Autumn and all of the fall holidays put me in the mood for all things apple. From hot apple cider to apple pie and caramel apples, when I think of fall I think apples. I’ve even bobbed for apples once at a Halloween party although I didn’t really love that experience! I’d much rather eat apples than bob for them!
I recently had the opportunity to try Marzetti Caramel Dips and I was excited because I hadn’t had the opportunity to try them in quite a while but I can remember eating them with apples a lot when I was younger. I loved them then and I can say I love them now. I may even love them more now because they offer a light variety so I can dip my apples slices without any guilt!
The Caramel Dips are great for any occasion whether you’re entertaining for the holidays, trying to satisfy your sweet tooth, or putting together a snack for your kids. You’re not limited to apple slices either. I recommend trying other fruits such as pears, pretzels (especially if you can find the Peanut Butter Caramel Dip!), Ritz crackers, and even pound cake. Of course, if you want to stay on the healthier side of snacking, definitely go with the apples!
If you’re like me, you might realize that you can do more with a product like Marzetti Caramel Dips than just dip apple slices in it. Here are some great ideas for using the caramels dips:
- Impress guests at the next neighborhood get-together or family party with the rich taste of Chocolate Caramel Squares
- Keep them reaching for seconds by preparing a decadent fruit flight appetizer with pineapple pieces, banana slices and apple wedges drizzled with Marzetti Old Fashioned Caramel Dip
- Create a fun treat for your kid’s sleepover with these simple Caramel Dipped Marshmallow Treats
Buy it! Marzetti Caramel Dips are available in the produce section of your local grocery store. They are available for the suggested retail price of $3.99 per 16 oz. package although prices may vary by store.
Formula Mom Disclosure: I received a free product for review purposes. However, all opinions and experiences are 100% my own.