Seriously, one bite of apple brickle dip and you are done for. No joke. This dip has become infamous at our Manhattan Beach parties and is by far the most requested recipe that I make! Anytime someone new drops by and tries it, I always get an email the next day asking for that “amazing apple dip” recipe. It is always the first bowl of all the appetizers to disappear.
Want to be the MVP of your Super Bowl party tomorrow?? Whip this up!! It literally takes less than 5 minutes.
Beat together the cream cheese and sugars, and then stir in the toffee bits. I like to use Heath “Bits ‘O Brickle Toffee” that you can buy at Target. You might only find the Heath bits that contain chocolate at a grocery store, but I think it’s much better when it’s just the toffee if you can find it.
Then slice some green apples for dipping and you’ll wow anyone who tries it, assuming you still have some left to share!
Apple Brickle Dip
Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Passed on years ago from my mom!)
- 1 package 8oz cream cheese, room temperature
- ½ cup packed brown sugar
- ¼ cup granulated sugar
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 package English toffee bits (about 10oz)
- 6 green apples
In a mixing bowl, beat together the cream cheese, sugars, and vanilla. Then, fold in the brickle chips. Serve with sliced apples.
*If you are making the dip ahead of time, wait to mix in the brickle chips in until right before serving because I think it tastes best when they are still crunchy. If you mix them in right away, they will get soft during the day. Also, wait to cut the apples so they don’t brown.
She isn’t joking – this is the best dip I’ve ever had in my life! Hands down!!!
Thanks for the validation!,
I haven’t tries this yet but I wrote down the recipe. Sounds yummy! Know for sure I will try it. Thanks for recipe!
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Just give me the bowl of dip and a spoon!
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