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Apples and Heath Brickle Dip

Short post today…sharing a recipe for a delicious dip with those who aren’t familiar with it.  Since getting this recipe from my friend Christy back in the 1990’s, I have probably made it over 50 times…it is THAT good.  You will want to just eat the dip straight out of the bowl with a spoon, and the apples will trick you into thinking it is some kind of “healthy” snack. 🙂* This does not have chocolate in it, so make sure that you are getting the correct Heath bits.


Wash the apples.  (I do not peel mine.)  Cut them into thin wedges and place in a large baker (non-metal).  Pour pineapple juice over the apple slices.  Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate over night.

Combine the remaining ingredients in a medium size bowl.  If you are making this right before you plan to serve it, do not refrigerate.  If you are making it the night before, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate it overnight, but take it out of the refrigerator at least an hour before serving so that it can soften.  This will make it much easier to serve.


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Gail - May 7, 2015 - 7:44 am

Hi Kelly…That dip looks deee..lishish!!!! It’s a keeper for sure especially since my hubby is allergic to chocolate (poor soul). This will be the perfect substitute. Loved your centerpiece!!!! Your boys are so very blessed to have such a wonderful Mom!!! Happy Mother’s Day by the way. My daughter is at Disney World as I write, having the time of her life. I know you are looking forward to having your sweet girl back home again. Thank you for another
great post. Blessings!
That dip IS a keeper Gail. How awful that your husband is allergic to chocolate. I would die!! Thank you for the compliment on the centerpiece.
Happy Mother’s Day to you too. Hope your daughter is having a super fun time WDW. She is there at a great time…perfect weather, and hopefully not the peak crowds of a month ago. Yes, I will be thrilled to have our daughter back home. 🙂

phyllis - June 4, 2012 - 4:29 am

You don’t have to tell me twice!
I’d be all over this….mercy.
Maybe for lunch soon 🙂
Phyllis, lunch would be good! Hope you enjoy the dip.

Susan Gentry - June 2, 2012 - 11:58 am

This is one of my favorites! I make it for our Christmas Eve party every year using red and green apples (because it’s all about presentation, right?!?) Beautiful display and tastes delicious! 🙂
Red and green apples – good idea for Christmas. At first I thought the Granny Smiths might be too tart, but they would be “toned down” some with the sweetness of the dip. I’ll have to try that next time I make it.

Janna Gray - June 2, 2012 - 9:14 am

I have used your recipe over and over again, too! And, you a right, it is always a favorite. I usually serve both red and yellow apples and it looks very colorful on the platter. You can also store the apples in the refrigerator in a covered container for several days and they do not turn or change the flavor. This idea is great for school lunches.
Good idea to use a variety of colors of apples. That would be prettier, and yes they do last in the refrigerator for awhile. It always seems that the dip runs out before the apples run out! Hmmm..wonder why that is?? It wouldn’t have anything to do with someone eating the dip without the apples could it?


the farmer's wife - June 1, 2012 - 5:19 pm

Yum! Thanks! My boys will look forward to trying this!

Kelly - June 1, 2012 - 4:47 pm

Yum! I am definitely trying this one!
I hope you do try the recipe. It is SUPER easy and super delicious!

Lindsay - June 1, 2012 - 10:50 am

I am so glad that you posted this recipe! When you mentioned it the other day, I thought it sounded sooo good 🙂 I’m definitely trying this one…thanks, Kelly!
You’re quite welcome Lindsay! If you do make it, eat a spoonful for me please! There was 1 tablespoon left after the party, and I gave it to my oldest son.

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