How To Make Caramel Apple Dip

Tired of baking calorie-bursting cakes and cookies, but still want to offer something sweet? As the warmer months come, cooks are looking for ways to incorporate the fresh fruit flavors that reflect the season. Whether you prefer to eat your apples cold and crisp or warm and baked, this caramel apple dip is a great addition to a summer cook-out or mid-afternoon treat. The crowd pleaser will go quickly, so be sure to make plenty if you plan on sharing! You can make a dense caramel version for a true caramel apple taste, or a fluffier, cream cheese-based variety. Both are equally delicious. Rinse the sliced apples in a mixture of lemon juice and water to prevent browning. To make a quick fluffy dip, combine cream cheese, caramel ice cream topping, brown sugar and marshmallow cream. In this video, Chef Mark provides an online cooking lesson for making a delicious caramel apple dip. For more great cooking demonstration videos, subscribe to the LearnToCookOnline YouTube channel.

Caramel Dip for Apples Recipe

8 oz. of granulated sugar
2 oz. of water
1 tsp. lemon juice
6 oz. of heavy cream or sweetened condensed milk

1. Add sugar, water and lemon juice, in a heavy saucepan over medium-low heat.
2. Raise heat to medium-high and bring to a boil, stirring carefully away from you, and stir constantly for about 5-8 minutes. When caramelized and fluid, cool on ice bath slightly
3. Add warmed heavy cream (140oF) to caramel and lower heat to medium and cook for 4-5 minutes, stirring to incorporate all the cream.
4. Remove from heat, let cool before serving.

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  1. This is not “cooking” This is not a “recipe”. This is the mixing of some nasty junk food to make a nasty junk food. Please don’t call this learning to cook.