Mouth-Watering Caramel Apples
Caramel apples are a classic fall favorite and some people hand them out on Halloween night because they are a popular treat. They are so fun to decorate and the topping options are endless.You see candy and caramel apples apples in grocery stores this time of year. What is the difference between the two…caramel apples are coated in a layer of melted caramel, while candy apples are coated in a layer of melted sugar. Either way they are both delicious! What kind of apples are good for caramel apples? FujiPink LadyGranny Smith…These are a favorite because of the tartness and sweet together.Honey CrispJonagoldThere are so many options for your toppings on caramel apples. Let me share a few…Finely chopped nutsMini M&M’sHalloween SprinklesCrushed Oreos or other cookiesGranolaWouldn't it be fun to invite friends and families over for a Caramel Apple Bar? Here is what you need to do…..Put the caramels and water in a crockpot and let it melt. Then lay out some dishes of candy, mini chocolate chips, M&M’s, Halloween sprinkles etc. Time to dip your apples in the caramel and then roll them in the candies. Easy Peasy!! So Delicious!! My mouth is watering so let’s get started with the recipe……
- 1 11 oz package Kraft Caramel Bits (or unwrapped caramels)
- 3/4 tsp vanilla ( I would double this)
- 1 tbsp water
- 4 Granny Smith apples
- Wash and dry your apples. They need to be dry, or the caramel will not stick. Then, push a wooden craft stick into the top of each apple after removing the stem.
- Combine caramels, vanilla and water in a saucepan and cook over low heat stirring constantly until caramels melt. Insert craft sticks into apples and dip apples into caramel mixture. Roll in toppings if desired, then let cool on a parchment-lined baking sheet coated with cooking spray. Store leftover dipped apples in the refrigerator.