Apple Pie Dip
As soon as I saw this recipe for Apple Pie dip, I knew it had to be made immediately. Both because it looked so good, but also because it looked so easy! I’m happy to report that it was just as simple and delicious as I expected. It really tastes like the filling of apple pie, and when eaten on top of cinnamon sugar pita chips, it’s almost too good to be true. I loved this warm, right off the stovetop, but I have to admit, I ate more than my share cold out of the refrigerator as well. Also, I can imagine this would make a pretty great ice cream topping! If you’re like me and can’t wait any longer for Fall recipes, hopefully this one will be a good start. 🙂
Apple Pie Dip
2 cups peeled, cored, and diced apple
2 tbsp fresh lemon juice
3 tbsp brown sugar
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1 Tbsp butter
1 tsp cornstarch dissolved in 1 tsp water
Cinnamon Sugar Pita Chips, for serving
Combine all ingredients in a small saucepan. Heat on medium until it’s boiling and has extracted juice from the apples. Turn the heat down to low and continue cooking/stirring until the sauce has thickend and coated the apples. Serve warm or cold with cinnamon sugar pita chips.
adapted, just slightly, from The Peach Kitchen
That dip is so unique!! What a fun idea!
This is so fun, Megan. I can’t wait to try it, my family will adore this!
I need this now! haha looks so good
OH my goodness. I would dive headfirst into this dip! I feel like I could eat the whole recipe by myself with a bag of stacey’s cinnamon sugar pita chips. I am in LOVE with dips, especially sweet ones! i love this fantastic recipe Megan!!
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Uhm yes please!! You know I’m in love with this.
What a great appetizer for the fall. It looks amazing!
Love this! What a great appetizer!
Oh wow those cinnamon pita chips look great along with this dip
I am so ready for fall! this sounds great!
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Have you seen the gingerbread pita chips in the store? As soon as I tried them, I knew they had to go with this dip. Reminds me of something they used to serve for Sunday brunch at TGIF Fridays back in the day (that I’ve been trying to replicate ever since they quit!). I think I’ve finally found the perfect combination!
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