Caramel Apple Kit – A Halloween Tradition Made Easy

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Does the thought of rushing through a crowded store to track down all the necessary supplies stop you from making festive holiday treats?

For this Halloween, why not try our Caramel Apple Kit? It is a simple and easy way to create Halloween memories with your kids and it’s delivered right to your home. Complete with six jumbo-sized Granny Smith apples, sturdy sticks, rich caramels to create a delectably sticky caramel coating plus an assortment of festive candy toppings, including M&M’s Minis, almonds, and sprinkles, to make a truly gourmet holiday treat. Our foolproof kit even includes step-by-step instructions.

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One of our favorite parts of this project is that there are lots of opportunities to get the entire family involved. While mom and dad heat the caramel sauce (on the stove or even in the microwave!), the kids can skewer the apples and sort through the candy and nut toppings.  Or set up a party table with the kit’s ingredients and let your family and guests create their own individualized creations! Sweet and salty or rich and tart, The Fruit Company’s Caramel Apple Kit has something to satisfy every taste.

And since all the essential ingredients are right at your fingertips, feel free to explore your creative side – dive into the pantry and personalize the kit’s confections to your tastes. Mix in a handful of chocolate chips to the chopped almonds for an extra special treat.  Now if only making your Halloween costume was this easy!

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The Fruit Company® got its start in 1942 when Roy Webster began selling apples and pears from his orchards located in Hood River, Oregon. The area was perfect for growing fruit thanks to the volcanically enriched soil and glacial water from the nearby Mt. Hood. The fruit was exceptional. The company was passed down from father to son and today is owned and operated by Roy's Grandson Scott Webster.

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