Make your caramel apples anyway you like. As you can tell by the pictures, we are not Picasso’s here at The Freshman Cook house, but we sure enjoyed making these and eating them too!
I hope you and your family give this a try, and I would love to see how you decorate your apple!
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yield: 10-12 ApplesAuthor: The Freshman Cookprint recipe
- Trader Joes Organic Apples
- Sticks for apples
- Milk Chocolate
- Mini reese cups, mini reese pieces, mini bullseyes, mini candy corn
- Sprinkles, crushed mints
- Chopped nuts, crushed whoppers, mini marshmallows, smarties
- Take each apple and dunk it into boiling water for 30 seconds, remove and wipe dry. This will remove the wax from the apples.
- Place sticks into each apple.
- Melt caramel in a crock pot, or a pot on the stove. Do the same thing to the chocolate.
- Place candies, nuts, and sprinkles in containers with easy access.
- Make your caramel apples anyway you like.