Healthy Apple Medallions

Healthy Apple Medallions

Today, my nieces are back to school from summer vacation. I decided to whip up a fun (and easy!) after-school snack for them to enjoy… because I’m not like those regular aunts; I’m a cool aunt. (Okay, and maybe a little dorky, too.)

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My Homemade Dip

Today, I developed my own recipe for a chip dip - Happy April 1st, everybody!

I’ve really fallen in love with developing my own recipes and after posting about National Chip and Dip Day, I was feeling really inspired.

I put together a step-by-step guide on how to make my latest creation. This dip is perfect for just about anything, but I prefer it with rigged potato chips or celery sticks!

Step 1) Start with a few dollops of mayonnaise – the more the better. Remember: you want as much of a creamy consistency as possible.

Today, I developed my own recipe for a chip dip - Happy April 1st, everybody!

Step 2) I absolutely adore that sweet-and-salty combination so, believe it or not, I add 2 tablespoons of honey to my mixture. Trust me, it works.

Today, I developed my own recipe for a chip dip - Happy April 1st, everybody!

Step 3) Every good recipe is filled with spices, so add about 2 teaspoons of thyme.

Today, I developed my own recipe for a chip dip - Happy April 1st, everybody!

(Make sure to mix it well!)

Step 4) The best part to any dip is being able to incorporate some of your favorite snacks. For this step, the sky is the limit for possibilities and you can use whatever’s in your pantry. I opted for the breakfast cereal I always reached for as a little girl.

Today, I developed my own recipe for a chip dip - Happy April 1st, everybody!

…and have a wonderful weekend!