On the Island of the Dominican Republic, people are waking up to Dip de Frutas de Mango, Mango Fruit Dip, for breakfast. This Dominican recipe is a savory treat that’s smooth, sweet, creamy, and creates an explosion of flavors making your taste buds do the happy dance. It just takes 5 simple ingredients and a few minutes to mix up.
Serve this Mango Fruit Dip with your favorite fruit or cracker. More popular dipping fruits are apples, bananas, mangos, pineapples, strawberries, grapes, cantaloupe, and graham crackers. But don’t let that list stop you, try some blackberries, kiwis, cherries, and maybe some Mamey or Zapote.
If you need more than just fruit for breakfast this goes well with Los Tres Golpes Dominicanos. The Three Dominican Hits are a traditional breakfast in the Dominican Republic.
Frutas de Mango is delicious for breakfast, brunch, or a snack anytime. Bring the island home today and surprise your family with this scrumptious Mango Fruit Dip.
Dip de Frutas de Mango ~ Mango Fruit Dip
- 1 cup plain yogurt
- ¾ cup ripe mango diced
- 1 oz cream cheese
- 1 tbsp honey
- ½ tsp vanilla extract
- In a blender or food processor, combine all ingredients. Puree until smooth and creamy.
- Serve with fresh fruit or graham crackers.
Did You Know?
The Dominican Republic is the most visited destination in the Caribbean. It’s geographically diverse and home to both the Caribbean’s tallest mountain peak, Pico Duarte, and the Caribbean’s largest lake and lowest point, Lake Enriquillo.
The island has an average temperature of 78.8 °F making a great climate.
The country is also the site of the first cathedral, castle, monastery, and fortress built in the Americas, located in Santo Domingo’s Colonial Zone, a World Heritage Site.
Music and sport are of great importance in the Dominican culture, with merengue and bachata as the national dance and music, and baseball as the most popular sport.
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