Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Creamy Cheesecake Dip (AKA Liquid Crack) & Cheesecake Ice Cream

 I hope the title of this post doesn’t throw you.  I discovered this concoction completely by accident, trying to find something yummy for my kids to dip fruit in for a snack.  You may have had this before but it was new to me.  My kids gave it the name liquid crack.  They couldn’t get enough of it.  It is so easy, only 3 ingredients!


Creamy Cheesecake Dip

1 tub Cool Whip (frozen)
1 8oz. package cream cheese
1 can sweetened condensed milk

Mix all three together until smooth. Eat as a dip for graham crackers, cookies, fruit, etc.  Keep refrigerated.

 Cheesecake Dip Collage

Cheesecake Ice Cream
Now, to make this even better, put it in the freezer for a few hours. It becomes a rich, creamy soft serve dessert.  Heavenly!  I have made the homemade ice cream using whipping cream and sweetened condensed milk which is really good but this is even richer and creamier with the cream cheese. It is so good it should come with a warning.  Something like “Warning! Don’t eat this unless you don’t care how big your butt is going to get!”


I think this would also make a great ice box pie filling.  Just pour into a graham cracker crust.  When it is solid, top with berries.  It is very similar to the cherry cheese pie I have always made but I think I have gotten the perfect blend of ingredients for just the right balance of tartness and creaminess. 

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  1. ok, this sounds addictive! and too good not to try!

  2. Gosh, this does sound absolutely addicting. I love cream cheese with just about anything!

  3. Totally yummy sounding. And it's fat free, right?! lol

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  4. this looks delicious, and seems simple enough that event I can do it!

  5. How can I pass up anything called liquid crack? This looks so good... I am featuring this tonight! Great job!