This Vanilla Strawberry Fluff recipe is the perfect, easy thing to make when you want a little something sweet!
Easy but good is usually what I go for with cooking, baking, etc. I tested out this simple but divine dessert recently and I was called things like “rock star” and all went back for more. That’s right- I’m a rock star after whipping a few things together and spending approximately 5 minutes. Why do I waste my time slaving away on other recipes that take 191039290323920 minutes and they chuck in the trash? Seriously. You’ll love this 4 Ingredient Vanilla Strawberry Fluff recipe.
The original recipe called for raspberries. I told that to Josh after he ate it. He said that he preferred strawberries any day and that raspberries are too tart. You could substitute all kinds of fruits in place of the strawberries.
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Vanilla Strawberry Fluff Recipe
- 5.1 oz instant vanilla pudding (large box)
- 32 oz vanilla yogurt
- 8 oz Cool Whip
- 10 oz frozen strawberries
- Mix together pudding mix and yogurt.
- Fold in whip cream.
- Fold in strawberries.
Recipe slightly adapted from Butter with a Side of Bread
Okay, I have made something similar, except, I omit the frozen strawberries & used strawberry yogurt instead. Also it’s yummy as a dip with the graham cracker sticks!
We tried to make this and it didn’t turn out so well, 5.1 oz of powdered mix seems too much but 5.1 oz. of pre made pudding seems not enough. Are we missing something here? We tried with a 1 oz box of powdered mix and it turned chunky.
Same question….I wouldn’t imagine searing it with fruit frozen? Do you thaw and then add so the juice of thawed fruit is included? Thaw and drain juice? Can you just use fresh fruit? Please clarify…it really does look good! Thanks
Looks super yummy. I found you on pinterest. I’m confused about the recipe though, do you use the strawberries frozen or thaw them out? Thanks!
Heather @ Glitter and Gloss says
Now *that* is my kind of recipe! One of the BBQ’s we’re going to over Memorial Day Weekend is having a “dip-off” competition, and I might bring that for my sweet dip. I also love the bowl it’s in!
This looks divine. I love Raspberries and Strawberries do I could see making this often.
I have one problem. I am severely allergic to yogurt. Do you think there’s something I could in place of it?
Hi! I found this recipe and decided to use it for a dessert! It looks delicious. How many people will this feed? I’m making this for a dinner for about 20 people.
Karen Boehlert says
I just had to write and thank you for sharing the vanilla strawberry whip recipe. I decided to make it for Easter dinner tomorrow and I “had” to taste it. It’s terrific! I love how great simple recipes can be and this one is definitely in my keeper box and will be consumed regularly. Thank you again. Have a wonderful Easter.
Looks amazing, that will be perfect when it gets warmer! What do you use as dippers???
Hi Louise- thank you. We ate it as a dessert, not a dip. It’s a yummy bowl of creaminess. Enjoy!
Everything on your blog is making me hungry today! I have a question about the Vanilla Strawberry Whip – do you use it as a dip and what did you use to dip with?
Can’t wait to try these yummy and easy recipes! Thank you!
Crystal Nell says
Super yummy!! Thanks so much :)
This looks super yummy and something I need in my life ASAP!
jen @ Tatertots & Jello says
I can’t wait to make this Mique! Yummy!!