[divider]Gourmet Chocolate Caramel Apples[/divider]
Crisp fall apples dipped in caramel and chocolate then rolled in nuts and Oreo crumbs and drizzled with more chocolate. Get festive this season and hand-dip your own Chocolate and Caramel Apples. This classic fall treat is hard to resist!
I’m not sure what I love most about the arrival of autumn. Don’t get me wrong, there is plenty of stuff to love about this time of year. These caramel apples are at the top of my list. Classic comfort food this time of year like pumpkin, squash, savory soups, slow cooker recipes, casseroles, crumbles and more apple recipes are at the top of my list too. Getting comfortable during sweater weather and wearing fashionable boots while sipping apple cider and hot cocoa is pretty awesome. All the holidays and beautiful outdoor colors is something I look forward to each and every year!
In case you needed a reason to get outside and visit an apple orchard this year, there is this luscious recipe to give you an idea.
This time of year, apple orchards are overflowing with deliciously ripe apples. Know what makes them taste even better? Caramel and chocolate is the trick behind making this into the classic recipe you need to try this year!
Gourmet dipped and drizzled Chocolate and Caramel Apples with a variety of toppings such as chopped nuts, crushed Oreos and Graham Cracker crumbs.
Make easy Gourmet Caramel Apples in the comfort of your home. Invite your friends and enjoy decorating the apples with kids. This elegant autumn project is a lot of fun to make!
I cannot remember the last time I made caramel apples. In fact, I’ve always shied away from chocolate and caramel concoctions in general. However, not this year. My Facebook feed has been full of Caramel Apple fun and I couldn’t resist.
This Caramel Apple Kit from Chocoley is truly amazing. They’ve included everything you can think of and want in a caramel apple. Lots of gourmet chocolate, check. Gourmet caramel, check! What they also include are wooden sticks, more chocolate to drizzle on the apples to your hearts content, cello bags to store the apples in and dipping sheets. The kit is truly phenomenal and really brings back childhood memories of dipping caramel apples with mom.
10-12 Large Honey Crisp Apples
Assortment of Toppings such as: Nuts, Oreos, Graham Cracker Crumbs, Seeds and Candy
5 Pounds Chocoley Gourmet Caramel
5 Pounds Milk Chocolate Chocoley Bada Bing Bada Boom Candy & Molding Gourmet Compound Chocolate
2 – 8 oz. squeeze bottles – Chocoley Drizzle & Design White Chocolate
35 – Caramel Apple Sticks
35 – Cello Caramel Apple Bags
6 – “9×12” Heavy Weight Dipping Sheets/Box Liner
Serve Chocolate and Caramel Apples for Halloween parties, kid’s school treats, pass along to friends and family and enjoy making memories with your family this season!
Gourmet Caramel Apples
- 10-12 Large Honey Crisp Apples
- 1 Caramel Apple Kit
- Evaporated Milk , few Tablespoons
- 2 cups nuts , chopped
- 15 Oreos , crushed
- Graham Cracker Crumbs , Optional
Under warm water, wash apples with a little soap and remove stems then thoroughly dry. Chop nuts and crush oreos and prepare other toppings if using. Using the Caramel Apple Kit from Chocoley, poke the sticks into the apple stem spot. Working in batches, heat caramel according to directions. Add a teaspoon or two of evaporated milk, if needed. Spray heavy weight dipping sheets with oil and place in refrigerator. In a tall dish (I used a tall yogurt container) dip apples into caramel. Use a spatula to clean extra caramel off the bottom. Place on heavy weight dipping sheet and repeat until done. Allow apples to cool in refrigerator for about 30 minutes to 1 hour. Prepare chocolate according to directions. Dip caramel apples into chocolate and quickly toss desired toppings on chocolate apples and set aside. Repeat until done. Melt Chocoley drizzle bottles according to directions. Drizzle the top of each apple with chocolate. Fill center of apple stick with chocolate and cover with nuts.
Recipe NotesCaramel Apple Kit from Chocoley.com click here for link - I also used milk chocolate to decorate these apples http://www.chocoley.com/p/caramel-apple-kit