Pumpkin Pie Dip for Fall

For me, Fall means family.  It brings cherished moments with family & friends through football, school functions, and holidays.   Not only that, it makes for beautiful photos of falling leaves and delicious recipes!  Today, I’m bringing you Pumpkin Pie Dip.  This Fall dip is simple to make and is something we’ve enjoyed for several years.   Maybe it will even become a new family tradition recipe with you & yours.

Fall Pumpkin Pie Dip

Pumpkin pie is like THE food that brings Fall into Thanksgiving.  It’s a must-have pie for the holidays.  Unfortunately, not everyone has time to make them.  And frankly, unless you’re making the pies, they’re pretty expensive to buy a nice sized one.  But never fear y’all!  You can have that delicious pumpkin pie taste without heating up the kitchen.  The Fall Pumpkin Dip takes about 2 minutes to whip up AND serve.  Yep, it’s that simple and tastes just as good as a pumpkin pie y’all.

pumpkie pie dip

Hope you guys enjoy!  I’d also love to hear some of your favorite Fall recipes. Maybe I’ll make them and even feature them here!  Also, if you love this, be sure to subscribe, just below this post, to receive future recipes.  Are you guys on Pinterest?  I am!  Give me a follow y’all.

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Fall Pumpkin Pie Dip

Fall Pumpkin Pie Dip

By A Cowboy's Wife Published: September 16, 2013

    For me, Fall means family.  It brings cherished moments with family & friends through football, school functions, and …

    Ingredients

    • 1 15oz can of Pumpkin
    • 1 tub Cool whip
    • 1 4.6oz box of Vanilla Pudding it's the larger box

    Instructions

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        Here are a couple of other pumpkin recipes to check out too!

        Healthy Pumpkin Bread for Gift Giving                               Pumpkin Cake with Cream Cheese Icing 

        healthy pumpkin bread mini loaves       Pumpkin Pie Cake

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