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Apple dip:

1 pkg cream cheese-I use the lowfat or Nauftel(sp?)

1 C brown sugar-I use 1/2 C

1 tsp vanilla extract

Mix until smooth and enjoy!

I eat this with granny smith apples.

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I have had the pleasure of the above mentioned dip, it's also great with cinnamon. The texture is of a very smooth icing, and I think would be excellent on cake also.

Recently a good friend of mine made a "cheese cake" out of cream cheese and chocolate. The crust was Glutano shortbread cookies, crushed and butter added. It held together well and has a wonderful flavor. I'm not sure of the exact measurements, I can find out if anyone is interested! Good Day to All! Dawn

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Apple dip:

1 pkg cream cheese-I use the lowfat or Neuchatel

1 C brown sugar-I use 1/2 C

1 tsp vanilla extract

I have a very similar recipe except the sugar is half cup brown and a fourth cup white and then the crowning ingredient is a half of a package (approx. 3/4 c) toffee bits (either Heath or SKOR, both are gluten-free) then refrigerate for about an hour or more after mixing with the cream cheese and vanilla so that the sugar and toffee have time to dissolve. It is the biggest hit at parties. I sometimes add vanilla yogurt for extra creaminess.

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I have a very similar recipe except the sugar is half cup brown and a fourth cup white and then the crowning ingredient is a half of a package (approx. 3/4 c) toffee bits (either Heath or SKOR, both are gluten-free) then refrigerate for about an hour or more after mixing with the cream cheese and vanilla so that the sugar and toffee have time to dissolve. It is the biggest hit at parties. I sometimes add vanilla yogurt for extra creaminess.

If you're looking for something with a bit less sugar, try adding 7 to 10 oz of marshmallow creme to one package of cream cheese and whip together. WHOOOEEE! Works really good on top of Bob's red mill chocolate cake. Although it's a fruit dip recipe. And you can add flavors like orange and ginger or strawberry syrup or what have you.

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