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Cream Cheese Toffee Fruit Dip

This Cream Cheese Fruit Dip with Toffee Bits was brought to you by my partnership with Hamilton Beach. All opinions are my own.  Farmer’s Wife Rambles takes place in the Amazon affiliate network, links found below could be affiliate links where I earn a small commission.   

A couple of weeks I attended a Bridal Shower for a future member of the family and her bridesmaids set out a spread of food.  We had plenty of choices to pick from, but the one thing that was met with plate licking gusto, the Toffee Fruit Dip.  

Everyone of us in attendance was begging to get our hands on the empty bowl!  When I inquired about what it was, “oh just a fruit dip with cream cheese, brown sugar and heath bars mashed up.”  Well I can achieve that at home!

Toffee fruit dip in a white bowl and apples.

With ladies night happening in the near future, I am planning my menu and can’t wait to share this recipe with all the girls.  I can guarantee we will all be standing around waiting to lick the bowl clean with our wine in hand!  

As I am planning this girls night, I had to fine tune the apple dip recipe that I was given at the bridal shower.  For this process, I busted out my trusty Hamilton Beach Soft Scrape Handmixer (still going strong 5 years later).  

As I prepped for girls night in I knew that one batch would not be enough of this amazing dip.  For instances like this I knew I could trust my Hamilton Beach 6 Speed Stand Mixer.  I like this mixer because of course it’s a stand mixer.  A few other bonuses is that it’s lightweight, short enough to actually fit on my counter and durable enough to mix up a couple batches of cookie dough at the same time.  

Cream cheese fruit dip with toffee bits in a white bowl and strawberries.

So far our favorite item to use with this cream cheese fruit dip is strawberries, but granny smith apples makes a wonderful combination of flavors. Sweet and sour all at the same time.

Cream Cheese Fruit Dip with Toffee Bits Recipe

Cream Cheese Fruit Dip with Toffee Bits

Cream Cheese Fruit Dip with Toffee Bits

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Additional Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours 15 minutes
Amazing cream cheese fruit dip with toffee bits that will leave your guests begging for more!

Ingredients

  • 8 ounces cream cheese - softened
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 3/4 cup toffee bits found with the chocolate chips

Instructions

  1. Combine all 4 ingredients.
  2. Allow to chill in the refrigerator for 2 hours before serving.
Love cream cheese as much as I do?  Check out this cream cheese dessert dip with lemon or this fall fruit dessert dip.  

What items could you see yourself using to eat this AMAZING Toffee Fruit Dip with? Cookies, fruit, graham crackers, spoons?

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41 COMMENTS

  • Katie Oden

    I think I would make some sort of fall treat, like pumpkin cheesecake cookies or bars perhaps!!

  • Thomas Murphy

    I would make a cake.

  • Amanda Sakovitz

    Id make sugar cookies

  • Tanya Cox

    A yummy red velvet cake with cream cheese frosting or something for my baby shower.

  • Colleen Boudreau

    Cupcakes.

  • Jasmine P

    I would make brownies!

  • I would make meringues!! can’t whip those by hand for life

    • Brandy
      AUTHOR

      Those are so hard to whip! I admire anyone who tries to even whip them by hand.

  • Lauren E.

    pizza dough

  • Anne Marie Carter

    Chocolate Chip Cookies would be the first thing that I would make with this mixer.

  • Cindy Ray

    Cupcakes or muffins

  • saminder gumer

    i would make oatmeal chocolate cookies.

  • Lilyana Cruz

    I would make a Chocoflan!!

  • shana vaughn

    I would make chocolate chip cookies!

  • Cathy Burnett

    I would make a fresh apple cake!!!

  • Ancilla J.

    I would make a cheese cake.

  • Debbie Welchert

    I would like to try and make some bread.

  • lori clark

    I would make a red velvet cake!

  • Connie Lee

    The first thing I would make would be a chocolate cake.

  • jennifer aikens

    pink lemonaid cupcakes with lemon cream cheese frosting! That recipe sounds so good!

  • Cheryl Abdelnour

    I would make chocolate chip cookies.

  • christine burd

    I would make my grandmother’s chocolate cake

  • Janet W.

    I would make chocolate chip cookies with my new mixer!

  • Mary Beth Elderton

    I make oatmeal raisin cookies every week for Hubz’ lunch–the stand mixer would make that much easier.

  • sandra

    maybe some molasses cookies

  • Maria B

    I would whip up some cookies with this mixer.

  • Deb K

    The first thing I would make is a chocolate cake!

  • Meena R

    I would make cake or sugar cookies!

  • Keri

    Sounds SOOOO GOOD! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  • Dede

    I’d use bagel thins — or maybe graham crackers. Pinning this recipe; I bet the girls at work would love it!

    • Brandy
      AUTHOR

      I have never thought of bagel thins. Can’t wait to try them with this recipe!

  • Cristi C

    That looks absolutely delicious. And I hope I win the mixer. I only have a hand mixer right now. Thanks for the chance!!

    • Brandy
      AUTHOR

      Good luck!

  • Patty

    I would make PB&J with bagel thins. Mmmmmm

  • nicole dz

    I would make sloppy joes and stuff it inside a Pocket Thin. Great way to hold it all and no mess!

  • Chandra Ray

    I would make a awesome tuna fish salad or chicken salad sandwich!!

  • allyson rideout

    I’d make a nice sweet spread to dip the bagel chips in.

  • mysweetiepiepie

    With the mixer I’d make a sandwich spread to use on the Bagel Thins.

  • I would make a ham salad sandwich. This is a great giveaway. I love hamilton beach. Thank you for the opportunity and love your recipe. Repinned it 🙂

  • Lisa Brown

    I would make a liverwurst sandwich with the bagel thins; I would love to win this set of mixers and I would make a cheesecake with them, thank you for the chance to win 🙂

  • Sandra VanHoey

    With the blender I would make either cookies or an apple cake I have been wanting again

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