This pumpkin spice dip has quickly become a seasonal favorite! It goes great on so many things!
The kids and I love to use the dip for apples, animal crackers, and vanilla wafers.
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However, unlike our pumpkin spice granola recipe, don’t deviate from this recipe too much! I do highly recommend to put the cream cheese out ahead of time to let it get to room temperature. This makes for easier mixing and prevents it from getting really lumpy.
While you can use a whisk to whip up this recipe, I highly suggest using a hand mixer or stand mixer. I have even tossed this all in my mini food processer and mixed it up that way!
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I have already made this for a few get togethers and it is always a hit! You can easily double or triple this recipe for a larger crowd. Seriously, the kids go wild over it.
What Should I Serve With Pumpkin Pie Dip?
While I like to eat it right off of the spoon 🥄 (hey judgement free zone here!), that are plenty of delicious items that you can serve with this dip. It works well with apple slices (Granny Smith or Pink Lady are the best), pear slices, graham crackers, animal crackers, vanilla wafers, or those yummy little cookies that look and taste like piece of waffle cones! SO GOOD!
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How To Make Pumpkin Spice Dip?
Just keep on scrolling down for the full recipe, I promise, it’s super easy!
Using a stand or hand mixer, simply beat together the cream cheese, yogurt, pumpkin puree, sweetener, and pumpkin spice and you are good to go!
You can also fold in come cool whip to the recipe if you want a “fluffier” version. Then serve it up with all your favorite things to dip and you are good to go!
Can I Use Pumpkin Pie Filling?
YES! I absolutely recommend using pumpkin pie filling or pumpkin puree. Just be careful if the pumpkin pie filling that you use already has spices in it, you will want to adjust your recipe accordingly.
In any pumpkin recipe I tend to use “pumpkin pie filling” and pumpkin puree interchangeably. If you have it on hand you can certainly use fresh pumpkin, just make sure it is cooked down to mush!
Pumpkin Spice Dip
- 8 oz, cream cheese (room temperature)
- 6 oz plain yogurt
- 1/4 cup pumpkin puree
- 2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
- Sweetener to taste
- Place all ingredients in a bowl
- Blend together with a hand mixer or immersion blender
- Enjoy with fruit, crackers, or cookies!
Be sure the cream cheese is at room temperature, this will help to prevent any lumps when mixed together.
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