Vegan and Sugar-Free Caramel Apple Dip
We had a party last weekend with 30 lovely guests, many gored pumpkins and a bunch of rambunctious kids. And what went fastest? Apple slices. I know, who would have thought? Granted, they were my favorites, fresh from the farmer’s market, and some was due to parental nudging in that direction, but a bunch was voluntary, too.
But it was the dip that really sealed the deal. Rich caramel flavor…and completely vegan and sugar-free. You know you want some…
2/3 cup reduced fat coconut milk
1 1/3 cup coconut sugar
½ tsp stevia concentrate (optional, but more caramel-like)
1 generous tablespoon macadamia butter
Boil and reduce coconut milk and sugar for approx 15 min over medium-low heat. Add in other ingredients and aggressively whisk. It will thicken as it cools for perfect dipping consistency.
Cheryl Harris has a Master’s in Public Health, is a Registered Dietitian, Certified Wellness Coach, and Certified Lactation Counselor. She strives to make healthy eating easy and works with her clients to make healthy eating habits stick for good. Cheryl has been honored as the Virginia Dietietics Association Dietetics Leader of the Year for 2012 and received a Leadership Award from Department of Health in DC in 2005. Cheryl is also a gluten-free expert. Her recipes can be found on her blog Gluten-Free Goodness. For more information on Cheryl, check out her website Harris Whole Health.