Amaretto Fluff Dip

I am so happy that the weather decided to turn colder! ¬†Well when I say colder I mean Cold! It was 19 this morning when I left for work. ¬†I love it like this. ¬†I only needed a ¬†sweater and gloves. ¬†Now I have to remind you I am the crazy that is wearing Flip Flops right now also. ¬†That dog gone toe just won’t go into a shoe yet! Even though the rest of me was warm with minimal covering my feet are freezing!

It started to snow yesterday for about 30 minutes. ¬†They were the great big fat fluffy flakes. ¬†They look so pretty and they are so much fun to twirl around in! ¬†(Yes I am still a big kid) I was so lucky that I was able to get any pictures taken yesterday. ¬†Although snow is beautiful to look at and fun to play in, it does not make for a great sunny day to photograph food. ¬†I think there must have been like a 2 min break in the cloud cover that allowed me to get 3 good shots in. ¬†That makes me happy! ¬†I didn’t want to stage these photo’s as¬†Christmasy¬†as this dip is perfect year round to serve as an appetizer, a snack or a dessert. This would however be a fantastic dish at a New Year’s Eve Party!

I chose to dip Graham Crackers and Strawberries in this. ¬†You could use any fruit you like and I think that Nilla¬†Wafers¬†would be divine. It is hard to tell from the photo but this dip is really light and it lives up to its name fluff. ¬†If you want to know how good this is, well there is none left and I just made it yesterday! We didn’t even tell the boy about it! Steve and I just sat and dipped strawberry after strawberry in it. We justified that it was health food, I mean we were eating Fruit, I used fat free cream cheese and fat free sour cream. ¬†Let’s just forget that there is a whole jar of Marshmallow fluff in there! A quick side note. ¬†I had never used that before, Holy Cow is that stuff sticky! ¬†You could hold the tiles of the Space Shuttle on with that stuff! I was worried that the recipe wouldn’t work, but I was wrong it came off like a Champ. ¬†A totally tasty Champ!

Please enjoy this at your own risk. ¬†You could possibly eat this all in one sitting! We did! And there was more than what is shown in this picture…….

Amaretto Fluff Dip

Amaretto Fluff Dip

I found this Recipe in a Better Homes and Gardens Publication

Ingredients

  • 3 oz cream cheese (I used fat free but you can use full fat and it will be a thicker dip)
  • 1 tbs packed Brown Sugar
  • 1 1/2 tbs Amaretto
  • 8 oz Sour Cream (again I used fat free)
  • 7 oz Marshmallow Creme (Like Jet Puff)
  • Assorted fruit and cookies/crackers for dipping

Instructions

  • beat the cream cheese and the brown sugar in a mixer
  • add the Amaretto and combine
  • next add the sour cream and the Fluff Mix on low for 3 min
  • scrape down the sides as needed
  • it will seem very liquidy but it will firm up
  • transfer to an air tight container and chill overnight
  • enjoy!
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17 Comments on Amaretto Fluff Dip

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      December 3, 2012

      Thanks Jutta!I will be there each week! Thanks for hosting! I just started a Linky Party also this is my First Week. “Show Me Your Plaid Monday’s” I would love to have you link up also!

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    Cristina says:
    December 1, 2012

    Mmmm. This looks so good! I’m glad that you got snow. I was promised snow, but it never came. =( Thanks for sharing at Linkin’ Up Thursdays!
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      pandpkitchen says:
      November 29, 2012

      I know! I was tempted to add more Amaretto in it. So instead I just put in a glass! Hee Hee!

  2. avatar
    November 28, 2012

    I used to love marshmallow fluff + peanut butter sandwiches as a kiddo, so now I love *anything* with fluff in it! This sounds just lovely – a perfect party snack!

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      pandpkitchen says:
      November 28, 2012

      Thanks Amy! It was really good and I am going to make it again for a Holiday Party!

  3. avatar
    November 27, 2012

    This sounds like an amazing dip. I would right there with dipping strawberry after strawberry, I am sure I couldn’t stop eating this.

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      pandpkitchen says:
      November 28, 2012

      Thanks Dawn! It was almost embarrassing how fast we ate it…. I think I ate more than my husband. Double Embarrassing! = )

  4. avatar
    November 27, 2012

    I’m sorry, Amaretto Fluff Dip? Are you serious right now? I want this alllll over my face.

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      pandpkitchen says:
      November 28, 2012

      I am Serious! So easy to make! The hard part? waiting for it to fluff up overnight in the fridge!

  5. avatar
    pandpkitchen says:
    November 27, 2012

    I know how crazy is that! I just guess I have never had a recipe that called for it until now. Other than the stickiness it was super duper!

  6. avatar
    November 27, 2012

    Ohmygosh, I can’t believe you’ve never used marshmallow fluff before–I love it! This dip sounds amazing, too–I am sure I would have no problem polishin off the entire bowl.

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