Love fall? How about apple picking weather? This Creamy Apple Cinnamon Dip is perfect for the fresh crisp apples. Take some to your Thanksgiving gathering!
I love fall and apple season. Apples are truly my favorite fruit. Sure I like blueberries, strawberries, raspberries (basically, all berries) as well, but really, what is more versatile than the apple?
Serve it alone, with peanut butter or in a pie or dessert. Apples, my friends, are the ultimate fruit. You could even make this Creamy Apple Cinnamon Dip to dunk those delicious Gala's in.
Gala's, Jonagold, Granny Smith, Golden Delicious, it doesn't matter. It all works. Apples do have specialties when it comes to baking and applesauce making. Need a chart? I put together an apple chart here for baking, eating and sauce if you are interested.
Making this simple creamy apple cinnamon dip
This simple, 5 ingredient basic apple dip travels well, tastes great and will be the talk of the Thanksgiving, Christmas or any party table. It would also be great to take to a fall bonfire.
The ingredients are something you probably already have around the house, which is another reason to love this dip. It has cream cheese, powdered sugar, brown sugar, vanilla and cinnamon in it.
You can put all the ingredients in a bowl and mix it together. I recommend using a hand mixer or Kitchen-Aid Mixer to mix it. You can use a spoon but it just makes it creamier when you use a mixer.
Tips to make this apple dip
Be sure to let the cream cheese sit on the counter for 8 minutes or so before you make this apple dip. It will help the cream cheese soften so it will be easier to mix and it won't have lumps.
If you take this tip somewhere, you will need to make sure it gets refrigerated. You wouldn't want to leave this dip on the counter all day.
Creamy Apple Cinnamon Dip
- 8 oz cream cheese
- ¼ cup powdered sugar
- ½ cup brown sugar
- 2 teaspoon vanilla
- 2 teaspoon cinnamon
- Mix cream cheese and powdered sugar together
- Add in brown sugar and mix well
- Mix in vanilla and cinnamon
- Refrigerate leftovers