Caramel Apple Dip is a creamy caramel sauce for apples that will leave your sweet tooth satisfied! This cream cheese apple dip recipe is what every party needs! This apple dip is a lightened-up version of our favorite sweet snack, it’s easy to make, and it is gone in minutes every time.
What’s in this Caramel Apple Dip Recipe?
There’s just something about caramel and apples together. It’s so perfect for autumn! If the weather is getting cool you better believe we are making this dip. This cream cheese caramel apple dip is creamy, dreamy, and just a little lighter on the calories and sugar.
- Fat-Free Cream Cheese: Makes this dip creamy and decadent but less fatty.
- Light Cool Whip: Makes the dip light and fluffy in texture.
- Sugar-Free Caramel Sauce: Adds rich caramel flavor without all the sugar.
- White Chocolate Chips: Add a pop of creamy white chocolate flavor and crunch to the dip.
Pro Tip: You can use full-fat versions of the ingredients for a more indulgent dip.
Variations on Caramel Dip for Apples
There are so many ways to change up this dip! Try adding regular chocolate chips for a pop of chocolate flavor or crushed toffee pieces for a buttery toffee flavor. Fold in some pumpkin pie spice for a warm, spicy flavor, or add in some chopped nuts for a nutty flavor.
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Any apple is great for dipping. I love Honeycrisp, but Braeburn, Pink Lady, or Gala are also delicious. For a tart pairing, opt for Granny Smith!
Yes, this dip needs to be refrigerated. You can leave it out at room temperature for up to 2 hours without issue, though.
If properly stored, this dip will last for up to 5 days.
How to Store
This caramel apple dip should stay fresh for 3-5 days when properly stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator. It’s great that it lasts a few days, but I always prefer it on the first day or two after making it. So delish!
I made this creamy caramel dip with apples in mind, so of course I recommend serving this with apple slices (green or red, whichever you prefer!). But there are plenty of other uses for this recipe.
“Bliss. Pure, sheer, utter bliss. Cannot wait to cover everything in this major deliciousness!” – Karly