Cream Cheese Toffee Dip

Light cream cheese and brown sugar mixed together plus a little bit of toffee bits makes this Cream Cheese Toffee Dip the ultimate apple dipping treat!

Cream Cheese Toffee Dip

I’m the baby of my family. I have three older brothers and two older sisters. It goes: girl, girl, boy, boy, boy, me. You can guess who got teased the most! The brother, who is right above me in the line-up and is three years older than me, used to joke around and tease me all the time while we were growing up.

When I was a teenager, he would tease me mercifully about how I only liked boys who wore baseball caps. If a boy my age was wearing a baseball cap, chances are Jen was going to fall for him, no matter what he looked like. Yep, feel bad for me. It’s not easy having brothers. And honestly, there’s something about a guy in a baseball cap! Ha ha! ;)

Anyway, I don’t know if you’ve noticed or not, but I really like cream cheese. Usually if a recipe has cream cheese in it, I will like it. Sort of like the dude in the baseball cap.

Okay, bad analogy. But I do like cream cheese and I do like this dip and I do like it when my husband wears a baseball cap.

Seriously though…only three ingredients, takes about 30 seconds to make, tastes like creamy toffee and you can dip just about anything in it. Yum! It’s a perfect after school snack. It’s not entirely healthy but it’s a great way to sneak some apple slices into your kids!

Cream Cheese Toffee Dip
Cream Cheese Toffee Dip
 
Light cream cheese and brown sugar mixed together plus a little bit of toffee bits makes this Cream Cheese Toffee Dip the ultimate apple dipping treat!
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Recipe type: Appetizer, Dip
Ingredients
  • 1 (8-oz) package Neufchatel cream cheese (aka light cream cheese), softened
  • ½ cup light brown sugar
  • 1 Skor or Heath bar, crushed
Instructions
  1. Combine cream cheese and brown sugar in a bowl. Mix well. Mix in about half of the crushed toffee bar and stir.
  2. When serving, sprinkle with excess toffee bar crumbs. Dip apple slices, bananas, graham crackers, Nilla wafers, etc. into dip and enjoy! Can also be doubled easily for a big batch!
Cream Cheese Toffee Dip
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Comments

  1. 2

    marcie @ flavor the moments says

    I would eat this whole bowl! I love dips like this, and the fact that there’s toffee in it would make it very difficult to have any form of will power. Looks delicious!

  2. 3

    Lisa Longley says

    Jen, my husband is one of six too! And I’m the youngest too! With two older brothers, so I definitely understand the teasing. This looks so yummy!! And perfect for fall parties too!

  3. 4

    Nicole says

    ALL of those fruit dips look great. I love toffee, so this is getting pinned to my appetizer/snack board right now! Visiting from Weekend Re-treat party (bonus points to you for linking up in the #1 spot! ) :)

  4. 8

    julieseatsandtreats says

    Mmm I love dips like this. It makes me find excuses to invite people over! I grew up sandwiched in between brothers so I totally understand :)

  5. 9

    Krista says

    This looks delicious Jen, I love dips for fruit and this is a perfect
    alternative for caramel dip. :) Thanks for sharing at Show Stopper
    Saturdays.

    Krista @ Joyful Healthy Eats

  6. 10

    Amber @ DessertNowDinnerLater! says

    I need to try this! Sounds incredible! Thanks for sharing at Sweet & Savory Saturdays #29.

    ~Amber @ DessertNowDinnerLater.com

  7. 11

    Cathy@LemonTreeDwelling says

    Haha! I can’t imagine what it would have been like to have older brothers….I have 2 older sisters…totally different story! This dip sounds awesome – I LOVE toffee and am definitely going to be trying this!!

  8. 14

    Erin- Table for 7 says

    I love this dip Jen! It looks so fabulous!! Thanks so much for linking up at Share Your Stuff Tuesdays..have a great weekend :)

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