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Try this!


You'll love it, I promise.

Trina Grimm, a friend at our previous church, found this recipe and shared it with us at the party we had with our previous church folks from Maryland on vacation, and it was a huge hit. Since then I've served it at some things for church and people have gone wild over it. It's so simple but I tell you, it's so good it would make a tadpole slap a whale! :) You can also make a lite version of this simply by using low fat or no sugar ingredients.

Graham Cracker Dip

2 (8 oz) packages of cream cheese
1 small can of crushed pineapple (drain in colander first)
1 small package of vanilla pudding (dry mix - you don't add milk)

Take all that and put in a food processor. Blend it completely. Take graham crackers and break into four pieces each. Serve on tray with the bowl of dip. You can either spread the dip on the crackers or just let people take a spoonful of it and dip it from their plate. DEE-LICIOUS!!!! And it's only four ingredients, can you believe it?

Comments

Melissa said…
"a tadpole slap a whale" Where do you come up with these...you crack me up! Thanks for the chuckle today! :)
Anonymous said…
Anything with less than 5 ingredients is absolutely worth trying!!! Can't wait :)

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