Apple Dip

If you have kids, you need this recipe. Actually, scratch that, I don’t think I’ve met anyone who doesn’t love this stuff, it’s a hit with kids and adults alike.
Apple dip is a cream cheese based concoction that tastes just like caramel sauce. It’s so creamy and delicious that you feel like you’re being really indulgent and bad when you’re really not.

Okay, so it does have quite a bit of brown sugar in it, but it’s also packed with calcium and protein, and considering the amount of apple slices you’ll devour scooping it up, it ends up being a fairly healthy snack. It’s quick and easy to whip up, and I’ve found that light cream cheese works just as well or better than regular.
Apple Dip (from Allrecipes.com) :

  • 1 cup cream cheese, softened
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla (it sounds like a lot, but it’s right)

Stir everything together until smooth. After it’s sat for a couple of minutes (and the brown sugar has dissolved into the cream cheese), stir it again.Serve with lots of sliced apples.

10 thoughts on “Apple Dip

  1. I love this recipe…so simple and delicious! And you’re right, the consumation of all those apples can’t be a bad thing. Have you tried dipping other fruits in this dip? I can’t help but think strawberries would also be good. Mmm…

  2. Yum. Sounds great!

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  3. Chelee – I hope they like it!

    Carla – I haven’t tried dipping any other fruits into it, but strawberries probably would be delicious. Pears too, maybe?

    Debbie – Enjoy!

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  4. We loved this recipe a little too much, I found myself looking around for other foods to dip once the apples were gone! I enjoy your site, have been reading for some time. I have linked your site from mine, wanted to share it. I hope this is okay, if not please let me know. Thank you.

  5. I love your blog and especially your recipes — if I could add a twist on your cream cheese with brown sugar recipe, I do the same and then add one cup of crushed peanuts (can use other nuts but peanuts seem to have the most robust flavor) and 1 c. of miniature chocolate or carob chips. Super yummy and nutrient dense!
    Christina from MN

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