Citrus Fruit Dip for Front Range Foodies

Citrus Fruit Dip for Front Range Foodies

Every month I meet up with other Colorado food lovers who are members of The Front Range Food Bloggers. The hostesses with the mostesses, Barb at Vino Luci Style (the same generous gal who is offering the Diptock giveaway) and Andrea at Fork Fingers Chopsticks, lead the conversation for the meeting whether it be photography, SEO, writing, or, of course, food.

As you can imagine, there’s usually a very fine spread. From noodle dishes to cookies to dips (of course), no one leaves the meeting hungry. For my first get-together with the group I took advantage of my aunt’s delicious, homemade orange marmalade to make a creamy citrus fruit dip.

Creamy Citrus Fruit Dip Recipe

*1, 8 oz. pkg. light cream cheese, softened

*6 oz. orange yogurt

*1/2 c. orange marmalade

*1/8 tsp. pumpkin pie spice

*2 tbsp. coarsely chopped pecans

Instructions: Combine all ingredients (except pecans) in a mixing blow. Mix well and chill for up to an hour. Sprinkle with pecans before serving.

citrus fruit dip

I also made a creamy peanut butter dip that day, but I’ll save the recipe for another time…

creamy banana peanut butter dip

8 Responses to “Citrus Fruit Dip for Front Range Foodies”

  1. Joanne says:

    I would totally be going at this with a spoon. Good thing we have some orange marmalade in our fridge!

  2. Lea Ann says:

    I left the meetup so full I hardly needed Dinner. This dip sounds wonderful and I’m bookmarking the recipe. Did you have this there last Sat.? or at the first meeting I couldn’t attend? If it was there on Sat. I really missed out on trying it darnit.

  3. I’m more of a salty dip person, but I like this this fruit dip includes bitter orange marmalade and pecans. I love anything with peanut butter though; can’t wait to see that recipe!

  4. saral says:

    @ Le Ann – I think it was the 2nd meeting, but my 1st meeting…so, I made it two months ago. I think?

    @Jen – I usually prefer salty over sweet too, but in the morning I really dig sweet dip.

  5. Yes it was at your first time attending; the initial rite of passage that saw us chat for hmm, 4 hours? Thanks for including it here; I loved it. I need to do a roundup of this past meeting and can include this too!

  6. I live in Colorado, I am interested in this Front Range Food Bloggers group. I am going to look into it, thanks!

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