Thursday, October 17, 2013

-The BEST Apple Dip. Ever-




Ya'll know I don't share a lot of recipes here, but this one is a MUST share.
A couple of years ago my sister's co-workers gave her a baby shower and that is where I first tried and fell in love with this dip. I then stalked my sister until she tracked down the recipe for me from her friend/co-worker Michelle.

You will want to make this asap. It's the perfect fall dip. You can actually have it year round of course, but I save it for the Fall because if I didn't I would be 10 lbs heavier. It's seriously addictive.  Make it and share. Thats my advice. Just trust me on that one.



Here's what you need:

-Apple Dip-

1 1/2 cups of brown sugar
1 cup sugar
2 tsp vanilla
2- 8oz cream cheese
2- 6 oz of heath toffee bits

It's pretty simple from here, just mix it all up and refrigerate for a bit. I usually let the cream cheese soften first. We like to eat it with green granny smith apples but you can obviously use any type of apple you like. The heath toffee is where it's at with this recipe so don't skimp. Also don't kid yourself into thinking you might try and cut calories by using the 1/3 fat cream cheese. It's totally not the same so just go all out with it and ENJOY!

Let me know if you decide to try it.
xo.

12 comments:

  1. That sound so good! Can't wait to try it!

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  2. This looks so good! And easy! Great suggestion for parties!

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    1. totally perfect for parties. Everyone will love you :)

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  3. girl. we make a dip like this for strawberries without the toffee. i try to forget about it because yeah, its so good. i've never thought to add the toffee. my husband loves toffee. he'll either love me or hate me, because i'm so going to make this. Mmm!!!

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    1. kelly he will LOVE this. Tell me if you try it!

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  4. Sounds delish!!! maybe a dumb question But for some reason I feel like it would be grainy with the sugars and cream cheese.... Does the sugar dissolve?

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    1. It does dissolve. Let your cream cheese soften first.
      its still a little grainy, however I kinda like that!

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  5. Ok, yes, I WILL be making this!

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  6. Tried it last night as the hubs and I were catching up on our favorite show Revolution! Thanks for the recipe...it was AMAZING! :)

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    1. oh did you really! Yay!! Man that sounds like a perfect night to me! :)

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