I’m not exaggerating when I say that this Warm Vegan Sugar Cookie Caramel Dip may just be the best thing I’ve ever eaten in my LIFE. Think of this as your childhood caramel dip, but kicked up a notch with a sugar cookie-like twist. Plus, this recipe is super healthy – it’s gluten-free, vegan-friendly, and refined sugar-free, making it the perfect healthy snack for anytime of day! I love to eat this dip with fresh apple slices, but there’s truly no wrong way to eat this delicious treat.
There are very few times that I will claim that something is the best thing that I’ve ever eaten, but friends, when I say that this is the best thing I’ve ever eaten… I am not kidding. This recipe has blown my mind, and has completely changed the way that I snack throughout the day. I am obsessed with this Warm Sugar Cookie Caramel Dip, and I’ll admit, I’ve been eating it by the spoonful every day.
As a kid, I used to LOVE eating caramel dip with my apple slices, but as I got older, I quickly realized that it wasn’t the healthiest option. Almost all of the conventional caramel dips on the market are loaded with refined sugars (like corn syrup). And while they may taste good, they hold no nutritional value, which left me thinking, “There’s got to be another way.”
So, this Warm Sugar Cookie Caramel Dip was born. It’s everything that you know and love about caramel dip, but it’s full of nutritional value and health-focused ingredients. You’ve got your proteins and healthy fats to keep you full longer, and the sweet “sugary” flavor to keep your tastebuds satisfied. I am a firm believer that there’s room for us to eat ALL of the foods that we love, but when we can find a healthier version of the foods that we love (that also still tastes good), then I’d call that a major win!
Plus, this recipe is PERFECT for kids. My two boys absolutely love this dip, both as an after school treat and as a snack in their lunch boxes, which makes my mama heart happy. I love to know that my boys are eating healthy and enjoying what they’re eating too. It’s the key to them experiencing “food freedom” early on, and not having to create fears around what they eat.
So, if I haven’t convinced you to make this recipe yet, then just take a look at the ingredients and see how easy, simple, and delicious it is for yourself. I promise, you’re going to LOVE it.
I like to eat this dip with sliced apples, but you can truly eat it with anything I also recommend trying it with sliced pears, strawberries, graham cracker pieces, or even on a slice of toast!
And, let’s be honest… it’s also delicious by the spoonful, and I would not judge you if that’s your preferred way of eating it. Follow your heart’s desire!
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