What are some of the first things or foods we think of when we think of fall foods? Of course, pumpkin, stuffing, cinnamon, and APPLES! We all share the knowledge of and love of caramel apples and caramel apple dip. (If you don’t, we’ll try not to judge. Or we’ll just have more caramel apple dip for ourselves!) However, what about apples and caramel apple dip with a twist? Here is a caramel apple dip recipe you’ve might not have heard of too frequently: Cream cheese caramel apple dip. With most fruit dips, cream cheese is customary, but having it incorporated in a caramel sauce can definitely be new to the taste buds. Embrace the new and think of this dip recipe as a caramel apple cheesecake without the breadcrumbs or graham crackers crust.
Those who are gluten-sensitive or on low-carb diets can appreciate this! General foodies who need a quick bite will also like that it’s simple and quick to make with just four ingredients and five minutes of prep time (No recipe drawn out for 20 minutes here!). Those with peanut allergies can also appreciate this unique recipe that can call for toffee bits to add some of an Affy Tapple feel to this classic. Spruce up your Thanksgiving party and fall food ideas in a tasty way!
Well, you definitely need apples slices with caramel dip, so that’s first. Grab ’em and cut ’em as thin or thick as you want.
This caramel dip recipe serves 8 individuals. (Or 1 individual with a major sweet tooth and appetite.)
If you do opt to eat this apples and caramel dip later then we’d suggest applying some lemon juice to your apple slices and string them in some of the canning jars as well or else you’ll find them turned brown. Don’t worry about them becoming tart apples. With the sweetness of this homemade caramel apple dip, you’ll find it a nice combination or completely overwhelmed by the cream cheese mixture’s taste. Alternatively, you can always just prepare the apple slices just before eating.