Whipped Cinnamon-Cider Dip

I have this dip available all through the Holidays it is sooooooo good! I will usually have apple crisps, or fresh sliced apples to use with this cold dip.

I use a stand mixer with paddle attachment and add 8 ounces softened cream cheese, 8 ounce tub of Cool Whip topping (at room temperature), one tablespoon of cinnamon, 1/4 cup apple cider (not apple juice!), run mixer on low to begin the combining process, scrapes the sides of bowl and run 2 minutes on high to well combine. Transfer to a serving dish, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate at least on hour before serving.

Peel, core and slice your favorite apples, or apple crisps and dig in, you will love this cold dip!

Enjoy! Cheryl “Cheffie Cooks” Wiser.

Happy Holidays!

See YOU!

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11 thoughts on “Whipped Cinnamon-Cider Dip

    • Started 2 years ago with Tasty Kitchen.com-then I did the web the giveaway is one 1/2 yrs. ago. Then three others are over one year old, it is because I have so many interests and love to share. Its my nature I suppose. Call me “Crazy” ??? I just post every other day on most of them. Whenever I have a few minutes I write and draft and get back to it! Reminds me of college and all those papers! Glad that’s done with LOL. I sent you an email! Hugs to YA -sista-Cheryl

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      • Lol that is awesome! I use to post every day, sometimes twice a day. Then I started Foodify, and my life is pretty crazy with catering, events, a food group, and more. The book itself took me about two half months, but I am formatting it now to be on Amazon, and adding new recipes to it as well. 🙂 Thank you for the email chicka. I replied back. Hugs back!

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