English Toffee Dip

I’m not exactly sure what to call this dip. The name that first comes to my mind is “bowl of total awesomeness that makes me want to actually eat fruit”. But that’s pretty long. So I guess I’ll stick with English Toffee Dip.

A co-worker brought this into work a little while back and said “try it.” I looked into the bowl and thought “are you kidding me?!” I wasn’t sure what it was. Raisins or nuts maybe? A little scary for me. Plus he had apples to dip into it. Apples! I’m not saying I won’t eat fruit. I’ll eat apples (with a yummy layer of caramel covering it!) And I’ll eat melon. But most fruit doesn’t appeal to me at all (no pun intended.) But I sucked it up and tried it – for my co-workers sake. After all, I didn’t want to be rude.

OH MY HECK!!! Can I just say that in the last two weeks I have eaten over a dozen apples! Serious! (Let’s leave out the fact that I’ve also eaten 4 bricks of cream cheese!) =o)

It’s really easy to make and so worth every single calorie!

Here’s what you’ll need:
* Cream cheese
* Heath candy bars (I used 3)
* apples

Yep, that’s it!

Leave the cream cheese on the counter for about an hour or so (to soften it.) Meanwhile, crunch up the Heath candy bars. Smash them up really good! Now mix the two together. And there you have it. The best darn apple dip you will ever eat!


I linked up with:
Skip to My Lou
It’s So Very Cheri
Sumo’s Sweet Stuff
Tempt My Tummy Tuesday
Tuesday Tastes at Crazy Daisy
Mommy’s Kitchen
A Southern Fairy Tale
Tuesdays at the Table
Tot Tuesdays
Anything Related
New Nostalgia
Sunday Showcase
Look What I Made
Pony Tails and Fish Scales
Simply Designing

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  1. Hahahaha…I can’t believe something would get you to eat apples. This must be pretty awesome good. Oh boy, I know I would love it too.

  2. What a great recipe! Sounds delicious…cream cheese and Heath Bars..has to be good! Thanks for sharing it. This will definitely be a hit in my house, and I love how simple it is and that it will get everyone to eat fruit..lol.

  3. Yum!!

    Thanks for sharing.

  4. I think I will have to try this! Thanks for sharing at Tuesday Tastes!

    Happy Day~
    Jasey @ Crazy Daisy

  5. Oh, this stuff looks addicting. I’ll have to add it to my summer snacking menu.

  6. Looks fabulous!! so glad I found your blog through All Thingz Related.

    Have a beachy week…

    Marie @ Sally Lee by the Sea
    “Celebrating the Coastal Lifestyle”

  7. Cream cheese will make anything taste better! I’d probably eat brussels sprouts if they were slathered in this! It sounds amazing and i might just make this dip for my next party! (or I might just make it and hide in the corner with a dozen apples). 🙂

  8. This looks like it would be an instant hit in my family!

  9. This looks so good! Thank you for visiting my blog! I signed up to be a new follower.

  10. Yep, I can see why you have eaten so many apples…it sounds delicious! I guess it goes to show you can judge a food by it’s appearance, right? 🙂 – http://www.delightfulcountrycookin.com

  11. Oh that looks so so so good. I want to make some right now. I also love the puff paint idea, I’m going to try that with my daughter, thanks for the fun ideas!

  12. I have had this before. It is wonderful.

  13. Yum! This looks do delicious! I cannot wait to try it out on my kids…or perhaps I may eat it all before they make it home!!

  14. Well, YUM! How easy and so tasty! Thanks for the recipe and linking to TMTT.

  15. This looks yummy! I would have never thought apples and heath bars! Sounds delish! Thanks so much for joining The Sunday Showcase! I greatly appreciate it. Hope you are enjoying your week! ~ Stephanie Lynn

  16. I love the first title! hahahaha This looks YUMMY! Thanks for joining us for Anything Related! ~Bridgette

  17. That looks scrumptious!!! Thanks for linking up @PonyTails&FishScales!


  18. Thanks for linking such a YUMMO recipe to Tuesday Tastes! People’s Choice Award polls are open, stop by and vote for your fav when you get a chance! http://crazyjayzplace.blogspot.com/2010/06/tuesday-tastes-peoples-choice-award-10.html

    Happy Day,
    Jasey @ Crazy Daisy

  19. just wanted to let you know i featured this post today. thanks again for linking up to “AP Tuesdays!”

  20. Just headed to the store to pick up these ingredients! Can’t wait to try it!

  21. Oh this looks sooooo yummy!

    Thanks so much for linking it up! I hope you will join me again next week for the link up party!


  22. Yum! Looks so good! Not sure my son would get any though-I might eat it all! Thanks for linking up to my party this week!

  23. I just announced you as a People’s Choice winner! Congrats! Here’s a link!


    Happy Day,
    Jasey @ Crazy Daisy

  24. Looks like you are going to have to add the award twice to your sidebar with captions titling your recipes! How very exciting!

  25. My mom makes an amazing apple dip. All she does is soften cream cheese, spread it in a glass pie pan, pour caramel over it [ice cream topping kind] then puts crushed pecans over that and has it set over night. It’s amazing by far!! At my daughters party — it was the first to go!

  26. This looks super yummy! And the apples make it totally completely healthy:)

  27. Thank you for sharing…I can’t wait to make this. I mean I can’t wait! I’m heading to the corner gas station to buy Heath Bars. Immediately. I may just eat the entire dip tonight! I have 2 apples on hand, and when I run out of those I’m going to use ‘Nilla Wafers, and when those are gone, I’m gonna get a spoon! Yumm!

  28. Now that’s an awesome dip! When I first read it I though the recipe called for healthy candy bars – then realized it was Heath candy bars. I’m just going to pretend Heath and healthy are the same thing 🙂

  29. Sherry Compton says:

    How easy and fun! Kids are going to love it with the candy bar pieces mixed in. Pretty soon they will want to do that with all dips. 🙂 Never thought of this but can’t wait to try it.