Robin’s Egg Easter Dip is the perfect sweet dessert dip that is amazing when accompanied by cookies, fruit or pretzels! Super easy recipe, too!
Easter means a few things to me but, just like any other holiday spent in the south, one of the major focuses of it is the FOOD. Easter Sunday around here is always a gigantic ham, candied sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole and every meringue pie under the sun.
But it’s also about the food you find in the Easter baskets on Sunday morning. And one thing my basket always contained was Robin’s Eggs, or these little pastel candy-coated chocolate covered malt balls in the shape of an egg. Brilliant, right?
But with all of the candy I had in my basket, the one that was left til the end was that bag and, eventually, it would go on top of the breakfast table where everybody would dip into them. And so, I LOVE this recipe where you can take those Robin’s Egg candies and turn them into a dessert all their own.
Whether you plan to make this recipe so that you can share a fun dessert dip at your upcoming Easter potluck or if you pin it in the event that you have some Robin’s Egg candies left in the bag after the holidays you need to use up, you’re going to just LOVE this simple, sweet and amazingly Easter-y Robin’s Egg Easter Dip.
And, I absolutely pinky promise that if you decide to buy up gobs and gobs of these sweet little candies in the after Easter clearance that always occurs, well, we’re not going to blame you one. little. bit.
Robin’s Chocolate Egg Easter Dip Recipe
- 1 Stick Butter Softened (1/2 Cup)
- 1 8oz Package of Cream Cheese Softened
- 1/3 Cup Brown Sugar
- 1/2 Cup Powdered Sugar
- 1 1/2 Tsp Vanilla
- 1 Pinch of salt
- 1 Cup Robin’s Eggs Candies
- Mix butter and cream cheese until smooth.
- Add brown sugar, powdered sugar, salt, and vanilla to the butter and cream cheese.
- Chop Robin’s Eggs and save some for garnishing.
- Fold in Chopped Robin’s Eggs.
- Garnish top with Robin’s Eggs
- Chill until ready to serve.
- Serve with Graham Crackers, Vanilla Wafers, Pretzels, or Fruit