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This strawberry fluff fruit dip is one of the first recipes I fell in love with as a kid and I still can’t get enough of it. All you need is two simple ingredients!

strawberry fluff fruit dip in serving bowl on platter of fresh fruit

Strawberry Fluff Fruit Dip Recipe

When I was a teenager, I had this marshmallow fluff fruit dip for the first time and while I think it’s from Shannon Mattson —one of the sweetest, spunkiest and most tender hearted people I know — I could also be totally wrong. Either way, this easy fruit dip is pure heaven and I’ve got two little girls over here licking their bowls clean in order to not miss out on a single bit.

And the very best part? It uses just two ingredients. Boo-yah. There’s literally nothing easier than buying two things at the store, whipping them together and serving with a platter of fruit. 

I’ve actually mentioned this a few times, but in case you are new on this blog, fruit and I are the best of friends. I’d actually take it over chocolate most of the time. Most of the time. (I mean, who could ever turn down a hot, homemade chocolate chip cookie?).

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Strawberry Fluff Fruit Dip Ingredients

Like I said already, this is such an easy fruit dip recipe! To make this strawberry fruit dip, you’ll need: 

  • Marshmallow fluff
  • Strawberry cream cheese

Seriously, that’s all it takes to make this incredible cream cheese fruit dip! 

How to Make Fruit Dip 

This marshmallow fruit dip is so simple to make I think it takes less than 5 minutes to prepare! Here’s how to make fruit dip: 

  1. Beat the marshmallow fluff and cream cheese together until smooth. 
  2. Spoon into a serving dish and serve alongside your choice of fruit. 

What to Serve with Fruit Dip

This is one of those fruit dip recipes that works best with strawberries and bananas, but really any fruit will work. Think: apples, pineapple, or even peaches and pears. You could also serve this fruit dip with pretzels, Nilla Wafers, graham crackers, and more! 

Can I Use Another Flavor of Cream Cheese?

I don’t see why not! Use any fruit-flavored cream cheese you’d like. I’ve also seen cheesecake and brown sugar cream cheese, which would work nicely here too. 

dunking a strawberry into a bowl of strawberry fluff fruit dip

Tips for Making Fruit Dip

This fruit dip recipe turns out best if you let the cream cheese soften slightly before blending it with the marshmallow fluff. Let it rest on the counter for 10 to 15 minutes, then mix it into the fruit dip. 

When serving this fruit dip, you may notice that your fruit browns quickly. Bananas and apples in particular brown quite quickly once the air hits their flesh, but if you’re wondering how to keep apples and bananas from browning you can always just toss them with a little bit of lemon juice.

With that said, I’m going to be totally honest with you, I don’t like to do that. Lemon juice adds a little zip to the fruit and so as much as it pains me to say this, I prefer to cut the fruit right before serving. Yes, that means that we have one more thing to do before guests show up, but I’m willing to do it! 

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Strawberry Fluff Fruit Dip

4.59 from 12 votes
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Cook Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 4 minutes
Servings: 4 -6
This strawberry fluff fruit dip is one of the first recipes I fell in love with as a kid and I still can't get enough of it. All you need is two simple ingredients!

Ingredients

  • one- 7 oz container Marshmallow Fluff or Cream name brand tastes best
  • one- 8 oz container strawberry cream cheese
  • Fruit for dipping

Instructions

  • Place the marshmallow fluff and cream cheese into a bowl and using an electric or handheld mixer, beat the two ingredients together until smooth.*
  • Spoon into a serving dish and arrange fruit on a platter.

Notes

  • *This works best if you've let the cream cheese sit out for 10 minutes first, but it's not necessary.
  • This dip can be made up to 2 days ahead of time, wrapped tightly in saran wrap or stored in tupperware until ready to serve. Leftovers can easily be stored the same way.
Nutrition Facts
Strawberry Fluff Fruit Dip
Amount Per Serving (1 g)
Calories 368 Calories from Fat 162
% Daily Value*
Fat 18g28%
Saturated Fat 10g63%
Polyunsaturated Fat 5g
Cholesterol 57mg19%
Sodium 204mg9%
Carbohydrates 51g17%
Fiber 1g4%
Sugar 36g40%
Protein 4g8%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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61 comments

  • Has anyone tried this with cool whip?

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    • It works great! Just make sure that the cream cheese is at room temperature so it’s not lumpy. Enjoy!

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  • Have had this dip for MANY years but add a box of Strawberry Jello mix with plain cream cheese….goes well with every fruit! Kids eat tons of fruit just for the dip. Can also add a touch of Ginger instead of Strawberry Jello for a more adult taste. Either way, it’s a HIT!!!

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    • Ohhh I’ll totally try that!

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  • I doubled the recipe for a party because the recipe says it yields only 4-6 servings….turns out it serves many more…after I ran out of fruit, we tried graham crackers with the remaining dip and that was also delightful! This is quite tasty!

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  • Can you just use plain philly cheese and add your fruit and also I live in Australia so what is fluff

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    • Comes in a jar, we use this to make fudge with. Kraft makes it along with other brands….

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      • My mother used philly cream cheese and powdered sugar great on pears from a can. Can be used on any fruit and any fruit from a can. Hope you try it I think it is better than the strawberry cream cheese too strong.

      • Deborah,
        That sounds fantastic! Cannot wait to try it!

    • If you use plain cream cheese, squeeze in lemon juice. Great flavor for all fruit.

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      • That’s a wonderful idea! We have a ton of fruit right now and I can try it out asap!

    • Fluff is marshmallow cream. If you don’t want to use cream cheese you can blend the marshmallow cream with plain or flavored yogurt and then add a fruit jelly of your choice for flavoring. Most people stick with berry types but a nice lemon would be good too.

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  • I have used this recipe for years and everybody loves it. It tastes great with practically any fruit! I find if you whip the cream cheese first then add the marshmallow fluff, it’s easier and don’t get lumps.

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    • Absolutely, whipping it first definitely helps!

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  • I have made a very similar dip for many years. I use 16 ounce regular cream chees and 14 ounce marshemellow whip. Original recipe called for 8 ounce CC and 7 ounce whip but my family never thinks that is enough so I always have to double it I have never tried it with strawberry cream cheese, I’ll have to try it like that the next time. We eat it with strawberries, melon, pineapple, apples,

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    • I’ll have to try your way too!

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      • I have used this recipe for many years. It is so delicious. I never thought to use the strawberry cream cheese, so can’t wait to try it. We usually eat strawberries with it. One recipe does not go far with four grandsons!!!

      • Oh, I bet! Boys eat so much!!

  • I have made a very similar dip for many years. I use 16 ounce regular cream chees and 14 ounce marshemellow whip. Original recipe called for 8 ounce CC and 7 ounce whip but my family never thinks that is enough so I always have to double it I have never tried it with strawberry cream cheese, I’ll have to try it like that the next time. We eat it with strawberries, melon, pineapple, apples,

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  • What fruit works best for serving with this dip ?Looking forward to trying this soon !

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    • Hi Shirley, We prefer strawberries, bananas and apples. 🙂

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  • definitely read that as 17 and 18 oz. whoops! Still tasty 🙂

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    • Haha, don’t you hate when that happens?

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  • Sounds good. Going to try it with my cream cheese bundt cake. I slice and and flavored cream cheese. Very good. With hot cup of coffee.

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    • ok, I need that delivered! Sounds just wonderful!

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  • My family has been making this dip for years! It’s so yummy and always a huge hit.

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    • Isn’t it the best?!

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  • never thought abpout strawberry cream chees. when I make fruit did I do the marshmallow creme, regular cream cheese, some maraschino cherry juice and sometimes chop a few of the cherries into tiny pieces and add them, but definitely gonna try the strawberry cream cheese, sounds amazing.

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    • ohhhh! I’ve never thought about maraschino juice. Genius!

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  • What size containers did you use for the fluff and cream cheese?

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    • oh boy, not sure why it keeps disappearing, 7 oz fluff and 8 oz cream cheese 🙂

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  • i have made this in the past, it is always a HUGE hit. SO Yummy.

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  • I’m in Il. Where do I find strawberry. Cream cheese. They have they have other flavors but that one lol.

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    • Hi. Instead of it coming in a block it comes in a small round bowl with the flavored cream cheeses. In Ohio it is sold at most retailers/grocers. Hope this helps.

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  • A lot of sugar, but for a once in a while treat, I guess I could splurge…

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    • I bring it out with guests because then my portion is small and I didn’t over do it since it is a lot of sugar!

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  • Simple and delicious, doesn’t get much better than that!

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  • Ummm heck. yes. Two ingredients to creamy fruit dip heaven? YES please!

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  • Two ingredients ? Yes please!

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  • Oh this looks like a special little snack!

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    • it got devoured after school for sure.

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  • What a fantastic looking dip! I would be licking my bowl clean too if it was in front of me 🙂 Love it!

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    • Lol, it’s totally worth every lick

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  • This looks so simple, but sooo delicious! I would be licking out the bowl too!

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  • This sounds so yummy!!

    Fruit is one of my favorite treats.

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    • Mine too!

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  • Looks delicious and so easy! That works for me!

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    • always a good combo

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  • I usually make this with regular cream cheese, I’ll have to try strawberry flavored next time.
    Also, adding a bit of cinnamon takes it to another level of amazing snacks 🙂

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    • oh, heck yes!! I cannot wait to try that!

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  • Oh yes!! Love this fruit dip. So gorgeous!

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    • Thank you!!

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  • Looks like a wonderful snack!

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    • Thanks so much!

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  • I love how simple this is! And fruit dips are the best. Pinned and can’t wait to try it! 🙂

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    • Let me know what you think!

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  • Anything this simple HAS to be delicious! It sounds so great. I’ll definitely be making this for a few parties this summer. 🙂

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    • Yay!!! I hope you do and please let me know whatyo u think!

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