Salted caramel fruit dip is rich, gooey salted caramel, simply perfect for dipping fresh fruit.
With all of the cooking and baking that I do for this here little website, I often forget to share the simplest recipes that I make most often. To be quite honest, it usually takes one of The Sons to say, “Hey, Mom! You have got to share this one on your blog!”
Salted Caramel Fruit Dip is a recipe so good and simple, it’s senseless not to share it. I make it all year long, taking advantage of all of the great fresh fruit available. It’s the perfect dip, as well as a delicious topping over homemade ice cream. I’ve been making it for about a million years. Okay, 10 years, because my kids were begging for the store bought tubs of brown goo in the produce aisle.
I admit to caving to the tub a time or two, but the skeevy ingredients list always makes me cringe.
Salted Caramel Fruit Dip can be made in under 15 minutes, from a handful of easily pronounceable ingredients. So simple. So delicious! Salted Caramel Fruit Dip is perfectly wonderful for dredging just about any fruit, cookies, or even pretzels through.
Real Talk: I’ve been known to grab a spoonful of salted caramel fruit dip straight out of the fridge. You should too.