Pumpkin Dip with Old-Fashioned Ginger Snaps

Pumpkin Dip with Old-Fashioned Ginger Snaps

My husband got this recipe from a lady at work, Jennifer Parks McClintock. He said everyone loved it so he asked for the recipe. Thanks Jennifer for sharing, this is simple and such a great treat for October!

Halloween idea: This would be a nice dip to put inside of a small carved out pumpkin, lined with plastic wrap for a party, or cute served inside a witch’s cauldron with cookies lined up around the outside. Hope you like it. And Happy Halloween!

Ingredients:

1- 15 ounce can of pumpkin (not pie filling, 100% real pumpkin)

1- small package of vanilla pudding

2 tsp.- cinnamon

1/2 tsp.- nutmeg

1/2 tsp.- ginger

2 dashes- ground clove

8 ounce- Fat-Free Kool Whip

1- Bag of Old-Fashioned Ginger Snaps

Directions:

Mix pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and clove together well by hand

Gently fold  in one thawed container of Fat-Free Kool-Whip, then use the hand mixer to whip it together well

Serve in individual containers with a side of ginger snaps and enjoy!

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2 thoughts on “Pumpkin Dip with Old-Fashioned Ginger Snaps

  1. Do you add the pudding mix along with the spices, or do you actually make the pudding and fold it in like the cool whip? Alternatively, could you make the pudding and use it instead of the cool whip?

    • Hi Caroline, Thanks for stopping by. Yes, you mix everything together as listed in the recipe. I guess you could make the pudding and us it instead of the cool whip, but this is the way I make it and it’s tasty and fluffy. Hope you like it whatever way you decide to make it. Enjoy!
      Robin

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