Years ago, when I was still having babies and subsequently, baby showers thrown for me, a friend included something on the menu that I quickly fell in love with – Olive & Cream Cheese Dip! I had never thought about combining the two ingredients. This was originally served with croissants…yummy…but Ritz Crackers are just as delicious and I always have those on hand. All you need is: 1 – 12 oz tub Philadelphia Whipped Cream Cheese 1 – 4.25 oz can Early California Chopped Olives In a small mixing bowl, combine the cream cheese and olives; mix well. Keep chilled until serving. The great thing about this dip is that it only takes a couple of minutes to make, I always have the ingredients on hand and it is easy to put together when I need to come up with something last minute. May also be served with fresh vegetables. If you like black olives, this tasty dip is sure to hit the spot!
This dip is out-of-this world delicious! Enough said…or is it? I could go on and on…everyone that tries it does! One of the main reason behind serving this with apples is because it eliminates the need for utensils. Using a slice of an apple helps you get some of your daily servings of fruit in. You will learn early on that you should get a good scoop of it on each slice, since double-dipping is socially unacceptable…and yes, you will have to keep an eye on the dip – the dip-partakers might just forget their manners! You could always encourage your guests to use plates, but you might want to double this recipe or there won’t be enough to go around. If there does happen to be any left, lock the frig or it will mysteriously disappear overnight. Yep…this Heath Toffee Cream Cheese Apple Dip is THAT good! Heath Toffee Cream Cheese Apple Dip 2 – 8 oz. packages cream cheese, softened 1/2 cup white granulated sugar 1/2 cup brown sugar, well packed 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla 1/2 a 8 oz. package Heath Toffee Candy Bits Let the cream sit out until it softens. Add the two sugars and the vanilla. Whip together until smooth and creamy. Add about 1/2 the package of the Heath Toffee bits and whip it up a little more. Chill for a few hours or overnight. This will