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Recipe: Heath Bits Apple Dip

AppleDip2This is one recipe that you will make, again and again. It’s so good!
I recently took this to a superbowl party at my friends house and it was gone before anything else. In fact, once the apples were gone, people were eating this with a spoon. I may or may not have been one of those people. It really is THAT good. This would be perfect for an after dinner dessert, or even for Valentine’s Day!

1 block of cream cheese, softened
1/2 cup of light brown sugar
1 teaspoon of vanilla
1 container of caramel apple dip from the produce section
1/2 bag of Heath Toffee Bits (found by the chocolate chips)

Cream together the cream cheese, brown sugar, and vanilla. I use my mixer and just let it whip together until combined.
In a pie plate, put the cream cheese mixture in and spread around to make an even layer.
Next you will need to heat up the caramel apple dip just a bit in the microwave so it’s easy to pour and spread around. Make it the next layer on top of the cream cheese mixture.
Now top the caramel with a layer of the Heath Toffee Bits, which will take approximately half the bag.

Dig in!! I recommend Granny Smith Apples as they seem to go really well with the sweetness of the apple dip! I have also used red delicious apples, and of course, just a spoon!


I hope you try it!! Tell me what you think!

Linda Manns Linneman

Thursday 26th of May 2016

This dip is so good. It went over great with family and friends. Thank you again for sharing this great recipe

Amber Ludwig

Thursday 19th of November 2015

OH man does this look good!! Pinning it for our holiday festivities!!!

Linda Manns Linneman

Monday 18th of May 2015

We really enjoyed this recipe. I appreciate you sharing this with your readers. God Bless


Saturday 29th of November 2014

This sounds so good. I think I will try it this holiday season. Thank you for sharing


Friday 25th of July 2014

I love this dip on a granny smith apple. I like the contrast of sweet and sour. Other apples are a bit too sweet to begin with to add a dip.