Hi Everyone! Please welcome Melissa to the blog today as she is guest posting for me. Today she is sharing this delicious and easy recipe for Simple Fruit Dip. I can’t wait to try it. Check out the recipe and be sure to head over to Melissa’s blog and say hello!
Hello, my name is Melissa and I blog over at Served Up With Love. I am a full time working Mom of two kids. My son is an 18 year old senior in high school and my daughter is 7 years old and full of energy. I met my husband while we were in high school and we will celebrate our 22nd wedding anniversary this September. We did not set out to have our kids so far apart, it just happened that way. My husband often tells people that we skipped the middle child. Either way, we are very blessed.
Since I work outside the home our meals have to be quick, simple, and budget friendly. I do not do a lot of fussy ingredients or get too complicated. Life is complicated enough, feeding my family should be easy. I strive to share recipes on my blog that are focused around the meals that I feed my family. I love to cook but I find baking very soothing to my soul and tend to bake a lot during the weekends, holidays, or any day I may be off.
This is my go to fruit dip recipe. There is almost always a dip for veggies but very rare to see a dip for fruit. Most kids love to dip things so anytime I can get them to eat something healthy, I go for it. Besides, you really cannot get much easier than this dip.
-1 cup of whipping cream
-½ cup confectioner’s sugar
-1 teaspoon vanilla
-¾ cup sour cream
-Variety of fresh fruit, cut into bite size pieces
1. Mix whipping cream with confectioner’s sugar with a mixer until firm.
2. Fold in vanilla and sour cream.
3. Enjoy with your favorite fresh fruit.
Thanks Emily for allowing me to share a little about myself to your readers. It has been an honor.
Thank you to Melissa for sharing this delicious recipe with us! Be sure to head over and visit her blog and follow her on Pinterest or Facebook. And let me know what is your favorite way to eat fruit? Share any recipes you may have in the comments!