Hello loves! So there are only 2 days of November left….HOLY COW! This month has gone by so fast, and I am seriously so excited for the Christmas season. However, that means that I have 2 more days to post pumpkin recipes before Peppermint and Chocolate take over my life. Definitely not complaining about that. This Clean Pumpkin Pie Dip is SUCH a yummy recipe, I couldn’t wait to share with you guys.
I always eat 1 snack a day (it’s part of my routine) and many times that snack consists of dipping something. Whether that be chips in hummus, pretzels in peanut butter…that type of thing. But every now and then (okay most of the time actually) I’m craving something sweet around my snack-time. This easy dip is PERFECT for dipping fruit, pretzels, graham crackers, or biscotti for that evening snack. Warning: It’s extremely addicting.
But THAT’S OKAY! Because this recipe uses the cleanest ingredients possible to give it that creamy, sweet, fluffy goodness. And honestly I found the perfect biscotti to dip in it that took this dip to a whole new level.
Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Biscotti is seriously amazing. Even without the dip I ate 1-2 pieces a day until the entire box was gone (with the help of my Mother who LOVED it too). This combined with the Pumpkin Pie Dip is just…WOW.
This is great to make at home or take to a holiday event. Everyone will obsess over it, I promise. Plus you get to have a sweet treat without the guilt. Oh Yes.
- 12 oz organic cream cheese
- 1 cup organic pumpkin puree
- organic powdered sugar (to taste)
- Stevia (to taste)
- 2 tsp. pumpkin pie spice
- 1-2 T. organic milk
- Beat cream cheese with desired amount of Stevia and powdered sugar until light and creamy. (I didn't want to add more powdered sugar than necessary, so I just added a little at a time with the Stevia until I reached desired taste and consistency).
- Stir in pumpkin and pumpkin pie spice.
- Add 1-2 T. of milk IF the mixture is still too thick.
- Serve with fruit, graham crackers, or your favorite biscotti for the perfect Fall treat!
*Adapted from Spend with Pennies