How to Serve Dip for Dessert

The classic appetizer finds new expression in these sweet dips.
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These sweet dessert dips are just as tantalizing as the gooey, cheese-based varieties you've encountered before. Throw them together right before your guests arrive and watch how quickly they disappear.   

Strawberry Shortcake Dip

The Base: Whipped cream + sour cream + fresh sliced strawberries, layered throughout
On Top: More sliced strawberries
For Dipping: Shortbread cookies 

S'mores Dip

The Base: Hot fudge sauce
On Top: Jumbo marshmallows, broiled until browned
For Dipping: Graham crackers — obviously

Key Lime Dip

The Base: Sweetened condensed milk + cream cheese + lime juice
On Top: Graham crackers + lime zest
For Dipping: Pretzel sticks

Photography by Heather Ramsdell

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