Coconut Cream Fruit Dip

Looking for a sweet and tropical dip for all the fruit you will be eating this summer?  This Coconut Cream Fruit Dip is great for dipping or for stirring fruit into.  Bring it to any picnic or party and be prepared to hand out the recipe.  It’s that good.

Coconut Cream Fruit Dip - coconut cream and marshmallow cream make this dip irresistible to dip your fruit in

I am slowly converting my non coconut loving children into coconut lovers.

They used to resist anything and everything that had coconut in it.  But since I happen to puffy heart love the white stuff, I just keep adding it to my baking and treats.  And over time those picky coconut hating children of ours have started to “not mind” it.

Give me a few more months of adding coconut to everything, and I will be waiting for them to profess their love for all things coconut too.

Coconut Cream Fruit Dip - coconut cream and marshmallow cream make this dip irresistible to dip your fruit in

A few weeks ago we had a ladies meeting at our church.  Of course I had to bring some sort of dessert, right?  These Coconut Oreo Shortcakes were on my counter waiting to go over, but I wanted something else.  Some thing cool and creamy and delicious.

I opened the cupboards and stared into them.  I heard angels start singing as I pulled the can of Cream of Coconut out of the back.  This was it!  My tropical loving tastebuds wanted a creamy, coconut dip to put fruit into.  Or to eat by the spoonfuls.  Whatever floats your boat!

Coconut Cream

Let’s talk about the Cream of Coconut for a sec, ok?

Head right to the alcohol aisle in your grocery store.  This is NOT an alcoholic product, but they sell it in this aisle for drinks and such.  One big tip for using this product:  place the unopened can in a bowl of hot water to soften the cream.  It is much easier to use when it is soft.

Beat the cream cheese first.  Then slowly add the cream of coconut and marshmallow cream to the mixture.  If you add everything at once and try to beat it, you will have cream cheese chunks.  It won’t affect the taste, but it won’t look as pretty and creamy.  Trust  me on this one!  A little bit of rum extract adds that extra hit of tropical island wonder to this dip.  If you can’t find it or don’t like it, feel free to use vanilla.  But seriously, try the rum extract first because it truly is amazing!

Fold in some Cool Whip to give it that fluffy texture.  I like to use a flat rubber spatula to lift the mixture up and over.  You can refrigerate the dip to chill it or just grab some fruit (or a spoon) and go to town on it.

Coconut Cream Fruit Dip - coconut cream and marshmallow cream make this dip irresistible to dip your fruit in

The ladies in my church loved this dip and have been patiently waiting for me to post the recipes.  Can I just say how much I love the support and love I get for my crazy baking from everyone in my life?  I absolutely adore sharing these recipes with the friends in my life and my awesome readers here.  Without your support I wouldn’t be able to “work” the job of a life time.  Thank you from the bottom of my heart!!!

Now run (do not walk, do not pass go) to the nearest grocery store because this dip needs to happen in your life ASAP!!!

Coconut Cream Fruit Dip - coconut cream and marshmallow cream make this dip irresistible to dip your fruit in

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Coconut Cream Fruit Dip

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Yield: 4 cups dip

Coconut Cream Fruit Dip

Coconut cream and marshmallow cream create a delicious and creamy dip. Perfect for dunking any fruit into.

Ingredients

1 - 8 ounce package cream cheese, softened
1 can cream of coconut
1/2 cup marshmallow cream
1 teaspoon rum extract
2 cups Cool Whip

Instructions

  1. Beat the cream cheese until creamy. Place the can of cream of coconut in a bowl of hot water to soften. Open the can and spoon into the cream cheese. Beat again. Add the marshmallow cream and extract and beat again.
  2. Fold the Cool Whip into the creamed mixture gently. Refrigerate until chilled. Serve with fruit.

Notes

*The cream of coconut can be found in any grocery store in the alcohol aisle. Cream of Coconut is non alcoholic though!

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 More delicious ways to enjoy coconut:

Coconut Fudge Pie

Coconut Fudge Pie

Oreo Coconut Cream Truffles

Oreo Coconut Cream Truffles

Coconut Cream Cake

Coconut Cream Cake

More coconut goodness from blog friends: 

Toasted Coconut Donuts from Lemons for Lulu
Coconut Key Lime Bread from Blahnik Baker
Chocolate Coconut Dessert from Roxana’s Home Baking
Coconut Pudding Cake from Shugary Sweets

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Comments

  1. says

    This sounds heavenly. I want to run to the kitchen to make a batch, but alas, no fruit in at the moment. In dire need to do a food shop. In fact, screw that, I’ll use a spoon instead! :lol:

    Never heard of cream of coconut though. Only thing I can think of is coconut milk, or coconut oil. Marshmallow cream is the same as marshmallow fluff too, right?
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    • says

      The spoon works very well for this dip…in fact I may have finished off the rest of ours like that :-) Cream of coconut is not the same as coconut milk or oil. It is found in the alcohol aisle of most stores…but it is a non alcoholic product. And yes, marshmallow fluff is the same as marshmallow cream!

  2. says

    You’re so cute with your Monopoly reference! ;) The ladies at your church — and all of us readers — think the world of you for creating such fun and delicious recipes to post on your blog. You’ve really brightened all of our lives with your sweet treats and heartwarming stories, so it’s the least we can do to support you so blogging can be your full-time job!
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  3. Tammy says

    This dip sounds amazing! Will have to make for our next family gathering.
    I was born and raised eating coconuts but have never made a recipe using cream of coconut, can’t wait!

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