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Heath Bar Apple Dip

Heath bits for Heath Bar Apple Dip

Heath bars were included in U.S. soldiers' rations during World War II because they had been found to have a very long shelf life. The Heath bar was originally marketed as a health food, claiming to use only the finest ingredients - for your Heath Bar Apple Dip! One early ad read: "Heath for better health!" Another candy often included in soldiers' rations was M&M's because they didn't melt easily.


1 tablespoon butter
1 8-ounce package cream cheese
1/2 cup sugar
3/4 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 bag Heathbar Bits (or Skor)
Apple wedges (Granny smith, or Roma)


Cream together cream cheese, sugars, and vanilla.

Stir heathbar bits (or Skor) in with spoon.

Serve with granny smith or roma apple wedges

Recipe Note

Cut apples into pineapple juice to keep them from turning brown.


Make this into Toffee-Apple Dip but using one, 8-ounce package of toffee bits in place of the heath bits.

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