Last week, I published a barbacoa tacos recipe for Día de los Muertos. But for those of you purely Halloween celebrants, I’m posting this more traditional autumn recipe. While it’s not your typical ghoulish party food, I find it’s one of the few Halloween themed dishes I’ll actually make in my kitchen. I like that it’s simple, delicious, and appreciated by both adults and children.
I actually just served this dish over the weekend at a get-together at our house for the World Series watch party (go ‘Stros!). It’s not overly sweet, refreshing after a heavy fall meal, and you feel less guilty because there’s fruit involved.
So this Halloween, go ahead and make this caramel dip for your guests, your kids, and yourself. It’s a lot tastier, cleaner, and easier than making traditional caramel apples.
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