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The Most AMAZING Apple Pie Party Dip

This apple pie party dip is AMAZING. Like forget anything else on the menu, just pull up a chair and dig in kind of amazing.

It’s almost silly how easy this no bake dessert recipe is, but trust me. Add some cinnamon sugar tortilla “chips” as dippers, and you will be in heaven.

Ok, so I know technically I still have a few hours before Tuesday starts, but I’m tired and want to go to bed. And tomorrow I’m sleeping in as late as I can before I run to the gym — pun intended.

I’m also babysitting a friend’s twins who are good friends with Little Miss all afternoon after I visit kindergarten to observe. Needless to say, I’m not expecting much time to remember to do this tomorrow.

I had to think really hard about what to put up this week. Finally on Saturday, we did appetizer night with friends.

I made cheddar ale fondue with all sorts of nummies, and I also made an apple pie dip that just rocked. Even Little Miss (my dairy free girl!) could eat it when I gave her uncooked tortillas that didn’t have the butter on them. It’s even relatively healthy!

So without further ado, enjoy the Monday night edition of Tasty Tuesday!

How to Make Apple Pie Party Dip

1 1/3 c apples, diced
1 t lemon juice
2 t brown sugar
2 t apricot preserves
1/8 t cinnamon
5 6″ tortillas
2 t unsalted butter
1/2 t cinnamon
1 1/2 T sugar

Peel and core the apples, then dice them into bite or smaller sized pieces. Combine apples, lemon juice, brown sugar, preserves, and cinnamon in a bowl. Cover and refrigerate until chilled.

To make the cinnamon sugar tortilla chips, melt the butter. Brush the tortillas with butter; cut into wedges with a pizza peel or sharp knife.

Arrange the wedges on cookie sheet lined with a silpat.

Mix sugar and cinnamon in a small bowl, then sprinkle the wedges with the cinnamon and sugar mix.

Bake at 350° until golden, about 10 minutes. Cool before serving.

Arrange tortilla wedges around the bowl to dip. This apple pie party dip is best enjoyed the same day you make it.

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  1. Jill says:

    Yummy, another recipe I have to print!

  2. bettyl says:

    That really looks delicious! I have made the tortillas alone, but the dip is one I must try!

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