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Brown Sugar Apple Dip

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our number one favorite apple dip, brown sugar apple dip. Perfect for a little fruit addition to the #superbowl or any party ohsweetbasil.com
 
 
I served this brown sugar apple dip last month at a baby shower and then forgot to ever post it. That’s kind of how life goes. I get so busy I suddenly realized I didn’t follow up on doing something. Unless it’s really important, those ones get put in the ol’ phone. Do you do that or are you a notepad person?
 
 
Anyway, none of that really matter when you’ve got brown sugar apple dip staring you in the face. Man, I love me some brown sugar! It’s creamy and delicious which is exactly what a fruit dip should be. We served it with fresh apple slices and my husband seriously made sure that I left him his own personal serving at home.
 
our number one favorite apple dip, brown sugar apple dip. Perfect for a little fruit addition to the #superbowl or any party ohsweetbasil.com
 
 
Sometimes it’s hard to think up something yummy for a snack or to take to a party etc and I think this is the perfect thing. Thanks, Tam for the recipe! You’re the greatest ever! My chubby thighs thank you for all the deliciousness!
 

How Long Will Apples Keep?

If stored properly, apples should keep for 2 months.

Apples should be kept in the refrigerator.

Will Apples Keep You Healthy?

Apples are packed with  antioxidants, flavanoids, and dietary fiber.

The antioxidants in apples may help reduce the risk of developing cancer, hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease.

Do Apples Have Carbohydrates?

Apples do contain a fair amount of carbs.

A 3″ diameter apple has about 25 carbs.

 

Brown Sugar Apple Dip

our number one favorite apple dip, brown sugar apple dip. Perfect for a little fruit addition to the #superbowl or any party ohsweetbasil.com

Brown Sugar Apple Dip

4.42 from 17 votes
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 8 -10 servings

Ingredients

Recipe By Tam

  • 8 oz. cream cheese softened
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla

Instructions

  • Beat it all together and continue to beat until fluffy!!
Nutrition Facts
Brown Sugar Apple Dip
Amount Per Serving (1 g)
Calories 136
% Daily Value*
Cholesterol 24.9mg8%
Carbohydrates 15.3g5%
Sugar 15g17%
Protein 1.4g3%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
 

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Cade and Carrian have three children and love to spend time together whether it’s vacationing or snuggled up on the couch for a good movie.

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38 comments

  • Would this work with Vegan cream cheese ?

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    • Hi Lisa,

      We haven’t tried that but would love to hear if you do!

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  • Similar recipe I’ve been making for years…
    1/3 pkg Mother’s macaroon cookies, smashed
    1/3 container (8 oz) sour cream (or plain yogurt)
    1/3 c dark brown sugar
    Mix together. Best with apples, bananas, grapes, or strawberries.

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    • That sounds amazing!! I’m totally writing it down to try!

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  • I also make this same recipe but replace the vanilla extract with a capful of caramel extract…yummy! Also, to keep the apple slices from browning , slice the apples and immediately soak them in ice and salt water for a few min. This keeps the apples from browning for a full day…store in fridge.

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    • Andrea,

      You are a gold mine!! I am totally trying all of this. Thank you!

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  • How do you keep your apples fresh for serving at a party? I’ve tried the soaking them in Sprite before but they still turned brown.

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    • Hi Jennifer, really they will oxidize no matter what you do, but tossing them in lemon juice and then sealing with glad press n seal on a platter is your best bet.

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  • I made it but used 1/3 less calories cream cheese and it was more soupy than fluffy. Is that why? Still tasty though.

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    • Just in case others wonder, and sorry you’ll get two emails.. 🙂 Reduced fat doesn’t mix up exactly the same but it’s more likely that the cream cheese was too soft or got over mixed.

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  • I have a recipe very similar to this but it has 2 T. of maple syrup (real, not fake syrup) added to it. Delicious!

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    • Oh I totally have to try that!

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  • Can you make this a day before and leave it in the fridge for the next day?

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    • Absolutely! Just wrap tightly in saran!

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  • I made this tonight and I thought it was to much vanilla. I decided to add some nutella and some peanut and it was delicious!!!

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    • Whoa! Peanut butter and nutella? Invite us next time!

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  • On bagels or toast yum

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  • I already make this fruit dip. Try it with green grapes also, it’s super delicious with them also.

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    • Oh my goodness. You’re right! It is delicious! Thank you so much.

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  • I HAVE to try this!!

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    • I hope you love it!

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    • Invite friends for sure or you’ll be like me, picking in it all day!

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  • I make this same dip but add chopped peanuts to it. Yum!!

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    • genius!! I love salty and sweet!

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  • Brown sugar and sour cream make an awesome fruit dip also!

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  • My recipe fir a similar dip is

    1-8oz. softened cream cheese
    1 jar marshmallow creme
    1/2 cup brown sugar

    Mix well. Good with apples. If you leave out the brown sugar, serve with fresh pineapple, strawberries….any fruit!

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  • OH BOY! I’m not a huge apple fan, but I think I can handle them with this dip – LOL! I bet it’s good with bananas too.

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    • ohhhh, I bet it’s awesome with bananas or even graham crackers!

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  • We make this recipe but put bits of Heath in it. They sell them in the baking section in the Grocery store by the chocolate chips and you can get them with chocolate or without. I personally like the Heath bits without chocolate!!! So Yummy!

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    • Now that is smart! I’m totally buying some this weekend!

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  • We call this apple
    krack cause you can’t stop eating it. We also add a crush heath bar.

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    • stop! Heath bar?! That is fantastic!!! I can’t wait to try it!

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  • I make a similar dip, brick cream cheese, 1/2 cup brown sugar and sometimes a bit of milk to thin it out a bit. Beat till fluffy. Don’t use vanilla, but will try this next time. Very very good.

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  • I make a similar dip; brick cream cheese, 1/2 cup brown sugar and sometimes a bit of milk to thin it out a bit. Beat till fluffy. Don’t use vanilla, but will try this next time. Very very good–a bit hit when I serve this and no left-overs. Thumbs up.

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    • I can’t wait to try your version!

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  • THAT'S ME!!! Oh, I am so excited. This is indeed delish.

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  • This is truly an addictive dip. Yummy!

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  • I'm always looking for a good fruit dip! Thanks for sharing!

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