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Caramel Apple Dip

This is one AMAZING recipe!  Be prepared for lots of hard work, ingredients and effort... Ok not really, but it will look like it.  It is simple and delicious.  So simple I was intrigued and made it just to see if it really would work. 
Caramel Apple Dip
14 oz can sweetened condensed milk (as many as you can fit in the pot or how many you want.)
Remove labels from the cans and place the cans in a big pot. 
Cover them in water and boil for 3 hours.  Make sure it keeps boiling and you will have to keep adding water. 
It is cool because it actually looks like you canned the caramel sauce!!
After opening add 1 teaspoon vanilla and stir to combine.   Refrigerate after opening.
Simple and delicious!!
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  1. That is the coolest trick...ever! I am going to try it. Maybe then the kids will finish eating the apples before they go mushy!

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  2. Wow! That's simple enough, and I've enjoyed it before when someone else made it. Nice and easy for a great treat!

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  3. Really? That's all there is to it? Holy smokes! I'm going to have to try this but I'm afraid I'll eat it all. But at least it's healthy, right? I mean I will be eating apples with it =o)

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  4. There are not many things in this world that I love more than dunking apples into a vat of caramel. Looks fantastic! Your Taco Pie is up Friday. Come see!

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner
    www.mawhats4dinner.com

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  5. This is so easy it is almost scary. I would never thought of this trick. Thanks Tiffanee!

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  6. This looks yummy . I am looking forward to more friendship and recipes this year.

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  7. I love making caramel out of Sweetened Condensed Milk. Did you know you can also make Ooey Gooey Caramel Pie out of it? SOOOO good. I have a recipe on my blog if you want to check it out.

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  8. Hi Tiffanee,
    I am so glad that you came over for Full Plate Thursday today. Did you notice that we ate all of your wonderful Caramel Apple Dip...Thank you for coming and please come back!

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  10. Love this! Would like to invite you over to Fat Camp Friday @ Mangoes and Chutney. The linky is up all weekend and one blogger from the linky party is featured every Wednesday. http://www.mangoesandchutney.com/2011/01/fat-camp-friday-10-blackened-tilapia.html

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  11. I still can't believe it is that simple! Definitely going to try it. Thanks for sharing with Fat Camp Fridays, hope to see you back next week with another great recipe! http://mangoesandchutney.com

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  12. I tried this with two cans and it is WONDERFUL amazing caramel. Perfect for apple dipping. NOt the kind that stick to your teeth. Boiled it for four hours and it was just fine. I wonder why does it have to be refrigerated?

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