Peanut Butter Cup Cheesecake Dip
Seven ingredients and five minutes are all you need for this rich and decadent peanut butter cup cheesecake dip! Perfect to share at parties and tailgates, this make-ahead dip is full of chopped peanut butter cups and delicious with pretzels and graham crackers.
Day Two of our Super Bowl Party week, and we’re going sweet. Really sweet. Like, over-the-top decadently so, with a rich and creamy (yet oh-so-easy) peanut butter cup cheesecake dip!
Do you love peanut butter? Do you love cheesecake? How about peanut butter cups? Then you are going to love this dip!
I know appetizers and finger-foods are key for football parties, but people love desserts, too! I’ve made this chocolate chip cookie dough dip for many football parties in the past, and people rave about it.
Dessert dips are totally the way to go when it comes to hosting a big crowd. Easy to make, make ahead of time, and you can snack one handed while crowding around the TV.
The Easiest Dessert Dip
Seven ingredients. Five minutes. That’s all you need to make this peanut butter cup cheesecake dip. Perfect for your Super Bowl party.
To make this dip, you need:
- cream cheese
- brown sugar
- peanut butter
- vanilla extract
- heavy cream
- peanut butter cups
That’s it. I’d also recommend things to dip into it, but you know, fingers, spoons, etc., are all just as delicious. The vehicle you use to get the dip into your mouth really doesn’t matter all that much.
Make Ahead Cheesecake Dip
Not only does this only require seven ingredients, you can make the whole thing ahead of time! Days ahead of time. Make it on Wednesday after work and enjoy it on Sunday for your Super Bowl party.
Nothing makes entertaining easier than checking things off your list way in advance.
You can serve the dip right out of the fridge, but it’s pretty hard and stiff. As the cream cheese and butter chill in the fridge, the dip gets more solid. It’s hard to scoop some up with a graham cracker or pretzel without it breaking.
My advice: let it sit out at room temperature for 20-30 minutes, then give it a quick whip with an electric mixer. Store it in tupperware, scoop it into your mixer bowl (or any bowl to use with a hand mixer), whip it back to a fluffy state, and scoop into a serving bowl.
Arrange some dippable things around it, and you’re done.
What to Serve with Peanut Butter Cup Cheesecake Dip
A spoon. That’s all you need. (Ha.)
In all seriousness, basically anything that you would eat with peanut butter is delicious in this dip. Graham crackers. Vanilla wavers. Chocolate chip cookies.
The salty-sweet combination is the best so I love pretzels with a big scoop of this cheesecake dip. Maybe even potato chips?
Want to add a little fruit to your dessert table? Apples or frozen banana slices are amazing with this dip. (And basically makes it a health food right? Right….? No, okay fine.)
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If dip has been chilled, bring to room temperature for 20-30 minutes, and re-whip with an electric mixer if necessary to soften the dip back to scooping consistency. As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
Nutrition Information: Yield: 10
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 442Total Fat: 36gCarbohydrates: 25gProtein: 8.6g
If dip has been chilled, bring to room temperature for 20-30 minutes, and re-whip with an electric mixer if necessary to soften the dip back to scooping consistency.
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