Three Ingredient Easy Fruit Dip

This is my FAVORITE easy fruit dip ever. It only has three ingredients, but it’s absolutely delicious. Definitely file this one away for your next party!

Three ingredient easy fruit dip featuring one special ingredient that knocks it out of the park!

Three Ingredient Easy Fruit Dip
Author: Katie Clark
  • 1 container cool whip
  • 1 15 ounce can Coco Lopez Cream of Coconut
  • 1 small container strawberry yogurt
  1. Mix all ingredients together in a container. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
  2. Serve with any fruit!

Yogurt Fruit Dip RecipeI’m a big fan of fruit dips — they are simple to make, and they are usually big hits at parties and get togethers. I’m always trying to come up with delicious fruit dips, and I think I’ve finally created the one that will be my go-to dip. It’s only three ingredients, but it’s packed with flavor and creaminess, and it pairs perfectly with every piece of fruit I’ve tested it with!

I made this a few weeks ago when we had a few people over to watch General Conference with us. For whatever reason, I always take General Conference weekend as a time to make yummy food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for everyone to snack on. This fruit dip is what Forrest kept telling me (for days) how much he loved. I just kind of threw it together at the last minute, so I was thrilled that he loved it so much!

It just has cool whip (make sure it’s not frozen), one container of Yoplait strawberry yogurt (any brand will do), and a can of Coco Lopez cream of coconut. I discovered Coco Lopez awhile back when I made this yummy coconut cake. It’s one of those ingredients that isn’t all that common, but whenever I do use it, it leaves people thinking there was something extra special in the recipe. It’s not found near the regular cans of coconut milk at the store, but typically closer to the alcoholic drink mixes (though don’t worry, it’s non-alcoholic!)

Be warned though — it’s extremely addictive and delicious! You might find yourself just wanting to take a few bites of it, even after the fruit is gone. It makes a lot, and I think it could easily serve more than 10 people (depending on how hungry they are!) I used strawberry yogurt, which I highly recommend, but it would be fun to try out some different flavor combinations. Let me know if you do!


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