Key Lime Pie Fruit Dip is both sweet and tart and perfectly refreshing. Great for spring and summer entertaining! Five minutes and five ingredients are all you need to make this delicious and easy fruit dip! Love key lime? You’re going to go crazy for this amazing Key Lime Pie!
If you live in California, you’re well aware that we tend to skip seasons here. Spring is super short-lived and summer comes in blazing hot and ready to rumble by mid April. Sometimes we get lucky and it doesn’t arrive in full force until mid-May. This is a rarity, especially here in Sacramento.
We hit the 90s this past week and it kinda made me want to cry. Fortunately, we had just got back from a Disney Cruise and the Bahamas somewhat prepared me for the jump in temp.
I also consoled myself by making this outrageously easy fruit dip that is enjoyed with some of the amazing fruits that summer has to offer. It’s both sweet and tart and is guaranteed to be the first thing to go at parties.
As you are well aware, I have a deep, deep love for all things key lime: Key Lime Pie (the BEST you’ve ever had!), Key Lime Pie Bars, Key Lime Snowball Cookies, and these Key Lime Gooey Bars are some of my favorites.
When I decided to make a fruit dip that had they great key lime flavor – I knew it was going to be an instant hit with friends and family. We are obsessed with dips and serve multiple options at every party and get together. I think dips are just so fun!
What’s In Key Lime Pie Fruit Dip
Just five ingredients my friends! This dips is soooo easy!
- marshmallow fluff or creme
- sweetened condensed milk
- key lime juice – feel free to use bottled
- heavy whipping cream
- lime zest to garnish
What To Serve With Fruit Dip
Lots and lots of fruit and to give it that special key lime pie flavor – make sure to serve graham crackers alongside this easy fruit dip. It makes that key lime pie flavor really shine through.
Here are some of my favorites:
- graham crackers
- Nilla wafers
- animal crackers
But really, a spoon works just fine. As does any fruit that your heart desires. Pears, plums, grapes, apricots, peaches, etc.
This easy fruit dip is really perfect for spring and summer entertaining but of course, can be enjoyed year round. I just love the bright and refreshing flavors of key lime.
How Long Does Fruit Dip Last In The Fridge?
You’ll notice in my video that I say it can be served right away but it’s even better the next day. This is definitely true. Making the dip a day in advance lets the flavors really meld together and the key lime flavor to take the center stage.
If you don’t have time to let it chill, it can absolutely be served right away.
The dip lasts a good three days in the fridge. But trust me, you won’t be able to resist that long.
More of our favorite dips:
- Spinach Artichoke Dip with Roasted Garlic
- Baked Bacon Cheese Dip
- Caramelized Onion Dip
- Baked Apple Pie Dip
- Easy Caramel Apple Dip
How To Make Key Lime Pie Dip
Key Lime Pie Fruit Dip
- ½ cup marshmallow fluff or marshmallow creme
- ⅓ cup sweetened condensed milk
- ¼ cup key lime juice can use bottles
- 1 tbsp lime zest plus extra for garnish
- 1 cup heavy whipping cream
- Whisk together marshmallow fluff, sweetened condensed milk, lime juice and zest in a medium bowl until combined.
- In a large mixing bowl, beat heavy cream until stiff peaks form.
- Fold whipped cream into marshmallow mixture. Cover and chill for at least an hour and up to 24 hours.
- Top with additional lime zest prior to serving.
- Serve with strawberries, pineapple, graham, crackers, nilla wafers, animal crackers.
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Spinnin Jenny says
My nephew’s wife brought this dip to our New Year’s Day lunch. It was an instant hit with 4 generations of our family! As dippers, she brought strawberries, pineapple chunks, grapes and graham crackers. We’re going to love having this for the summer months here in Georgia.
Can this dip be made with orange or lemon juice and zest? It would be a nice alternative.
Trish - Mom On Timeout says
Love it! And yes, I think it would work with any flavor you want – orange would be fantastic!
Cindy Martin says
Can you substitute the Heavy Cream with anything else?
Trish - Mom On Timeout says
Not really. It’s the heavy cream that is turned into whipped cream, that makes the dip nice and fluffy.