Put a pot on the stove and get ready to watch it boil, it’s time to make caramel apples! Halloween is almost here, and the perfect addition to that spooky night is a delicious tart apple covered in the chewiest, creamiest caramel, and topped with all of your favorite toppings.
Caramel apples have been around since the 1950’s, as they became popular after candy apples, and this quick and simple recipe makes it easy to have a batch whipped up in no time with only a few ingredients.
The trick with this recipe is that a cold apple will help the caramel set faster so that it’s not too gooey when you go to roll it in a topping. It’s also important to use organic apples to avoid having to worry about removing a wax coating.
If you follow the guidelines for the caramel’s temperature with the help of a candy thermometer, you’ll end up with a caramel that is thick enough to evenly coat each apple, and by holding it upside down, you’ll ensure that it will set and won’t form a pool at the bottom once you set it down.
The treat? Delicious caramel covered apples topped with all of your favorite toppings: sprinkles, chopped up candy, nuts, chocolate, candy corn, and more…the possibilities are endless! Plus, you can pour the leftover caramel into a small dish and cut it into little squares for later!
What better way to celebrate Halloween than with delicious caramel covered apples topped with all of your favorite toppings?
For toppings you can use sprinkles, chopped up candy, nuts, chocolate, candy corn, and more…the possibilities are endless!
Keywords: caramel, candy, apples
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