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Strawberry Fruit Dip

With the heat of Summer now upon, us fruit seems to be a great option.  I love fruit salads and this dip is simple and very delicious way to dress up fruit.
Strawberry Fruit Dip
1 single serving strawberry yogart
1 small container whipped topping (8 oz.)
1 teaspoon vanilla
Mix together and serve. 
You can use what ever flavor of yogart you like.
I use the low fat, low calorie yogart and light whipped topping to save on the calories.
If you have the time and calories you can use real whipped cream. 
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  1. That looks really good for a hot summer day like this one!!!

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  2. Thanks for stopping by my blog. The dip looks yummy. Now following you back.

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  3. Just participating in the blog hop! You have some yummy recipies. I think the naked nachos looks yummy and healthy too.
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  4. Yum! I love fruit salad! Following Friendly Friday! Have a great weekend!

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  5. That dip looks so yummy! I'm having my son's bday party next weekend and think I may try this with the fruit tray :)

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  6. Delicious! I love fruit dips.

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  7. Yummmmmmy! This dip looks delicious and refreshing! I might make it for a BBQ I am going to tomorrow afternoon. I found you while blog hopping through Friendly Friday. I am now a follower!

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  8. I make this too, but without the vanilla! Just re-posted it from my cooking blog (www.my-vintage-kitchen.blogspot.com) to my every day blog (www.under-the-big-oak-tree.blogspot.com).

    Next time I make it, I'll have to try it with the vanilla!

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  9. This sounds wonderful and so much healthier than the ones that I see with marshmallow fluff! Yum!

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  10. That looks so delicious!! I love fruit dip and it's so expensive to buy it at the store.

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  11. Yummy! I love fresh fruit with yogurt dressing.
    Glad you stopped by Friendly Friday! :)

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  12. I've made this before and its great. Amazing how few ingredients can turn into something that was quite the hit at a party I brought it too. Nobody believed me when I told them the recipe. Talk about a quickie if you have unexpected guests too!

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  13. Yum and so easy. You don't usually get strawberry flavor in fruit dips and I would love this. I can't get enough fresh fruit this year.

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  14. On one of these hot days, this would be a super treat. On a regular day, it would be a great treat.

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  15. What a nice summer snack, fruit and a delicious dip to go with it.

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  16. mom makes one like this, love it!!!

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  17. I've never thought of combining yogurt and cool whip into a dip! What a wonderful treat!

    Thanks for stopping by for Friday Favorites!

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