Key Lime Pie Cheesecake Dip - A sweet and tangy dip that tastes just like key lime cheesecake! This dip is no bake and super simple to whip up. The perfect cool and creamy summer dessert!
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I'm officially craving anything that tastes like summer right now!
It's been incredibly warm here and since it's too early in the year to go swimming and cool off.....I'll just cool off with this creamy key lime pie dip.
But, really, my kids have been begging me to get one of those plastic pools from the store and fill it up for them.
Sadly, the answer has been no.
I did have to laugh at the thought of two almost teenage (cringe) kiddos in a tiny plastic pool!
Pretty sure they weren't thrilled with my dip instead of pool offering.
I personally think it's a perfectly fair compromise.
This dip is so delicious....just give me a spoon and let me dive in, please.
It's not overly sweet which I like. Key lime things are supposed to have a prominent tang in my book.
Best part about this dip? 10 minutes or less to put together. Boom. Snack time.
It makes a decent amount too, and no matter how badly you want to eat the entire bowl of silky goodness, you should probably share. Because, it's gonna be your favorite dip to take to all of your summer cookouts and parties this year.
- 16 Ounces Cream Cheese, Softened
- ½ Cup Granulated Sugar
- ¼ Cup Milk
- ½ Teaspoon Vanilla Extract
- Juice and Zest of two limes
- Green Food Coloring, Optional
- Graham Crackers, For Serving
- In a large bowl blend together the cream cheese, sugar, milk, and vanilla using a hand mixer, until well combined.
- Mix in the juice and zest from both limes, and green food coloring if using. Serve immediately with graham crackers, or chill until ready to use.
This was delicious. So nice and light for summer!!
I cut the recipe in half, didn't need a lot. I also didn't bother with the milk, my limes were nice and juicy.
Runnier than I expected. Next time I will skip the milk or add it in slowly until desired consistency is met. Other than that very easy and tasty.
Alisha Ruiss says
Would these work frozen into popsicles? I have some coconut water I want to use and I thought the mixture would make a lovely "ice cream" treat
Hi! Sorry, I haven't tried it so I can't say for sure. It sounds like a tasty idea though! If you try it, let us know how it goes 🙂
So yummy and so easy. Will definitely make again
Linda Strickland says
So delicious.. made for a work event last summer...was huge hit. Have a company bbq this friday and staff scratched off the salad i planed3to make and write kiwi dip there instead. Lol guess im naking it again. I presented mine in a clear dish and put kiwi slices around the paremeter of the bowl. Looked beautiful.
Christy Tobin says
I split the recipe in half, as it was for a smaller group function. Served with strawberries, vanilla wafers, and graham crackers. Was a huge hit!
I made this for Thanksgiving tomorrow and I couldn't stop myself from eating some. It's so delicious and I'm so excited for my family to try it!
Thanks Jenna! I can't ever stay out of it either 😉
gonna take this to dr in a chemo ward, im sure would they injoy it. tell me how cold dos it have to stay. thanks
Erin | Dinners,Dishes and Dessert says
This looks incredibly delicious! I love this! looks so good!
Love this idea! I could eat the whole thing!
Michelle De La Cerda says
I can almost taste this. It sounds so good, cool and refreshing.
My husband LOVES key lime pie. He's going to lose his mind when I make this for him!
You could maybe do powdered stevia and almond milk and organic cream cheese?