Sweet Pumpkin Dip ~ Grab your Gingersnaps and Nilla Wafers and whip up a batch of this dip to welcome in fall!
Oooh it’s the first pumpkin recipe of the season on Julie’s Eats & Treats. Who’s as pumped as I am? Thought you were! Don’t worry this isn’t the last one. I already have to more that I need to post.
I was testing the other two recipes out the other weekend the hubs is like really Julie? Pumpkin? Already? I’m like oh ya babe totally. I’m a food blogger…I’m always a month or two ahead of the trend. Ready for Christmas sweets dear?
Like he’d ever complain about some sweets! He would be the one trying to sneak them out of the kitchen before I could take pictures. Although I have him trained pretty well. He grabs a treat, stops, and asks you took pictures right? We were about ready to dig into supper the other weekend and I was dishing the soup up and he’s like did you already photography this?
There is hope for this man yet! Maybe I’ll get to work training him in other departments…like taking out that garbage. I’ll let you know how that goes!
As for this amazing Sweet Pumpkin Dip….it’s amazing, its wonderful, it’s fall in a dip! Grab the Nilla Wafers, Gingersnaps or Graham Crackers and your guests will be singing you praises! I’m warning you though that this makes a lot of dip so make sure if you have somewhere to go with it or your hips will possible get larger. I’ve warned you so you can not get mad at me for that problem. This is full disclosure peeps!
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Sweet Pumpkin Dip
- 2 8 oz package cream cheese, softened
- 1 15 oz can of pumpkin
- 2 c. powdered sugar
- 2 tsp cinnamon
- 1 tsp ground ginger
- Beat cream cheese and pumpkin in large bowl until smooth. Add powdered sugar, cinnamon and ginger. Beat until combined. Cover and refrigerate at least one hour.
- Serve with gingersnaps, vanilla wafers, graham crackers or apples and grapes.