Easy Apple Dip Recipe

This easy Apple Dip Recipe is a definite favorite! Made with just a handful of ingredients, apple dip makes the perfect addition to any get together!

Easy Apple Dip Recipe - This easy Apple Dip Recipe is a definite favorite! Made with just a handful of ingredients, apple dip makes the perfect addition to any get together! // addapinch.com

Okay friends, I have the most amazing, easy as can be, super simple, yet absolutely scrumptious dip recipe to share with you all. It has been served at parties, holidays, tailgating events, and just about any get together in my family that you can imagine for what seems like forever! The thing about this dip is that no one seems to tire of it. Not one single bit.

Different people call it different things, too. Caramel Apple Dip, Cream Cheese Dip, Brown Sugar Dip, etc, etc, etc. You get the picture. But it really doesn’t matter one hoot what you call it, just be sure to make it! It tastes a lot like caramel and a whole lot delicious! 🙂

The trick I’ve found it to be sure to let your cream cheese soften to room temperature before you make it. It makes the apple dip ultra smooth and creamy and just perfect for dipping!

Made with just five ingredients – cream cheese, brown sugar, sugar, vanilla and salt – it really couldn’t get much easier to whip together. I thought I’d show you how in this super quick video I made of it, too.

https://youtu.be/rKTLjH5kNKA

I had so much fun making it and it shows you just how quick and easy this apple dip recipe truly is, too! I’d love to know what you think of the video and if you’d like for me to share more with you. Because, you know, you guys mean the world to me!

Easy Apple Dip Recipe - This easy Apple Dip Recipe is a definite favorite! Made with just a handful of ingredients, apple dip makes the perfect addition to any get together! // addapinch.com

Here’s my Easy Apple Dip Recipe. Be sure to make it soon (and often!).

Easy Apple Dip Recipe - This easy Apple Dip Recipe is a definite favorite! Made with just a handful of ingredients, apple dip makes the perfect addition to any get together! // addapinch.com
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Easy Apple Dip Recipe

Easy Apple Dip Recipe - This easy Apple Dip Recipe is a definite favorite! Made with just a handful of ingredients, apple dip makes the perfect addition to any get together!
Prep Time3 mins
Total Time3 mins
Author: Robyn Stone | Add a Pinch

Ingredients

  • 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese, softened
  • 1/2 cup packed brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • pinch Kosher salt
  • Serve with: Apple Slices

Instructions

  • Add cream cheese, brown sugar, sugar, vanilla and salt to a medium mixing bowl. Stir until well-combined and smooth. Transfer to a serving bowl and serve with apple slices.

Notes

Make-Ahead Tips:
This dip stores well in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. To serve, remove from the refrigerator and allow to reach room temperature and serve.
Serving Ideas:
While we call this apple dip, it is also delicious served with pear slices or so many other fruits. But, try it with graham crackers or pretzels, too! 🙂

Enjoy!
Robyn xo

Easy Apple Dip Recipe - This easy Apple Dip Recipe is a definite favorite! Made with just a handful of ingredients, apple dip makes the perfect addition to any get together! // addapinch.com

20 comments on “Easy Apple Dip Recipe”

  1. I love seeing the videos on recipes. They are a big help. Example: this recipe states 1/2 cup packed brown sugar – but is it light brown or dark brown? The video let me see that you used light brown sugar.

    • I’m so glad you find them helpful, Mary Anne! I’m always mesmerized by them, but definitely find them helpful, too! For the brown sugar, you can use either light or dark. I did use light in the video, but have used dark fairly often. It gives a deeper molasses flavor to the dip. I hope you enjoy it! xo

  2. Looks and sounds delicious but I think that it possibly needs one more ingredient…..cinnamon! Apples and cinnamon are the perfect match to me….what do you think?

  3. How do you keep the apple slices from turning brown while sitting out?

    • Hi Barbara,
      I like to place them into a bowl of pineapple juice or lemon juice as soon as I cut them. The acid from the fruit juice keeps them crisp and from turning. I hope that helps you! xo

  4. Thanks for the recipes misplaced the I nad

  5. I have made this family favorite for years with one difference – I add about 2-3tbsp. Finely chopped pecans. Yummy!

  6. Love the video! Great job. I made the dip today because I have quite a few apples. DELICIOUS. Thanks!

  7. I am diabetic and am wondering if you have made this recipe using Coconut Sugar or Sacanat Sugar?

  8. I loved watching your video on this dip! I would like to try making it with both brown Truvia and white Truvia as well!

  9. I like the video! Easy dip recipe to make. I hope I can try this at home 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Robyn!

  10. Have you ever tried adding peanut butter to this? Would a 1/2 cup be too much?

    • Now that sounds absolutely amazing! I think it would be just perfect and I can’t wait to hear how it turned out! (Because I’ll most likely make it that way soon!) 🙂 xo

  11. Robyn: I just joined your website – I’m really excited to try ALL your recipes. I’m so glad I found a great ‘Southern’ cook. My grandson LOVES apples and I saw your apple dip – sounds delicious. For this and other ‘sweet’ treats you have where sugar is involved, could you please suggest the best ‘sugar substitute” that can be used? How about a little honey or agave nectar? Or should I stick with the coconut or sacanat sugars (which was just asked) ?? Thank you so much for caring enough to share your delicious recipes which have been ‘family approved’ – in addition to the nice compliments from your fan!! That’s a wonderful reference. Can’t wait to get your book – Congrats!!

    • You are so sweet, Debra! Thanks so much for all of your kindness! I really hope you like the recipes!
      For a natural alternative to sugar, I sometimes like to use coconut sugar. I hope this helps! xo

  12. I love this dip! I’ve made it twice in the past two weeks. I try pretending it’s good for me since I eat apples with it. HA. Thanks!

  13. This recipie sounds wonderful, and I’m looking forward to making it. It just seems to me, like a lot of sugar. A whole cup (1/2 of reg, and 1/2 brown) of sugar, seems like a LOT!

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