Monday, August 16, 2010

Caramel Apples

You HAVE to make these caramel apples! Seriously. Some of you had the joy of trying them last fall. They don't disappoint. Love them!

What you need:

wax paper
popsicle sticks
apples - makes around 6-8 apples(whatever kind you want, they all taste good)
caramels - 2 bags (the kind you unwrap)
Almond Bark (white chocolate)
cinnamon and sugar

First, wash off the apples and put the popsicle sticks in them.
Second, melt the caramel by mixing 2 tbsp of water with the unwrapped caramel and putting it in the microwave for a minute at a time until it is all melted.
Third, dip the apples in the caramel, place on the wax paper, and put in freezer as you finish the apples. By the time you finish dipping all the apples in the caramel, the first one will be ready to dip in the chocolate.
Melt the chocolate in the microwave (also a minute at a time) until it is spreadable.
Mix 2 cups of sugar with 1 tbsp of cinnamon
Spread the chocolate on the apple and use a spoon to distribute the cinnamon sugar over the apple. Place back in the freezer. When you have finished all of the apples, you may want to store in refrigerator, or room-temperature. They are best served at room temperature so that the chocolate doesn't fall off! Just slice them and eat them!

1 comment:

Amanda and Paul said...

oh bethany! i'm so glad you posted this. these were SOOO good and yes i remember them...from a year ago!