Easy Lemon Cream Pie Dip Recipe

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This no-fuss Lemon Cream Pie Dip Recipe is a quick and easy treat that screams summer.

Easy Lemon Cream Pie Dip Recipe

I’m happy to be working with the National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association (NFRA) to create a few easy, tasty snacks that are beyond cool. While you may think of the dairy aisle as the place for a quick stop to grab eggs and milk and be on your way, it’s much cooler than that! Take a closer look and you’ll see the dairy aisle is home to a whole slew of fun foods for creating an array of delicious dishes from healthy options to indulgent treats. And it’s all there to discover in one cool place.

Today I’m sharing a happy little sweet treat, easy Lemon Cream Pie Dip Recipe. As the weather gets warmer and fruit gets riper, the best kinds of snacks are those that are refreshing and perky. This Lemon Cream Dip is a terrific sweet snack for those warmer weather days. Made with three simple ingredients, it’s great as a poolside refreshment that won’t leave you feeling icky or like you’re going to pop out of your bathing suit. This snack also works great as a yummy bite at a summertime baby shower, or easily pack in a cooler and take along for a picnic or beach outing.

Lemon Cream Pie Dip is not only a delightful snack, but this quick and easy dip works perfectly as a yummy bite at a summertime baby shower, or other special occasion. It can also easily be made ahead, which makes it great for packing in a cooler to take along for a picnic or beach outing. And with such simple ingredients that can be kept stocked in your refrigerator, you’ll be ready to share this delicious dip at any given time.

1+2+3—three ingredients is all you’ll need for Lemon Cream Pie Dip recipe. Mix them together and in no time you’re ready to go with this sweet treat. It’s as easy as pie! Customize this dip by using other greek yogurt flavors. Add chocolate chips or toasted nuts too!

For a fun way to serve, make your own Lemon Cups (it is easy too!), fill with the Lemon Cream Pie Dip and serve with graham crackers. It’s the cutest snack ever. Such an impressive sweet treat for so little effort.

How to Make Lemon Cups

I hope you enjoy this easy sweet treat as much as we did. You can find more easy recipes like this one made with goodness from the refrigerated dairy aisle at EasyHomeMeals.com. Check them out!

Easy Lemon Cream Pie Dip Recipe
 
An effortless appetizer or snack treat that tastes just like lemon pie.
Author:
Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: Makes about 2 cups of dip.
Ingredients
  • 8 ounces of cream cheese
  • 10.6 ounces of lemon greek yogurt
  • 2 teaspoons lemon zest
  • graham crackers
Instructions
  1. Using an electric mixer beat the cream cheese on high until soft and fluffy (about 1-2 minutes).
  2. Add greek yogurt and lemon zest, mix until combined well.
  3. Refrigerate covered until ready to serve.
Notes
The beauty of this recipe is that it can be made days ahead and refrigerated until ready to enjoy.

Easy Lemon Cream Pie Dip Recipe

This is a sponsored post. I’m happy to be working with the National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association (NFRA) to create snack recipes that are beyond cool. Find more easy recipes made with goodness from the refrigerated dairy aisle at EasyHomeMeals.com. As always, all opinions are my own.

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Comments

  1. 3

    Christie - Food Done Light says

    I adore your presentation. This would be a fantastic idea for a wedding or baby shower.

  2. 8

    says

    Beautiful lemon recipe! Great images!
    I want to know if you did your own hand lettering?
    Thank you for all that you do!
    Pinned,
    K-

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