Such a darling title and what a tasty treat to match! It's a very interesting combination of flavors and textures with the Dijon, Granny Smith, cheese, and pecans and I've never had anything like it. :) I will definitely make this again-thanks so much for the great recipe! *Quick note-Don't allow this to chill too long (I tried overnight since I didn't have time in the morning and that didn't work), because then it sets up more like a cheese ball and the flavors lose their unique qualities.
Made this up in no time at all & set it out with several other fruits spreads to use on a fresh multigrain bread during my recent Yuletide dinner (& copies of the recipe, which I ALWAYS set out so guests know that they're ingesting! A very nice keeper-of-a-recipe! Thanks for sharing! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Please Review My Recipe]
This is really tasty. I used it as a sandwich filling. Unfortunately you can't get hold of Monterey Jack here so I used gouda instead.
This was very good and definitely not the same old cream-cheese-dip. I loved the combination of the tangy dijon and tart apples with the mellow jack cheese. Great as a light lunch, snack, or party fare!
What a great dip. I have actually never had apple and cheese (other than in sweet things with cream cheese) before so was a bit unsure what to expect. I was very pleasently surprised. The flavors of this dip blend together so well. It tastes like cheese ball! The subtle sweetness of the apple pairs nicely with the slight bite of the chives. I did omit the pecans as I do not like them, but see how they would go very well. I love this on stoned wheat crackers. Thanks!
This was such a different dip and had a lovely taste. All of the ingredients worked well together and was a piece of cake to mix together. I served this with vanilla wafers and everyone loved it. Thanks Kim!
Yum! This is an excellent combination of flavors. I spread it on toasted triangles of multi-grain bread for breakfast, but it would be equally as good on a bagel, or served at a party with crackers, or stuffed into chunks of crisp celery. Very good snacking.
A MUST!! Made for a party of 20 and was the hit by all of the women and most men. It has the most unique flavor and was a refreshing change from the basic dips and such. I was in a hurry and everything went into the processor, even the pecans - so, there was no gently combining or sprinkling to be had!!!! Thanks for sharing
This dip, as you can see by the ingredient list, is very unique. And its got a great name too! I really loved the flavor of the green apples coupled with the creamy cheese and chives. It’s a nice dip to serve at a party instead of the usual “onion” or “ranch” dip, just a bit more fancy, IMHO. The chopped pecans add a nice touch. I served mine with melba toast style crackers.