This sweet dip goes great with apples, easy to make too! Kids love it. You can add peanut butter, nuts or chocolate sauce to this dip for a nice change.
Was a great hit!! Remember, if you cut the apples before hand, you can leave them in water and lemon juice to keep from turning brown! - 23 Dec 2002 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
This took less than five minutes to prepare, and it was delicious! It was lighter tasting than the typical caramel dip you purchase at the store, and a little sweeter than yogurt-based fruit dips. It is a keeper in my book! I did keep the cream cheese out for over an hour to soften before I mixed it, and I'm sure this helped a lot. I wouldn't try mixing it until the cream cheese is quite soft, either from setting out or from microwaving it for a short time. - 19 Sep 2002 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
This dip is great! I used an electric mixer to beat it, i made it 2 times in a couple of days and I loved the taste but the consistency was very clumpy and chewy, so the third time I made it I softened the cream cheese and I whipped it until it was like thick whipped cream. It filled up with air and was so much more light and fluffy.(beat at the highest speed your mixer will go). It was so much better! Thanks Rachel! - 31 Jan 2006 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)