Minty Grinch Dip is a fun addition to holiday menus. Easy to make, this mint flavored dessert dip is great for Christmas and all year long.
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Minty Grinch Dip
I’m baaaackkkk!!! Yes, day #3 of #ChristmasSweetsWeek has arrived and today I’m bringing you a desserty dip, and it is perfect for the holiday season because it is Minty Grinch Dip!Please be sure to check out my previous additions to #ChristmasSweetsWeek:
There’s nothing better than a party with lots of dips, and the entire holiday season should have all sorts. Everything from sweet, savory, and of course cheesy! I knew I wanted to make a sweet dessert type dip for this event, and mint is such a classic holiday flavor that I love.
Minty Grinch Dip is a sweet dip that’s a snap to make, you’ll be out of the kitchen in a flash. Whip it up ahead of time and throw it in the refrigerator. Pop it out at party time and finish off with a dollop of whipped cream and sprinkles!
And about those sprinkles…I know you are probably curious about where you can get them for yourself. Well, let me tell you they can be found at Sweets & Treats Boutique. Aren’t they adorable? You’ll find an amazing selection of sprinkles to add to your collection, go do some holiday shopping right now.
Whip up some Minty Grinch Dip with the kiddos, they can easily help make this fun treat. Better yet, make it after you watch The Grinch Movie! I’m taking my kids next week when they are officially on holiday break. Guess what mom will be enjoying after the movie? A Grinch Cocktail…yeah now we’re talking!
Some tips for making Minty Grinch Dip:
- I used non-dairy whipped topping, you can also use homemade.
- Add in additional peppermint extract and green food color if desired.
- If preparing early in the day and storing, don’t add sprinkles until you are serving.
- Serve with vanilla wafers, pretzels, graham crackers or Christmas cookies.
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- 4 oz package cream cheese, softened
- 3 Tbsp powdered sugar
- 1/4 tsp peppermint extract
- 2-3 drops green food color (I used 2 drops green & 1 drop teal)
- 1/2 container non-dairy whipped topping
- With electric mixer, beat cream cheese until fluffy.
- Add in powdered sugar and mix until combined.
- Add in peppermint extract and food color, beat until combined.
- Fold in non-dairy whipped topping.
- Spoon into a bowl and refrigerate until using.
See this recipe and many more at the Weekend Potluck!
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