Hello E-Trenders as we celebrate apple season we wanted to share more app-licious inspiration!
We added an ET presentation twist! Check it out...
Start with Marzetti's caramel dip and add softened cream cheese...
Using 1/2 pint size mason jars - fill half way with the caramel and cream cheese mixture.
Wipe the inside edge of the jar and add a caramel layer on top of the mixture.
Sprinkle Heath Bits on top of the caramel layer.
Cover the mason jar with a lid to secure freshness.
Here is the presentation twist E-Trenders...
Create individual favors by adding a caramel dip filled mason jar to the bottle of a medium size cellophane bag.
Now place an apple on top of the 1/2 pint mason jar.
Tie the cellophane bag with a colorful ribbon and natural raffia.
This is a perfect party takeaway or favor for Thanksgiving!
Caramel Apple Dip
8 oz. cream cheese (softened)
Marzetti's Caramel Dip (15 oz.)
Heath Bits (found in the baking aisle)
Mix a generous scoop of caramel and the cream cheese together and spread in a pie plate.
ET Tip: Make individual caramel dip favors by filling in 1/2 pint size mason jars!
Top with remaining caramel. Followed by a solid layer of Heath bits. Serve with apple wedges.
E-Trenders we have another apple dip tip for you! In our previous ET apple post here, we showcased delish dipped apples.
If you are looking to take your apple dipping skill set to the next level just ask E-Trender Annette Chapman, Director of Restaurant Outlets at the Royal Park Hotel.
We recently asked Annette to share some tips with our E-Trenders. Annette handcrafts dipped apples and has a passion for chocolate making! Check out this quad-dipped apple layered in creamy caramel and triple dipped in white, milk and dark chocolate! Is your mouth watering yet E-Trenders?
Annette starts with dipping the apple in caramel and recommends using tart Granny Smith apples which compliments the sweetness of the chocolate and caramel. After the caramel cools, dip the apple in tempered white chocolate, let cool and continue this process with milk and dark chocolate. Annette also recommends crushing candy bars and adding the candy to the bottom base of the apple. Each apple is about two pounds of pure heaven! Annette suggests using a knife to cut and serve apple slices for dessert which is a sweet alternative to pie or cake slices.
In a hurry this holiday season? If you are interested in purchasing these apples during the holiday season feel free to email Annette directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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