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Pumpkin Pie Dip


  • 1(8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened
  • 2cups powdered sugar
  • 1(15 ounce) can pumpkin pie filling (pumpkin pie filling)
  • 1teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1⁄2-1teaspoon ground ginger
  • apple, slices
  • gingersnaps


  • Beat cream cheese and sugar at medium speed with an electric mixer until smooth.
  • Add pie filling, cinnamon, and ginger, beating well.
  • Cover and chill 8 hours.
  • Serve with gingersnaps and apple slices.


  • Lizzie-Babette

    I’ve just made this and set it to chill, and I can hardly wait until the party tomorrow night to taste it after it blends! Oh my gosh, is this GOOD! I thought I didn’t like pumpkin pie-type stuff, but this is unbelievably good, just swiping the swirls left in the mixing bowl off my finger! I made it with half regular cream cheese, and half light cream cheese, and I added a bit of fresh grated nutmeg, and it is TO DIE FOR! I think next time I might try it with pumpkin pie spice, but I can hardly imagine it could improve on the sweet yet clean taste. I plan to serve it as suggested, with ginger snaps, sliced apples, and a scattering of pistachios, and I can already tell it’s going to be a huge hit. This would be lovely at a Thanksgiving breakfast or open house buffet. Simply one of the best dessert recipes I’ve ever tried. Thanks SO MUCH for posting this!

  • Bogey’sMom

    I made this for a Halloween party at my son’s High School today – doubled the recipe – and there weren’t any leftovers. I tried it before I sent it to school and it truly is delicious.

  • Chris in Cocoa

    The little ones ate this on Ritz crackers when we ran out of apples and the big ones want me to double the cream cheese as a holiday bagel topping.

  • bella214

    I made this to take to work for my co-workers going away party. Wow, this was surprising to me, the hit of the party. The dip was so easy to make and had a great creamy texture. The cinnamon and ginger added a wonderful spiced flavor. I did as you suggested and served with apple slices and gingersnaps. Yum Yum. Thanks Nurse Di.

  • Jenna Naquin

    This recipe caught my eye because I have been looking for some neat appetizers to serve for Thanksgiving. I went ahead and made it to see if I thought my family would like it. I personally love the taste and the look of this dip.It has a smooth and creamy texture and a rich and luscious taste. I can hardly wait to share it with the rest of my family. Thanks for this one.

  • Mysterygirl

    Terrific change of pace. We ate on gingersnaps, graham crackers and shortbread cookies. I am going to also have some as a bagel spread. Great recipe – thanks for posting.

  • jerri822

    OMG, this is so incredible. I too made this to take to work and it was an enormous hit. The dip is sweet, creamy, and nicely spiced. As you suggested, I served with gingersnaps and apple slices. Brilliant, just plain brilliant. I am definitely making this again for Thanksgiving. Thanks Nurse Di.

  • Natalie Z

    We went to my in-laws for Thanksgiving. My mother-in-law really puts on a spread. I wanted to bring something that was a little different and that would wow everyone. This pumpkin dip was perfect. Tasted just like rich, creamy pumpkin pie filling that tasted great on sliced tart apples. We may have a new tradition here. Thanks

  • Ainsley

    Made this to take to our Halloween party at work. Good and delicious. A smooth and creamy dip that had a spicy flavor. I just served it with different varieties of apples. Nothing left to take home. Great party food.

  • sarabeth123

    Just AWESOME!! I made this for my book club’s monthly meeting. A huge hit with everyone and the talk of the evening. I told everyone about this site and where I got the recipe. The dip tasted just like a creamy pumpkin pie. I served it with butter cookies, gingersnaps, and apples. Looked beautiful and tasted–YUMMY. Much obliged.