Homemade Caramel Apple Dip
Craving a caramel apple? This homemade caramel apple dip is exactly what you need in your life! All the fall flavors you’re looking for without any of the hassle or mess of traditional caramel apples.
Caramel apple dip is also a perfect go-to appetizer for fall parties, bonfires, and holidays. Or should we say apple-tizer? This Halloween and Thanksgiving, be sure to have some on hand. It’ll be the talk of the party!
How To Make Caramel Apple Dip
Our caramel apple dip is really easy to whip up and takes just four ingredients: butter, brown sugar, sweetened condensed milk, and honey.
Once the dip is ready, serve alongside fresh-cut apple wedges. Sprinkle with sea salt to really bring the flavors to life!
Produce Moms Tip: Dip apple wedges in a bit of lemon juice to prevent browning. Or even easier, serve with Crunch Pak® apple slices. They are washed with a combination of Vitamin C and calcium, a safe and natural flavorless way to prevent browning.
- 1 stick butter
- 3/4 cup brown sugar
- 1/2 cup honey
- 14 oz sweetened condensed milk
- sea salt coarse
- apple cut into wedges
- Melt butter, brown sugar & honey in a sauce pot over medium-high heat. Stir until blended & fully melted.
- Increase heat and bring the caramel to a boil. Stirring constantly, allow it to boil for 2 minutes.
- Stir in sweetened condensed milk & reduce heat to medium. Stir for approximately 2 minutes, until you have a smooth, milky caramel. Sauce will thicken upon sitting.
- Dip apple wedges into caramel sauce, sprinkle with sea salt. Enjoy!
When To Serve Caramel Apple Dip
In addition to holidays, caramel apple dip is the perfect snack for parties, game nights, and movie nights with the kids. It makes for an easy afterschool snack too! When will you serve it?
One thing is certain… no matter when or where you serve it, everyone will love it! Kids and adults both enjoy this easy appetizer.
We hope you love this easy homemade caramel apple dip as much as we do! Share your reviews in the comments below. Tag us in your apple-tizer photos on Instagram @theproducemoms.