Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Toffee Apple Dip


This week’s edition of Shannon’s WFMW includes recipes with five-ingredients–or-less. Which is great, since I don’t have time for complicated recipes.

Anyone get tired of eating plain ol’ apples? Or maybe you are looking for something new to make for your next gathering. Here’s a recipe that will kick apple-eating up a notch, I promise. And it should come with an addiction warning!

1 8oz. Cream Cheese, softened

3/4 cup Brown Sugar

1/2 cup White Sugar (can vary sugar amounts to taste)

1 tsp. Vanilla

1/2 bag Heath Bar Bits

Cream the first 4 ingredients together, then fold in the Heath Bits. Chill. Serve with fresh apple slices—granny smith or roma apples work best.

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KrustyTheCat said...

This sounds delicious! I think I have all the ingredients too, I might have to make that tomorrow ;o)

Christa said...

Wow... that sounds great! I wish I had all the ingredients on hand. Instead, I have five sleeping children. :) Better wait to go to the store, huh?

Robin said...


The Momster said...

Oh I love this already!

From one GRITS to another...Thanks!

Lisa @ Stop and Smell the Chocolates said...

Sounds yummy. Do you have to have the apples with it? - ha,ha!

Kristen M. said...

I've made this minus the white sugar and Heath bar bits ever since my roommate introduced me to it in college. It's a standby during the fall.

Jai said...

ooooowwwweee!! I am gonna try this!