2 ingredient cheesecake dip with fruit

2 ingredient cheesecake dip with fruit


Serves 4


  • 125g spreadable light cream cheese
  • 1/3 cup (90g) light vanilla yoghurt
  • 4 cups seasonal fruit, cut into bite-size pieces

You will also need: 

  • Toothpicks or wooden skewers


Place cream cheese and yoghurt in a medium size bowl, and mix together until well combined.

Divide the mixture among 4 small bowls or ramekins.

Thread fruit pieces onto skewers to make fruit kebabs, or place toothpicks in individual pieces of fruit. Serve with the cheesecake dip, then sit back and watch the kids dip and chomp!

Serving Suggestions


  • We've used light cream cheese and light yoghurt to keep the calories down. But don't be tempted to use the extra light cream cheese, as this makes the dip a little grainy.
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  • This recipe was created by Jay Rogers for Kidspot, New Zealand's best recipe finder. You can follow Jay at The Moodie Foodie.

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