Toffee Dip: Love Caramel Apples? Forget about the mess of making caramel. Made with brown sugar, toffee bits and paired with apples this easy to make dip tastes just like caramel apples.
How to Make Toffee Dip with Cream Cheese and Toffee Bits
Are you ready for this? This dip truly is easy to make with no special tools needed. Simply add the cream cheese, sugar and vanilla to a bowl, whip until combined and cream, and then fold in the toffee bits.
Help! My Dip is Grainy!
What to Serve With Toffee Dip
This Toffee Apple Dip is named that for a reason. It is fantastic with apples but there are also a few other options you could add to the mix.
- Vanilla Wafers
- Pretzel Rods
- Pecan Sandies
- Fresh cherries
- Fresh strawberries
What are Toffee Bits?
A crunchy caramel toffee that has been crushed into bits. I use the Heath English Toffee Bits (also called Bits O’Brickle). They are easy to find at most grocery stores with the other baking chips. Just make sure you grab the toffee bits WITHOUT the milk chocolate.
ENJOY CRISP FALL APPLES
Fall is apple season. I have tons of apple dessert recipes From SKILLET APPLE STRUSEL PIE, APPLE BUTTER CHEESECAKE BARS, ALL AMERICAN APPLE PIE to SEMI HOMEMADE COUNTRY CARAMEL APPLE DUMPLINGS and MORE!
But sometimes you want to enjoy those crisp Fall apples outside of a baked good. That’s where this Toffee Apple Dip comes in.
How to Make Reduced-Sugar Toffee Dip
While there is no way of making this dip sugar free (short of removing the toffee bits) you can reduce the sugar by quite a lot simply by substituting full sugar for sugar substitute. My FAVORITE sugar substitute is Swerve. The sugar substitute is offered in several forms. Granulated sugar, brown sugar, and powdered sugar. All measure cup for cup and have a nice sweet taste.
STORING AND FREEZING TOFFE DIP
If this recipe makes a little more apple dip than you can eat right away, don’t worry!
This apple dip will keep, in an airtight container in the refrigerator, for up to 3 days.
To freeze any leftovers for longer-term storage, place the dip in a super airtight freezer bag or in a lidded container with a layer of plastic wrap pressed on top of the dip. Freeze the dip for up to 3 months.
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Sheryl, yum!! I love the idea of getting the great caramel taste without the mess! Thanks for sharing and pinning – hope you have a happy Friday and a fantastic weekend!
Hi Sheryl, this does sound addicting! A great recipe for fall – pinned!
I made this for a work food day. It was DELICIOUS. I’ve given out the recipe to several people! THANKS!
That’s awesome! Thanks! 🙂
Made this dip for family gathering, what a big hit this was. Tasted like a Carmel apple. Will keep this recipe. Recommend this to all my friends and family. Must try dip!!!
Thanks Debbie, I KNOW! I could eat this dip by the spoonfuls. 🙂
How long is the dip good for?
At least a week maybe even longer. 🙂
Is this dip good to make ahead of time or just before serving? I want to make this for a Halloween party tonight but am getting too excited to try it!!
You can totally make it ahead of time. But be WARNED!!! You will not be able to control yourself. This dip is ridiculously good! 🙂
Wow,looks really good.
Thanks Bob! It is sinfully good!
What else besides apples do you suggest for dipping?
Hi Rhonda, Pears would taste delicious. You can also add cookies, like vanilla wafers, shortbread or graham crackers.
My coworkers request that I bring this dip every year to our Christmas dip day. It is an awesome treat.
Hi Terri! For sure! I have a hard time not just eating it by the spoonfuls! Thanks for taking a small piece of Lady Behind The Curtain to your Christmas party!
Hey! Do you recommend light or dark brown sugar?
Hi Jessica, I recommend using light brown sugar.
What type of apple do you usually pair with this dip?
Hi Kelly, Fuji apples are my favorite. I’m not a fan of tart apples like granny smith. The choice is up to you.
Would pretzels be good as a dipper….the sweet/salty thing?
Hi Brandi, Yes…that sounds delicious!
Hi, is the sugar suppose to be grainy after mixing?? I just made this and followed your recipe to the T but the sugar has not dissolved. Every time I taste it and I can still feel the grainy sugar. Not sure if this is what it’s suppose to be like.
Hi Rebecca, As the dip sits, the moisture will dissolve the sugar. For best results make the dip the night before.