Cream Cheese Fruit Dip

4.98 from 105 votes

This Cream Cheese Fruit Dip is a lightened up version of the classic dip thats made with only 4 ingredients and packs in some protein from the greek yogurt!

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If you’re looking for a quick party platter to serve this weekend or for any occasion any time of year, this cream cheese fruit dip is your answer! It’s made with only 4 ingredients and served with any seasonal fruits of your choice. It’s the type of recipe that makes entertaining in a pinch feel easy and effortless!

Cream cheese fruit dip surrounded by raspberries, clementines, pineapples, green apples, blueberries and blackberries

Quick & healthy fruit dip

There are a lot of fruit dip recipes made with marshmallow fluff or powdered sugar which taste amazing. But if you’re looking for a lightened up version with less sugar, this is a great one to try! Traditionally, fruit dip is made with cream cheese, powdered sugar and vanilla. In my lightened up version, I swap the powdered sugar for honey and add Greek yogurt to add a great source of protein. I call it my no-fuss fail-free fruit dip!

How to make cream cheese fruit dip

To start, make sure the cream cheese is at room temperature. Add the cream cheese to a bowl with the Greek yogurt, honey and vanilla extract, and use an electric mixer to start whipping until the mixture gets fluffy.

Large bowl with cream cheese, greek yogurt, honey and vanilla extract

After a few minutes of whipping with a hand mixture, the mixture will become soft, fluffy and completely homogenized. Then you can transfer it to a serving bowl or a platter and surround it with the fruits of your choice.

Final mixture after it's well blended

Tips for making cream cheese fruit dip

  1. Allow the cream cheese to come to room temperature. Just set it on the kitchen counter for 30 minutes to an hour and that should do the trick. This is an important step to ensure that there are no lumps in the fruit dip. If you’re running short on time, you can place the cream cheese in its foil in a hot water bath for 5-10 minutes.
  2. Use an electric mixer to combine the ingredients. It’s tempting to try to mix this by hand, but it will be really difficult to remove all the clumps. It’s best to use a hand mixer or stand mixer for a smooth and creamy texture, which will be perfect for dipping!
  3. Prevent fruit from browning by spritzing lemon juice over the fruit when it’s on the platter. You can also toss all the fruit in lemon juice before adding to the platter. The light lemon flavor is refreshing and helps the platter stay looking fresh longer!
  4. Make fruit dip variations with add-ins. Consider this cream cheese fruit dip a base recipe. Feel free to add cocoa powder to it it for a chocolate flavor, stir in some peppermint extract to serve during the holidays, or add lemon zest  for a bright spring flavor.
Cream cheese fruit dip surrounded by colorful fruits

I love how quick and easy this cream cheese fruit dip recipe is and how beautifully it comes together. The result is a decadent dip that comes out super creamy and perfectly sweet! It’s versatile to use any season, any time of year and with any fruits. And I’ve found that it makes for a fun way to jazz up fruit, whether you’re serving adults or kids.

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Cream Cheese Fruit Dip

This Cream Cheese Fruit Dip is a lightened up version of the classic dip thats made with only 4 ingredients and packs in some protein from the greek yogurt!
5 from 105 votes
Servings 8 servings
Course Dessert
Calories 149
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes


  • 1 package cream cheese 8 ounces
  • 1 tub Greek Yogurt 8 ounces
  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • Assorted fruits for serving


  • In the bowl of an electric mixer, place cream cheese and beat on low speed until softened.
  • Slowly add yogurt, honey and vanilla extract, and continue to beat until well combined and smooth
  • Taste for sweetness and adjust accordingly.
  • Cover the dip and chill in the fridge for an hour before serving.
  • Serve with your favorite fruits.


Storage: Store any leftovers in an airtight container. The dip will last about 7 days in the fridge.
Substitutes: For best results, follow the recipe as is. However here are some common substitutes that would work well in this recipe.
  • Instead of greek yogurt, you can use regular yogurt or coconut yogurt, although the mixture will have a slightly more runny consistency.
  • Instead of honey, you can use powdered sugar, maple syrup or packed light brown sugar.
  • Feel free to substitute other extracts instead of vanilla, for example, almond extract or peppermint extract for a different flavor
* Please note the nutrition label does not include any fruits.


Calories: 149kcal, Carbohydrates: 11g, Protein: 5g, Fat: 10g, Saturated Fat: 5g, Cholesterol: 33mg, Sodium: 102mg, Potassium: 89mg, Sugar: 11g, Vitamin A: 379IU, Calcium: 62mg, Iron: 1mg

Nutrition information provided is an estimate. It will vary based on cooking method and specific ingredients used.

Cuisine American
Course: Dessert

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  1. I made your dip for a combined birthday and baby shower party. I used a vanilla bean Greek yogurt and it turned out perfect. Twenty-five adults and 10 kids raved about this dip. Yes, even the kids loved it! The pregnant Momma (who requested fruit dip for the party) said it was the “BOMB”. Thanks so much!

  2. Great base recipe for a dip that doesn’t use marshmallow fluff like all the others online. I used light vanilla Greek yogurt, Neufchatel cheese, less honey and less vanilla, then added a splash of lemon juice. So good.

  3. I found the plain Greek yoghurt taste took over a bit and I needed to add more honey and vanilla. Even in doing that, it tasted like it is still missing something. If I try it again, I’m going to use flavoured Greek yoghurt.

  4. Amazing dip! I used vegan cream cheese and plain coconut yogurt along with local honey and pure vanilla extract. I did use a little extra honey and vanilla. It was great to share this gluten free and dairy free recipe with friends. Everyone commented on how good it tasted compared to the store bought pre made type . Thanks again, can’t wait to make it again.

  5. Delicious recipe! I used Greek yogurt, which made it super thick. I thinned it out with non fat milk until I got the consistency I liked. Also substituted the honey for a cup of Swerve confectioners sugar. Will definitely make again and again!

  6. I’m not sure what I did, but my dip is not smooth and has little lumps in it. Almost like little drops of cottage cheese. Can you help me?

    1. I experienced the same thing. My cream cheese was at room temperature too. I’m going to try to hand whip it more at room temperature before I use the electric mixer. It tastes really good. It’s just lumpy.

      1. You could try cutting it into cubes, then mixing it. Usually, when lumps are present, it hasn’t fully come to room temp. Might be a little too cold in the middle still, even though the outside feels soft.