Delicious! By the end of the get-together we were spreading the leftovers onto brownies! Easy to make too - I did it the day before
A hit at church coffee hour! The base is creamy and has such beautiful caramel color from the brown sugar that the dip would be good just like that... but adding the toffee bits(I used Heath bar bits) throws this one right over the top! This sweet, creamy dip with crunchy toffee and smooth chocolate bits is simply fabulous with crisp, tart and juicy apple slices... and on pretzel rods... and as icing on cake.... and on fingers... (we really liked this!)
I must admit, I am not a fan of sweet dips but this one was excellent. Serving it with apples is great because the tartness of the granny smith's compliments the sweetness of the dip. A must have at parties!
This Recipe is a keeper!! In keeping with her wedding colors, I was searching for some "red" foods to serve at my cousin's bridal shower. I served this with sliced Red Delicious apples and everyone gobbled up the dip and was asking for the recipe! I did end up using my blender to get out the cream cheese lumps--I guess the cream cheese was still too firm when I tired to mix it in. I will try it with Granny Smith apples next time as they are my favorite! Thanks!
Unbelievable. This deserves to be ranked as one of the most popular. I never seem to have enough time to put together a dish for parties, and this was more than perfect.
I took this to a Shower it was a hit! It was of the best apples dips I have ever tasted. My husband loved it and he is a Chef at a Country Club.
Delicious!!! I used light cream cheese and splenda brown sugar blend and it still tasted great. Made the night before and remixed the morning of our brunch.
I've made this a few times now and it's always a huge hit. My favorite part is taking the serving spoon out after everyone has eaten it and getting the final lick in. Yumm! The presentation is pretty with red and green apples slices too.
Don't make this recipe unless you want to make a pig of yourself! Took this to a staff meeting rather than cookies. The girls were bummed out until they tried it. They circled like sharks around the bowl, demanded the recipe and one even cleaned the bowl using her finger. Beyond easy to make, you just have to be fast if you want any-keep fingers away from snapping teeth! Di;-)
As promised, this recipe delivered!!! Very good. However, I ended up adding lemon juice to the apples because they were still browning with the pineapple juice. Next time I will stick with just lemon juice to keep them from browning.