Caramel Apples – A Halloween Tradition Made Easy

As the leaves turn golden and the air fills with the scent of cinnamon and spice, it’s time to embrace the enchantment of fall. Halloween, with its delightful treats and spooky festivities, is just around the corner. At The Fruit Company, we believe in adding a touch of sweetness to your celebrations. Introducing our exclusive Halloween Caramel Apple Kit – a magical experience that will transform your ordinary evening into a memorable autumnal adventure.

Our Halloween Caramel Apple Kit is not just a gift; it’s a creative experience waiting to happen. Inside the charming box, you’ll find crisp, juicy apples – nature’s perfect canvas for caramel magic. Dive into the art of caramel making with our easy-to-follow instructions, ensuring your apples are coated in the smoothest, most decadent caramel. Whether you’re planning a family Halloween night or a spooky-themed party with friends, our Caramel Apple Kit is the ideal centerpiece. Watch as kids and adults alike indulge in the joy of dipping, decorating, and, of course, savoring these delightful treats. It’s an activity that fosters creativity and leaves everyone with a sweet, sticky smile.

INGREDIENTS

  • 6 Apples (any very crisp variety such as Honeycrisp or Granny Smith, etc.)
  • Caramel apple sticks or other baking dowel rods
  • 1 Package of chewy caramels (14 oz)
  • 2 Tbsp. Heavy Cream
  • Toppings- (M&M pieces, crushed Oreos, crushed Butterfinger, crushed almonds, crushed peanuts, or your other favorite combos)

DIRECTIONS

  • Prepare selection of toppings in separate small bowls and set aside.
  • Prepare baking Rinse and thoroughly dry apples with a paper towel.  Insert a stick.
  • Prepare a baking sheet with a parchment paper liner and nonstick cooking spray over the parchment.
  • Stirring frequently, heat unwrapped caramels and heavy cream in a saucepan over medium-low heat until caramels are fully melted and smooth.
  • As soon as the caramel is smooth, tip the saucepan slightly and dip apple, rotating until surface completely covered.
  • Dip caramel apple in preferred toppings (or just leave it au natural) and place upright on parchment-lined sheet. OPTIONAL:  After placing on sheet, drizzle with melted chocolate or add sea salt.
  • Let apples stand, at least 10 min.   Apples can be refrigerated up to a week.  If consuming after refrigeration, let set at room temperature for 15 min. prior to eating to soften.    OPTIONAL:  Make them into gifts!  Let caramel set in refrigerator for 15 minutes then wrap in plastic.
  • ENJOY!

 

INGREDIENTS

  • 6 Apples (any very crisp variety such as Honeycrisp or Granny Smith, etc.)
  • Caramel apple sticks or other baking dowel rods
  • 1 Package of chewy caramels (14 oz)
  • 2 Tbsp. Heavy Cream
  • Toppings- (M&M pieces, crushed Oreos, crushed Butterfinger, crushed almonds, crushed peanuts, or your other favorite combos)

DIRECTIONS

  • Prepare selection of toppings in separate small bowls and set aside.
  • Prepare baking Rinse and thoroughly dry apples with a paper towel.  Insert a stick.
  • Prepare a baking sheet with a parchment paper liner and nonstick cooking spray over the parchment.
  • Stirring frequently, heat unwrapped caramels and heavy cream in a saucepan over medium-low heat until caramels are fully melted and smooth.
  • As soon as the caramel is smooth, tip the saucepan slightly and dip apple, rotating until surface completely covered.
  • Dip caramel apple in preferred toppings (or just leave it au natural) and place upright on parchment-lined sheet. OPTIONAL:  After placing on sheet, drizzle with melted chocolate or add sea salt.
  • Let apples stand, at least 10 min.   Apples can be refrigerated up to a week.  If consuming after refrigeration, let set at room temperature for 15 min. prior to eating to soften.    OPTIONAL:  Make them into gifts!  Let caramel set in refrigerator for 15 minutes then wrap in plastic.
  • ENJOY!
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