You’ll never guess the secret ingredient in this tropical yogurt dip. It’s so yummy served on fruit as an after-school snack.
Growing up, our house was the one where kids gravitated after school, on weekends and on long summer days. My mom always had a snack and a pitcher of KOOL-Aid ready for us when we took a break from playing.
As a mom, I’ve always wanted ours to be the “KOOL-Aid house,” with a backyard full of laughing, playing kids.
And that’s what it has become (along with a lot of other houses in the neighborhood).
One of the little girls has even nicknamed ours the “random food house.” With my blog, I’m always working on recipes and treats. So, the kids love knocking on my kitchen door to see what “random food” I’m serving today.
Today, it’s this delicious tropical yogurt fruit dip served with fruit kabobs, which makes a great after-school treat.
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And guess what the secret ingredient is? KOOL-Aid Easy Mix, which gives the dip its pink color and tropical fruit flavor!
We got to sample KOOL-Aid Easy Mix at an in-store demo at Walmart. It’s really convenient and easy to make in a pitcher or a glass — just add water.
Nothing beats a cold glass of KOOL-Aid on a hot day. It tastes like childhood.
This fruit yogurt dip is almost as easy to make, too, and kids will love its fun, fruity flavor.
You can change up the flavor and color by using different flavors of KOOL-Aid Easy Mix.
What after-school snack would you pair with KOOL-Aid Easy Mix?
Tropical Yogurt Fruit Dip Recipe
- 8 ounces cream cheese softened
- 1 cup vanilla yogurt
- 1-2 Tablespoons KOOL-Aid Easy Mix Tropical Punch
- 1-2 Tablespoons powdered sugar or more to taste
- n a mixer, whip cream cheese until smooth and airy.
- Add yogurt, beating until combined.
- Mix in 1 to 2 Tablespoons of KOOL-Aid Easy Mix and powdered sugar, to taste.
- Chill for at least 1 hour and serve with any fruit of your choice.
Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe on Weekend Bites! Find it on last week’s features on Practical Parenting Ideas!
This all sounds like a snack my kiddos would love! Thanks for sharing!
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This looks amazing! I am sooooooo making this as soon as I possibly can. Yum! Keep up the awesome posts. i always look forward to what you have to post! Thanks so much!
I am always looking for a good fruit dip and this looks great! I do love kool aid! 🙂
Kim @ The Cookie Puzzle
I wish I lived next to the “random food house” because this dip looks amazing! I am a big fruit eater and always on the lookout for a new fruit dip. We would love for you to share with us at Party in Your PJs, our weekly link party.
Atta Girl Amy
Sounds like my kind of party, as it’s almost noon and I’m still in my PJs. (I’d planned to get dressed earlier, but the Internet beckoned!) Oh, and today the random food house is serving adults-only fare — Derby Pie and mint juleps!
I so want to be the house that all the kids come to as well! Love this recipe – and I just spied the Kool-Aid Easy Mix at my Walmart this morning! #client
Our house growing up was the neighborhood KOOL-Aid house, too. We went through countless pitchers of KOOL-Aid on hot summer afternoons!
Hi Amy- I just saw these new Koolaids at Kroger. Hey if you get a chance would love for you to link this recipe up to Friday Favorites- party goes live on Thursday night! xo, laura