Christmas Cookie Dip
Ahhh… Christmas Cookie Dip. I love recipes that you literally cannot screw up. Because with everything going on during the holidays, I don’t have time for “Pinterest Fails”. Like instead of getting a colorful arrangement of the most perfect cookies known to man, you end up with a pile of lumpy goo on a baking sheet. Nah. No time for that. Not this month.
So instead, I like to throw a bunch of stuff into a bowl, mix it, and call it a day. Hell I even bought the cookies I used for dipping. (Although if you’re looking for a homemade sugar cookie recipe to go with this, I’ve got the perfect one.)
And can I just say, thank God for Amazon Prime? How did anyone ever Christmas Shop before it?! How did anyone ever do anything before it?! I don’t think I’d even remember to buy shampoo if I couldn’t just hit a button and have it delivered in 2 days. (Which I just did by the way because I’m using an old travel-sized one until it gets here.) Mom brains and Amazon Prime go together like cookies and Christmas Dip 😉
Welp, I hope your holiday planning is going well, and I hope this Christmas Cookie dip saves your life in a pinch. If you decide to further explore your holiday dessert options, I have to recommend my no-bake Oreo truffles. They’re insanely easy, and they literally melt in your mouth.
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Christmas Cookie Dip
This white and Fluffy Christmas Cookie Dip is topped with sprinkles and served with your favorite cookies, fruit, or pretzels. A sweet and simple snack that’s perfect for the holidays!
- ½ cup Greek vanilla yogurt
- 3 oz. cream cheese, softened
- 3 Tablespoons butter, softened
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- ¼ – ½ powdered sugar
- ¼ cup flour
- 1/3 cup red and green sprinkles
- Shortbread Cookies, for dipping (fruit and pretzels are also great!)
In a large bowl, use an electric mixer to beat the yogurt, cream cheese, and butter until light and fluffy. (About 5 minutes)
Add the vanilla, ¼ cup of the powdered sugar, and flour. Beat until well-combined.
(Best Part): Take a taste. If you want sweeter dip, add 1/8 – ¼ cup more powdered sugar.
Serve with cookies, fruit, and/or pretzels and enjoy!
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