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Sherry Fruit Dip

Rated as 4.91 out of 5 Stars

"A fruit appetizer is a nice change of pace from the rich, savory snacks so prevalent around the holidays. It's no-fuss favorite I take to many get-togethers. --Sandy Oldendick, Cincinnati, Ohio"
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Ingredients

10 m servings
Original recipe yields 12 servings

Directions

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  1. In a small mixing bowl, combine the cream cheese, cream, sherry or apple juice and vanilla. Gradually beat in confectioners' sugar. Cover and refrigerate for 8 hours or overnight. Serve with fruit.

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This is my first review, and I actually signed up to post this. I was looking for a good fruit dip for a strawberry tray and this was excellent! I didn't have sherry on hand so I used apple ju...

A little on the sweet side but the bowl was wiped clean. I used large grapes, whole strawberries, bananas and chunks of melon.

Delicious dip! This could probably be made in a half batch as it creates so much dip (we didn't use ours completely even after two big Christmas parties).

We ran out of fruit, but that didn't stop us. We just kept eating the dip. 2nd time around I'm going to make sure that we have enough fruit.

Ohmigoodness! Just got done making this and it is DELIGHTFUL!!! We even forgot to buy the strawberries and are using grapes and it still tastes AWESOME!!! If you are looking for a great fruit di...

I followed the recipe exactly. It was delicious!!! Served it with fruit when the birthday cake was served. It is the perfect alternative for gluten free diets, the dip tastes just like cake ici...

I made just one alteration...I used just 2/3 to a cup of the powdered sugar and it was perfect! I think it would have been too sweet for me if I had used what the recipe called for. I also used...

I made mine with apple juice and it was delicious. Not too sweet.

This dip was a hit at our neighborhood morning coffee. Served it with mixed berries, apples, and grapes.