This 3-ingredient pumpkin dip is everything you need and more for entertaining this fall

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3-Ingredient Pumpkin Dip
The season of Halloween, Thanksgiving and chic boots galore is finally in our grasp! If you're like us, meaning you absolutely adore everything fall has to offer, then you've probably been anxious for sweater weather for months now. After all, you can't beat the look of leaves changing colors, the smell of cinnamon everything and the feel of that gorgeous fall breeze! Yes, autumn truly is something magical.

But arguably, one of the best parts about this season is -- you guessed it -- THE FOOD. From mouth-watering chicken pot pies to cinnamon-spiced apple crisps, there's no denying that fall-inspired foods are absolutely to die for. So today, thanks to a little help from our friends over at LittleThings, we've got a recipe for the most savory pumpkin dip you've ever had. And the best part? It only takes 3 ingredients to make it! Trust us when we say, it's the perfect dish to serve at anytime this season.

Here's how you can make it:
  • You'll need: cool whip, pumpkin puree and vanilla pudding mix
  • Pour all ingredients into a large bowl and mix
  • Scoop mixture into serving dish and eat with graham crackers or vanilla wafers for an extra dose of yum!
So, there you have it -- a pumpkin dip recipe all your friends and family can enjoy. You're officially the hostess with the mostess. Enjoy!

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This 3-ingredient pumpkin dip is everything you need and more for entertaining this fall

Yogurt: There’s no shortage of pumpkin-flavored yogurts. Noosa thick, creamy yogurt joined by a layer of spicy pumpkin was so popular when it rolled out at Target last fall that it’s now available year-round at major stores. Chobani and Trader Joe’s both make pumpkin Greek yogurt. If you prefer to drink your pumpkin-flavored yogurt, try Lifeway Pumpkin Spice Kefir. It has a pretty low amount of added sugar per cup (8 grams), which is a rare find in flavored yogurt.

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Drinks: But wait! The pumpkin-flavored beverages don’t stop at kefir. So Delicious will be rolling out a pumpkin coconut milk, and Polar Seltzer will make an essence-of-pumpkin fizzy water.

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Snacks: If your love of pumpkin endures beyond the fall, you’ll be happy to know that Laurel Hill makes pumpkin seed tortilla chips year-round. They’re slightly sweet and spicy — an  addictive variation on the salty, crunchy tortilla chip. Planters seasonally produces Pumpkin Spice Almonds. If you like bars, the Spiced Pumpkin Pie Clif Bar is one to try: Apples, raisins, rolled oats and brown rice syrup join pumpkin in this vitamin-fortified bar. Kashi also makes a Pumpkin Spice Flax bar.

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Dinner: Three Bridges Ancient Grains Chicken Sausage and Sweet Pumpkin with Sage Ravioli will be available in Northern California starting soon. Or top a burrito with one of Roloff Farms’ pumpkin salsas. They come in three flavors: Pumpkin Verde, Pumpkin Peach and Pumpkin Corn.

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