Pistachio Flavored Easy Fruit Dip

Have you wanted to try something delicious lately?  Something delicious, easy and only 2 ingredients?  My Pistachio Flavored Easy Fruit Dip is something you must try, even if you have never tasted pistachios before. This dip is so yummy to pair with your favorite fruits and gives your fruity snacks a little variety.

Pistachio Flavored Easy Fruit Dip

 

I try to keep my cooking as smooth and easy as possible, which is why this Pistachio Flavored Easy Fruit Dip was on my list to make. With only 2 ingredients it’s one of my go to recipes.  Not only does this qualify as easy but it really adds a punch of color to any table.  Not sure your up for pistachio even though I’m sure you will love it?  Any flavor of boxed pudding will do.  However, I’m confident that you’ll love this pistachio flavored easy fruit dip as much as I do.

Pistachio Flavored Easy Fruit Dip

Pistachio Flavored Easy Fruit Dip

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Pistachio Flavored Easy Fruit Dip
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 container of Cool Whip
  • 1 box of JELLO instant Pistachio Pudding Mix
  • Optional: Green food coloring
Instructions
  1. Place Cool Whip into a bowl. Add contents of Pistachio Pudding Mix and mix well.
  2. Optional: Add a couple of drops of food coloring to brighten the shade of green.
  3. Serve with fruit of your choice.

 

Pistachio Flavored Easy Fruit Dip

Perhaps you are not up for Pistachio Flavored Easy Fruit Dip and if not what other flavor could you see yourself using?  Strawberry, cherry, orange, etc…?

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Comments

  1. Deborah says

    I love making this…it’s so light and refreshing and a great way to get your kids to eat fruit. I grind up a handful of pistachios n fold them in. I also make a chocolate one which I shave dark chocolate and fold that in. It’s amazing!

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