Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins


  1. Blend all in a food processor.
  2. Serve with apple slices.
  3. Enjoy!


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I made this dip in my classroom with my preschool children. It was easy and they loved it. They each ate more apples than I have ever seen them eat!!!!

Jenn in RI September 18, 2003

We've tried a great many fruit dips over the years, but this one is by far the simplest & absolutely delicious! I'm not ashamed to say that DD & I ate dessert for breakfast this morning! :) It's amazing how much it tastes like a caramel apple (which we also made recently), without the time involved or the tooth-sticky mess. I'll be making this again & again. I used Mexican vanilla and dark brown sugar, then allowed the cream cheese to soften & just mixed everything very easily with a hand mixer. Thanks for posting, Pear! Made & enjoyed for the Photo Forum's National Dessert Month & the Spain & Portugal Forum's Cooking with Apples event.

**Tinkerbell** October 26, 2010

I love this dip - so simple and delicious. I only use half the sugar, though, and it is still very sweet. I let the cream cheese come to room temperature before mixing by hand - then I don't have to clean a food processor.

Naal January 05, 2010

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