Sunday, September 7, 2008

Chocolate Chip Dip


I got this recipe from my sister's friend, Kirsten Moxey. It is very yummy and a sure crowd pleaser for any party or get-together.

8 oz. cream cheese, softened (if you use light or fat-free, it turns out very runny)
1 stick real butter, softened
3/4 C powdered sugar
1/4 tsp. vanilla
2 T brown sugar
3/4 C milk chocolate chips
3/4 C chopped pecans (optional)
Graham Cracker Sticks, Cinnamon Wheat Thins

Beat cream cheese, butter and vanilla until fluffy. Add sugars and beat. Stir in chocolate chips. Cover and refrigerate 2 hours.

Place mixture on large piece of plastic wrap and shape into a ball. Refrigerate 1 hour. Before serving, roll ball in chopped pecans. Serve with Graham sticks or Cinnamon Wheat Thins!

***The options for this recipe are endless! You could use mini-chocolate chips in place of regular, you could chop up a candy bar like Heath or Scor. For Christmas, you could chop up a candy cane or peppermint patties. Be creative and use holiday-appropriate M&M's colors!***

7 comments:

Grossman Family said...

Oh my this looks fab!

Dolly said...

I love this dip! For those milk drinkers, this dip with graham cracker sticks and a tall glass of cold milk is THE BEST!!!

Jennifer said...

Did anyone see me finishing this off on Saturday? Yep, that was me scraping the plate with the last 2 graham crackers. I would have picked up the plate and licked it if I thought I could have gotten away with it.

KLee said...

This dip is so yummy!
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jday said...

This sounds like a party in my tummy!! (Has anyone ever seen Yo Gabba Gabba?? BYW, I do not like the show- just can't ever get that song out of my head!) I'm always in need of things like this for PTA get togethers!

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Dawn said...

Thanks for posting the recipe-- I enjoyed it at Eliz. shower and will definitely be making it soon!

The Girl Creative said...

oh my goodness, this looks delicious!!! Great blog!! Thanks so much for following. I'm having a Creating Christmas Blog Fest starting tomorrow. You should definitely link up with a favorite Christmas recipe. :)