Party Toffee Dip

Hey Everyone! Sorry I’ve been a bit MIA. I just got back from the Big Apple! It was a blast & I’ll be posting about all our adventures soon. Then when we got back I was a bit under the weather, so I apologize that you’ve had those cream puffs to look at for a week now! I think this is the longest I’ve ever gone without posting something new.

We had our first Christmas gathering to go to Monday night and I had cream cheese to use up. I was racking my brain and remembered this toffee dip recipe. I have made this dip several times and it always gets rave reviews. Everyone always asks, ‘what’s in this and can I have the recipe?’ I serve it with apples and graham crackers. This is great for an holiday party and so fast to whip up. It literally takes like 10 minutes or so and most of that is cutting up the apples! Oh and this calls for one bag of Bits o’ Brickle and one bag almond toffee bits. I couldn’t find just the plain almond toffee bits, so I used two bags of the bits o’ brickle and it worked great.

Party Toffee Dip
Source: My friend Jill

2 8 oz. blocks cream cheese (I used one 1/3 less fat and one fat free)
1 cup light brown sugar, lightly packed
1 cup granulated sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
2 bags Heath Bits o’ Brickle toffee bits

Beat together the cream cheese, sugars, and vanilla until combined and whipped to a fluffy consistency. Gently fold in the toffee bits. Refrigerate or serve right away with sliced apples and graham crackers.

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  1. That sounds just divine! I will have to make some for the next party I get invited too!

  2. I've never seen this! It looks INCREDIBLE!!

  3. This is so different, I love the idea though! I love toffee.

  4. This dip sounds like something I would love. I will have to try it out. Hope you had fun in NYC!

  5. I don't know what bits o brickle is or where to find it..but I certainly will look for it. I have a company hosted Christmas brunch to attend next week and this would be devine!

  6. Do you think you could make it with plain yogurt or cool whip? I know it wouldn't be as thick but would the last be the same for less calories?

    I made a great pumpkin dip at Thanksgiving: can pumpkin puree, container of cool whip, box of vanilla pudding powder. Mix together slowly and in parts. Add 1 tspn pumpkin pie spice and mix well.

  7. A great dip for any holiday party!

  8. Oh does that ever look good. Great idea!

  9. That sounds amazing…love dips like that for fruit!

  10. Free Samples says:

    Wow, this is awesome! I've never seen or heard of this made my mouth water! Awesome work!!

  11. Audra-I found it in the baking aisle where the chocolate chips are.

    Meredith- This might work with cool whip, it would just not be as thick, definitely worth a try though. For less calories I would just use all fat free cream cheese and sub splenda for the sugar.