Making marshmallow fluff fruit dip will cut off your thoughts that eating fruits must be in its raw form. Well, although that is exactly what is recommended by experts, you can always spice up the experience of eating fruits with something sweet and nice, like marshmallow, for example. 

This recipe will be nice to create especially if you have children who are difficult to eat fruits. Another plus point from this recipe is that it doesn’t need you a lot of ingredients. All you need you can get it at any nearest convenience store.


Marshmallow Fluff Fruit Dip

So, what ingredients you need to make marshmallow fluff fruit dip and how to make it? Let’s discover this recipe in this explanation below.

Cook Time 5 mins

Course Lunch

Servings 8



  • 1 package cream cheese, which is equal to around 8 ounces.
  • 1 jar marshmallow cream, which is equal to 15 ounces.
  • Assorted fresh fruits
  • Graham crackers or sticks (you can opt to use this ingredient or not).



  • First, we should make the cream cheese softened. That is why you should blend cream cheese together with the marshmallow together. That said, you can use hand mixer to soften the cream cheese.
  • As you got the mix done, you can now enjoy the marshmallow cream fruit dipping with your fruits. You can as well get the graham crackers to get into the dipping. That would be a perfect match!

That’s how to make the marshmallow fruit dip. It is so simple, isn’t it?  Besides easy to make, it can also be stored if you don’t eat it all in one gulp. However, just keep in mind to have it in a container with a tight lid. Plus, make sure not to keep it too long in the refrigerator since the quality can go bad.

What about the nutrition of this fruit dipping? The recipe is for 8 yields, and per serving size of 82 grams, you can get a hearty energy of 268.6 calories. This energy boost is mainly coming from fat, which fulfills your 33% daily need of fat. 

However, per serving size mentioned you can get too much sugar in it, which is 25.8 grams. If stated into your percentage daily need, the amount of sugar in this fruit dipping can excess the daily needs by 3%. That said, it should not be recommended for ones with diabetes or ones with tendency of having it.

So, that is the information regarding how to make a fruit dipping with marshmallow and cream cheese. Hope you find this article helpful for you and good luck in making this sweet, heart-warming marshmallow fluff fruit dip!


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