Amazingly easy, creamy and skinny pumpkin dip – you will not believe how yummy this is! Plus tons more fall recipe & decoration ideas below!
I’ve teamed up with a group of 75 bloggers to share tons of Fall Harvest Ideas with you! From crafts, to recipes, to home decor and more…we have you covered for Fall inspiration!
If you know me at all, you know I’m a snacker. I heart dips with a passion. I just shared this Pizza Dip last week, oh and these French Dip Sandwiches too, and now a pumpkin dip! It’s how I roll.
But I’m also a pumpkin freak. I think this week alone, I’m going to share THREE pumpkin recipes on here! I’m just a tad bit addicted. So if you’re like me, stay tuned for more pumpkin recipes this week!
Fall is the best time of year, in my opinion. I live in Southern California, so the seasons aren’t super prevalent. But by October I’m usually beyond ready for fall to start. I love the cooler weather, sweaters, hot wassail or hot chocolate, and just about anything pumpkin related.
It just BARELY started to cool down here. My husband and I went out with some friends this last weekend and I wore boots! It was very exciting. 🙂
Let’s get back to this pumpkin dip. Anything sweet that I can dip Nilla Wafers into, is my favorite. You just throw everything into a food processor and then serve. There’s only 117 calories in 1/4 cup! It’s pretty rich stuff so you most likely won’t need more than that.
I made this dip two times in two days and it was gone within hours both times, devoured by my boys (ahem, and me). Like I said, pumpkin recipes = love. 🙂
- 1 8-oz package light cream cheese
- 3/4 cup canned pureed pumpkin
- 2 Tbsp. fat free vanilla Greek yogurt
- 3/4 tsp. cinnamon
- 1/4 tsp. nutmeg
- 1/8 tsp. cloves
- 1 1/2 Tbsp. Truvia sweetener
- 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
- Nilla Wafers and Gingersnaps for dipping
- Combine all ingredients into a food processor. Blend together until combined and creamy. Pour into a bowl and serve with Nilla Wafers, gingersnap cookies or graham crackers. Enjoy!
To celebrate fall and pumpkin season, I teamed up with a bunch of other bloggers to share some fall ideas, just for you! Lots of fun recipes, decorating ideas & tips. So grab the recipe above for this delicious skinny pumpkin dip and then scroll to the bottom to get some more fall ideas from my blogger friends!
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Great Dip!! ~ Catherine
Yvonne @ Tried and Tasty says
That first picture of the nilla wafer.. oh my!!!! Looks so good!
Andi @ The Weary Chef says
Oh wow, Jen. this looks so great! I love that it’s skinny so I don’t even have to feel bad about polishing off a bowl all by myself (if my boys let me). Gorgeous photos! xo
Jen @ Baked by an Introvert says
There can never be enough pumpkin. I love this dip. I looks so cool and creamy, not to mention, DELICIOUS. Pinned!
This dip looks so great, Jen, and I’d absolutely love it with gingersnaps! 🙂
Julie @ Julie's Eats & Treats says
I love how you are wishing for it to cool off and I’m praying it stays warmish here! These looks like a fabulous snack as I to, am a HUGE snacker!
Yay! I’m going to a Halloween party tomorrow and I was looking for something festive to bring. This is perfect! Thanks!
I hope you liked it as much as we did!! Have a great rest of your weekend!
Tricia the Good Mama says
I’m making this for a Halloween party I’m going to tomorrow. Awesome recipe!
I hope you like it!! I seriously couldn’t get enough of it! Can’t wait to hear what you thought!
Monica Murray says
can i make this ahead of time?
Hi Monica! You should be fine making it ahead of time and keeping it in the fridge. It should last a few days in a covered container. I hope you like it!!
Ruth Plambeck says
Is that cinnamon that you have sprinkled on the top? If not, what is it? Thanks!
Yep! Just a little bit of cinnamon and nutmeg on top! 🙂