This dip is creamy, light, and perfect with fruit or gingersnap cookies. Yield: 4 servings, 1/4 cup each, at 3 WW SP per serving.

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pumpkin fluff dip

pumpkin fluffThis is another recipe born out of my daily “hmmm, I finished dinner, now want something sweet” moment. That’s right people – I’m a dessert every day kinda gal. Honestly, I’m a dessert after every meal gal but I’m working on it.

With that being said, desserts that are healthy and actually taste good are PRICELESS.

In my endless quest to create desserts that taste delicious but aren’t terrible for you, I’ve learned to really lean on Cool Whip. It’s a great, lower calorie ingredient that’s sweet, fluffy, and super versatile. I’ve used it in frosting, like on my Dunkaroos cake, in my Key Lime Pie dip, and my homemade Dunkaroos.

Also, if you follow WW (formerly Weight Watchers), Cool Whip clocks just 1 pt for 2 tbsp, and a little goes a long way. Because its flavor profile is pretty plain, it yields itself really well to whatever flavors you put with it. Being that Fall is officially in full swing, I obviously went the pumpkin route.

When I dip, you dip, we dip

pumpkin fluffThis pumpkin dip may just be the simplest recipe on my site. Literally no cooking involved, just measure, mix, and enjoy! What I love about a recipe like this is that you can also adjust it as you go, making it perfect for YOUR taste. Frankly, just because I love my dip a certain way, doesn’t necessarily mean everyone does (though, as written, this dip is pretty darn good).

Here are some notes if you’re looking to alter things a bit:

  • If you want it sweeter, bump up the powdered sugar, 1/2 tsp at a time (note: this will increase point value)
  • If you want it less sweet and more tart, add more greek yogurt 1 tsp at a time (will not increase points value)
  • If you want to go heavier on the pumpkin flavor, add 1/2 tsp more pumpkin pie spice (will not increase points value)

Next, the fun part – what are you going to dip in it?! I served it with Gingersnap cookies, which are 1 point each. They have a delicious warm, spiced flavor which is perfectly complemented by the light, fluffy, creamy pumpkin dip. It’s a blend of flavors and textures that you’re sure to love.

Graham crackers are another great dipping option, with 2 squares running you 2 points. Lastly, if you’re looking to save points, you can dip fruit in this fabulous fluff.

Looking for more WW friendly desserts?

Just because you’re following the program, doesn’t mean you can’t indulge. Here are some of my favorite WW treats!

pumpkin fluff dip

Pumpkin Fluff Dip

Jacklin Altman
This dip is creamy, light, and perfect with fruit or gingersnap cookies. Yield: 4 servings, 1/4 cup each
4.80 from 5 votes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Course Dessert, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 4


  • Mixing Bowls


  • 1 cup cool whip
  • 1/4 cup pumpkin purée
  • 2 tbsp nonfat greek yogurt
  • 1/2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
  • 1 tbsp powdered sugar


  • Combine cool whip, pumpkin puree, and greek yogurt in a bowl and mix until you have a uniform, fluffy mixture
  • Mix powdered sugar with pumpkin pie spice and stir into the cool whip mixture
  • Serve dip with fruit, ginger snap cookies, or graham crackers for a delicious, light dessert!
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Keyword my ww, weight watchers, WW, dip, pumpkin, pumpkin pie, pumpkin spice
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8 thoughts on “Pumpkin Fluff Dip”

  1. Hello,

    Thank you for your recipes! I love to bake lighter, but not so light that everything is egg whites and stevia. Your recipes are a great balance!

    I had a question about the pumpkin fluff dip: you mentioned you use it to ice cakes. Will it support a layer cake, or is this too light (I’m looking to create a naked cake look)? I am also curious as to whether you’ve had success piping it for a neat look. Thank you!

    1. Hi Sammy! Thanks for the kind words and essentially summing my brand up in one line :). I’ve used this to use cupcakes/ice a sheet cake, but I don’t think it would hold up well for piping/exterior frosting because it’s pretty delicate. I tend to prefer a buttercream or sturdier frosting for exterior/piping work!

      1. If you added gelatin softened then microwaved for about 10 seconds and add it to the pumpkin mix before the cool whip it should solidify enough to use in layered cake.

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