Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Caramel Apple Cream Cheese and Skor bits = yummeh!!

Recently I had to improvise because I was at a cottage and didn't have a nice shallow dish to serve this in, so I spread it on an aluminum pizza pan and used a spatula to shape it into a circle in the middle and arranged the apples around the outside. It looked like a sunflower :)
I think from now on I might just arrange it like this.

Caramel Apple Dip

Fast, easy and always goes over well.

1 brick of cream cheese (a tub of spreadable cream cheese works well too) at room temperature
1 container of caramel dip (usually found in the fruit section)
Part of a bag of Skor bits (found in the baking section) or a few Skor bars crushed up.
gala or granny smith  apples

In a shallow dish, spread softened cream cheese covering the bottom of the dish. 
Now spread the caramel on top.
Sprinkle a few handfuls of the Skor Bits over top or break up the skor bars into small chunks and spread that over top.
Slice up the apples dunk then in the dip and enjoy.

If you aren't going to be serving it right away, put the sliced apples in a large ziploc bag with a few tablespoons of water and lemon juice to stop them from browning.

If you plan it right, you will run out of apples before you run out of dip and you will have to scrape the rest of the dip out of the bowl with your finger.  Take the hit for the team :)

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