I made this for my parent’s 40th Wedding Anniversary, and it was a huge hit. My nephew, Andy, said it best. “I don’t normally eat apples, but this dip is good.” Truer words have never been spoken.
This dip rocks. I’m pretty sure you could put it on an old shoe and it would taste good. I do not recommend you actually waste this precious dip on your old shoes. (And why are you attempting to eat them anyway? Because I said to? Yeesh.)
I only slightly modified this recipe from the original, which came from Macaroni and Cheesecake. She has a really fun site ,so check it out if you haven’t already. I made the dip the night before so the toffee chips weren’t as crunchy, which we actually preferred. But if you prefer crunchy – I wouldn’t make it too far in advance of serving.
This dip would make a great addition to your Thanksgiving buffet or to offer as a snack for the big game (which I know nothing about but am totally rooting for your team) or anytime you darn well want to make it.