my Pampered Chef site HERE! They also have a large Cool and Serve too! Click HERE to check it out! And for order over $75 you also get a FREE Crinkle Cutter if you order by the end of May! I use the crinkle cutter in my Roasted Zucchini with Garlic Aioli recipe and I love it!

Mr. Mother Thyme LOVES this dip! He skips the fruit and dives in with just a spoon! I don’t blame him. It’s one tasty dip! If you need to whip up an easy and tasty fruit dip, then you’ll want to give this a try!


5 Minute Fruit Dip


  • 8 oz cream cheese (softened)
  • 2 cups vanilla yogurt
  • 1 pkg vanilla instant pudding mix (3.4 oz box)
  • 1 teaspoon lemon zest (optional)
  • 8 oz whipped topping (like cool whip)
  • fruit for serving (strawberries, bananas, pineapple, blueberries,kiwi)


  1. In a large bowl, beat cream cheese until creamy.
  2. Add vanilla yogurt and box of dry vanilla pudding mix. Beat until combined.
  3. Stir in lemon zest.
  4. Fold in whipped topping until combined.
  5. Refrigerate until ready to serve.

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