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Our Sunday School class at church has pretty much become accustomed to being my guinea pigs when it comes to new recipes. I mean, they are willing, but guinea pigs nonetheless. For Thanksgiving, we always have lots of appetizers and other “snacky” foods to munch on while the big meal is in the oven. After bringing this to class and getting the collective thumbs up, I’m planning to make this Easy Toffee Dip for Thanksgiving for sure!
I got these nifty new Rubbermaid containers that are destined to become my new favorite thing. We have so many church picnics, baby showers, Christmas parties and potlucks to bring food to that I know I will get lots of use out of them! The top one in the picture is called the Party Platter.
The large divided base keeps different types of food separated, while a smaller leak-proof Twist & Seal™ inner container holds the dip and nests snuggly into the base. How cool is that? It made my morning a lot less complicated because all I had to do was pop on the cover and we were ready to go!
I served pretzels, wafer cookies, apple slices and pineapple chunks with the toffee dip. Graham crackers or ‘Nilla wafers would have been really good with this as well!
Easy Toffee Dip
- 8 oz. cream cheese softened
- 7 oz. one tub marshmallow fluff
- 1/2 cup about 1/2 of an 8 oz. bag Heath toffee pieces
- Using a blender, mix cream cheese and marshmallow fluff together. Add in toffee pieces and mix on lowest setting until well-combined.
- Serve immediately or refrigerate until ready to eat.
I also brought deviled eggs in my Party Serving Kit (also super duper cool.) It has a couple different trays that sit inside it and make it easy to bring difficult to package items (like eggs and cupcakes) along with you. The lid snaps on tight and then you can carry it around by the handle. Easy to find, easy to use! But, a word of warning: make SURE the lid is actually snapped on all the way. I was in a rush and popped down the lid without getting it snapped correctly, and this was the sad, sad result:
Suffice it to say, lesson learned. That one was all human error, unfortunately. So the Sunday School class only got a dozen deviled eggs. The other dozen went to the dog or the kids. You know- 5 second rule! And this was the best picture I could get after that debacle.
Well, they couldn’t have been all that bad, because they are gone already. Maybe I’ll even make them again for Thanksgiving. Maybe. 🙂
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