Caramel Apple Dipping Fun

Caramel Apple Dip

Caramel Apple Dip is simply DELICIOUS!  This recipe is incredibly easy, affordable to make and scrumptiously sweet making it a winning combination.  It’s the perfect mix of ingredients to serve for classroom parties or any upcoming fall gathering.  In fact, I just served it up while I was out and about at the Halfmoon Fall Festival; it’s first large scale public appearance.  This Caramel Dip was a big hit with a ‘thumbs up’ reaction from everyone who visited my table, which is always my favorite kind of recipe to share.

Caramel Apple Dip

Creamy Caramel Dip by Jodie Fitz

Perfect for classroom parties or any fall gathering…

5 oz. Dannon Greek Vanilla yogurt, nonfat

3 oz. Price Chopper vanilla yogurt, light

1 oz. caramel dip

Price Chopper Cinnamon


Fold the Greek vanilla yogurt, light yogurt and caramel dip together.  Wash, core and slice the apples.  Coat the apples with cinnamon and serve with the dip; see below for more details.

Little Hands: You might not want the younger kids to assist with the apple slicing, but they can easily create the dip by folding the ingredients together.  They can also have a little fun making ‘Cinnamoned’ Apples.

‘Cinnamoned’ Apples: Place the sliced apples into a Price Chopper Snap and Seal quart or gallon sized bag.  Add the cinnamon, seal and shake until the apples are fully covered with cinnamon.

The Cinnamon Measurement: The amount of cinnamon used is dependent on the number of apples. I typically use ½ teaspoon of cinnamon to 1 sliced apple.

NOTE: If you enjoyed this recipe you might want to check out last year’s release of the Creamy Orange Fruit Dip, it’s another ‘thumbs up’ winner!



19 Comments on “Caramel Apple Dipping Fun”

  1. I found your blog on the Friday Food Frenzy and this dip looks absolutely delicious! I love that it is something tasty to encourage healthier eating with kids. Who wouldn’t love apples instead of cake if you have a great dip to tempt them! My kids also love apples and peanut butter!

  2. This looks so easy and yummy! My boys love love love dipping their apples – I’m going to have to try this out 🙂

    Found you at foodie friends friday 😉

  3. Looks tasty and easy to make! I may add this to my Thanksgiving appetizers! Thanks for joining the party at Keep Calm and Link Up! Come back again this Thursday night!
    Barbara at Chase the Star
    chasethestar dot net

    1. Ahhhh – GREAT IDEA to add it as a Thanksgiving appetizer, I might follow suit :)! I often make this as an after school snack, but did serve it at a business meeting & it was a hit! Have a GREAT day…and week 🙂 ~ Jodie

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