Recipe Directions

  • 1. Blend all ingredients together in your high speed blender until very smooth and creamy.
  • 2. Chill in the fridge for a couple of hours after blending because it'll firm up nicely that way.
  • 3. Enjoy!

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

This raw fruit dip is total comfort food for me. It's the same texture as cream cheese icing, which I used to love... Creamy and almost tangy, mmm!

Try this raw food fruit dip as a dessert. Serve this dip in a bowl with sliced fruit, such as apples, grapes, orange sections, pineapple, etc. Perfect dessert for SAD people and raw fooders alike.

This raw fruit dip also doubles as a very nice icing for raw cakes.

This fruit dip tastes best if kept chilled in the fridge.

Serve this raw fruit dip for dessert tonight! Goes so well with bananas, pineapple and strawberries! Mmm.

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Nutrition Facts

Nutritional score: 78 out of 100
  • This recipe is very low in Calories, Carbohydrates, and Sodium.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Protein, and Iron.

Amounts per 52 g (2 oz) suggested serving

NameAmount% Daily
Calories 205 8 %
Protein 5 g 8 %
Fat 16 g 20 %
Carbohydrates 12 g 4 %
Dietary Fiber 0.85 g 3 %
Sugars 6 g
Calcium 10 mg 1 %
Iron 1.7 mg 13 %
Sodium 77 mg 3 %
Source: The Rawtarian, USDA

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My pleasure Loomoy - Glad to have you here :-)

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I love how forgiving this recipe is. I made it for the first time last week and the whole family loved it. Consequently they also helped to eat it all too. I decided to make more. Unfortunately, amid the distractions of three children, I managed to misread the amount of water this time and dumped in 1 1/2 cups... It was quite runny when blended, but luckily didn't lose any flavor. After refrigerating, it's the consistence of pudding (or yogurt). It still tastes great and the quantity is almost doubled.

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Mmmm you may have just invented raw yogurt, Keri! yum :)

That's how recipes are born at my house too lol

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I made this for Christmas to use with fruit.. Outstanding! I will keep this recipe and use again. I've also used it as a breakfast sandwich spread with seitan bacon and spinach. Thanks!

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So glad it was a hit at Christmas, Brandy!

PS: How cute are you??

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Do the cashews need to be soaked first?

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Hi Tyler, no you do not need to soak first in this recipe

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We loved this! Had with apples, grapes, banana, and strawberry. wow, such a treat!

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Yum Chrissi! Sounds fab.

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Another simple and amazing recipe. I want to eat nothing but this dip!

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Hi Christine! Haha I hear you. I love it paired with little banana chunks for dipping. Yum!

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I am so excited to have found this recipe. I am going to try it on a a gluten free/dairy corn sugar (and everything else) free cake (yummy with zucchini and carrots and applesauce but not raw) for a non-raw birthday party. I have been looking for some healthy non-dairy sugar free frosting for a LONG while. So thanks. And as we are moving more towards raw this is very exciting as well. But we live in FLorida and things melt quickly. Any idea of how this holds up to heat. Should I make it and refrig it or freeze it to keep it from running all over? We have a short car ride and then an air conditioned place to put the cake in for 2 hours before cake time happens. Thanks!!

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Awesome Carolyn! Yes, you'll want to keep it in fridge right up until you leave, then refrigerate at the air conditioned place right up until you'll be eating it. Hope this helps!

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Jill's Review

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This is my favorite fruit dip!!! I often take a bowl of freshly cut fruit and this dip as a nice topping to barbecues, picnics, and brunches. It's my "go to" recipe. :)

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Totally perfect to share at potlucks, right? And easy to do too. Everybody loves a good fruit plate (grapes, bluberries, strawberries, sliced bananas, etc.) yum

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This looks so yummy. I am out of coconut oil at the moment, and want to make some NOW! I do have coconut butter... do you think that would work?

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I love this with Philippine mangoes!!! Delicious!

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mmm yes, that would be divine!

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hey!i luv ur recipes.they simply rock.this dip looks amazing.i was wondering whether there is a subsitute for vanilla since i m pretty sensitive to it.

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Hi Hareem, you can omit the vanilla (AKA don't use it) and it will still be okay. :)

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Hi there, could coconut milk be used instead of coconut oil for this raw fruit dip recipe?

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Rachel, I just posted this to The Rawtarian, so watch for her answer if you are interested. Our just try it.

I'm wondering if Rachel could use pure coconut cream instead of coconut oil? I bought some on tropicaltraditions.com. it's delicious and becomes very hard in the refrigerator. You would have more of a coconut taste, though.

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Nope, sorry Rachel! Coconut oil is important because it's what helps this recipe firm up in the fridge. (there is no easy substitute for coconut oil)

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I'm wondering if Rachel could use pure coconut cream instead of coconut oil? I bought some on tropicaltraditions.com. it's delicious and becomes very hard in the refrigerator. You would have more of a coconut taste, though.

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Hi Judy, this is interesting. I've never used coconut cream, but if it hardens in the same way perhaps you could try it. I can't recommend as I've never used. Have you subbed it for oil much?

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