Once upon a time, I had a container of Marzetti’s caramel dip in my fridge, plus some fresh apples and pears. Instantly, this caramel apple cheesecake dip popped into my mind.
I always bounce my “fabulous ideas” off of Matt. He was in total agreement! This caramel apple cheesecake dip turned out better than either of us imagined. Matt and I had this devoured in just 24 hours. The kids didn’t even know it was up for grabs before the pie plate was licked clean.
Here’s what you’ll love about this recipe:
Crushed graham crackers
Creamy, sweet no-bake cheesecake
Marzetti’s caramel dip
Fluffy, whipped topping
Although this no bake dessert dip is good enough to eat with just a spoon, it’s also the perfect pairing with slices of fresh pears and apples. This also makes the dip a great after school snack for tired kiddos!
Tips for making this recipe:
The apple pie cheesecake dip recipe itself is very easy. The hardest part of putting it together is making sure not to mess up the graham cracker layer too much when you spoon on the cheesecake.
Press the graham crackers into a pie dish. Or you can use a square or round cake pan if you’d like. If you happen to have a glass dish, you can use that so the pretty cheesecake layers show through.
Put the cheesecake batter in big spoonfuls over the crumbs and gently spread it out to the sides of the pie plate, being careful not to mess up the graham crackers.
Then top with caramel dip and whipped topping.
We added crushed peanuts to the top for a salty peanut crunch.
Caramel Apple Cheesecake Dip
4.42 from 51 votes
Caramel Apple Cheesecake Dip is a layered, sweet, salty and scrumptious dessert dip, packed with sliced apples and pears. It’s one of the best apple recipes for apple picking season!
Absolutely loved this. Made it for the Super Bowl and it got rave reviews from everyone! The only change I made was to use crushed Heath bar pieces instead of nuts, as I wasn’t sure if anyone attending had any allergies. Served with sharp green apple slices.
Oh my gosh julie, this looks incredible! I bet your husband was right, the salty crunch of the peanuts sounds awesome with the smooth caramel and cheesecake dip. I must try this!
this sounds fantastic, peanuts included! great for Halloween parties…