Apple Dip

This past weekend we went apple picking, it was fun! We got 2 large bags of apples so there is alot of baking with apples going on in my house this week. So far I have made apple pies and candy apples. Recently I found a recipe for a dip that is die for….Its very simple and great for parties or potlucks!

Here is the recipe I used for the dip! WARNING: You will be extremely popular and be bombarded with requests for this recipe when you make it for others! You might never be able to eat an apple on its own ever again after having this dip with your apple slices.

1 package of regular or light cream cheese

Half a cup of brown sugar

Prepared caramel sauce (ice cream syrup or other caramel sauce for desserts)

4 or 5 Skor bars (depending on how many you’re likely to eat during preparation & assembly) or 1 package of Skor bits

6 to 8 medium or large apples of any variety (though I highly recommend a few of each colour – Granny Smith apples are outstanding with this dip!)

1 tbsp lemon juice

Bring cream cheese to room temperature and add to a mixing bowl or food processor with the brown sugar. Blend until completely mixed thoroughly and consistency is smooth.

Spread mixture onto a plate and drizzle with caramel sauce.

Chop or crush the Skor bars into small bits and sprinkle over the dip.

(Cover with plastic wrap and refridgerate if not serving right away.)

Cut apples into slices. Drizzle the apple slices with lemon juice and toss until evenly distributed. This will keep the apples from oxidizing (going brown) too quickly.

Dip, devour, and repeat!

I would love to hear what you think of this recipe and if you have any like it I would love for you to share!

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