This Pumpkin Spice Dip Is The New Go-To For Your PSL Fix
Pumpkin spice is the flavor of the season, and at this point, I'm pretty sure Mother Nature would boycott fall if pumpkin spice lattes went away. But with the rising PSL popularity, there has been a major increase in pumpkin spice paraphernalia, so I have a feeling that pumpkin spice is here to stay.
I'm not sure who decided that pumpkin spice flavored foods/drinks/candles/everything should happen, but I could kiss whoever that little genius is. They have clearly mastered this whole fall thing.
The other thing that screams "FALL!" is football, and when I think of football, I think of football foods. You know, all those fun finger foods that you can munch on for an entire Sunday afternoon. Usually, my football foods include multiple dips. From chicken wing dip, to veggie dip - you name it, I've made it.
But my latest dip obsession comes in the form of all things fall. I'm talking about pumpkin spice dip. It's perfect for dipping fruit, cookies, graham crackers, or just shoveling copious amounts into your mouth by the spoonful. It's everything you love about a pumpkin spice latte in dip form, which pretty much makes it better than an actual PSL.
Sorry, pumpkin spice latte, but your pumpkin spice reign is over, because this pumpkin spice dip is the only thing you need this fall.
So, how can you make this creamy bowl of PSL dip deliciousness? It's incredibly easy, and only uses 4 ingredients! Here's what you'll need:
- 1 (16 ounce) container frozen whipped topping, thawed
- 1 (5 ounce) package instant vanilla pudding mix
- 1 (15 ounce) can solid pack pumpkin
- 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
Once you've gotten your groceries, you are only 5 minutes away from pumpkin spice perfection. Just grab a large bowl, mix together instant vanilla pudding mix, pumpkin and pumpkin pie spice, then fold in the thawed frozen whipped topping. Voila! Pumpkin spice dip that will make your taste buds the happiest little buds in the world.
You can check out more details and the full recipe at allrecipes.com.