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Friday, October 27, 2017

Foodie Friday: How Do You Like Those Candy Apples?

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As a child, there was one house on our block that actually gave out "Candy Apples" as their Halloween treats. I also remember that my Mom would not let us eat them. It was very disappointing, but I get it! Ever since childhood, when I think of Halloween, I think of apples covered with gooey caramel, nuts and  chocolate. Any way you slice them, these apples are delicious! Won't you join me in making some this weekend? 

HERE: 16 Creative Candy Apple Recipes

Bloody Caramel Apples
This recipe is different in a big way. With the combination of sugar and sweetened condensed milk, a silky caramel coating is created. It stays on the apples and is deliciously ‘bloody’.
Foodie Crush

Salted Caramel Apple Snickers Cake
An over the top take on cake AND caramel apples! Could anything be more decadent?
Half Baked Harvest

Peanut Butter Caramel Apples
My ultimate treat! The combination of crisp apples, chewy caramel, rich chocolate, and crunchy nuts is delicious and will suit any fall party or get-together.
The Spruce

PS. I found the treat sticks at Amazon

Salted Vanilla Caramel Apples
These apples were boiled first to dissolve the wax. It's a step not everyone takes. I have done it with success, but didn't love how it made the naked apples look. 
Heather Christo

Apple Pie Caramel Apple
Said to taste like an Apple Pie on a stick. Aren't they just so cute and clever?
The Girl Who Ate Everything

Chocolate Apple Treats
With a combination of dried fruit, nuts, Peanut Butter, Chocolate or Butterscotch Chips, White Chocolate and assorted jimmies, these apples take the cake!

Triple Dipped S'Mores Apples
Do these not look perfect? Marshmallows, chocolate, and graham crackers meet their match in a tart Granny Smith. Though the recipe does not state what type of sticks were used, I think I found them at Amazon. The recipe can be found at
Country Living 

Gourmet Caramel Apples
This treat calls for Granny Smith Apples, creating a yummy combination of sweet and sour. Grab a friend, this recipe turns out better when you have more than one set of hands.
Garnished and Glazed 

Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge Stuffed Caramel Apples
These are happening this weekend at my home! Who even knew that stuffing raw apples were even a thing?
How Sweet Eats

S'mores Caramel Apples
This picture is worth one thousand words! Those marshmallows are actually toasted with a chef's torch.
Just Short Of Crazy

Fleur de Sel Caramel Apples
Salt and Caramel sauce go hand in hand. You can't have the best caramel without the salt. This recipe is perfection!
Savoring Time In The Kitchen

How To Make Caramel Apple Shots
Oh people love getting together and doing their shots, don't they?  It's fun, but few are as Fall as these. Of course, the shots are made with real apples and something called butterscotch schnapps. Enough said.
Food Republic

Sea Salt Bourbon Caramel Apples With Spiderweb Chocolate
You will want to make more of the caramel sauce to reserve for drizzling over bowls of ice cream! Having homemade caramel sauce on hand is always a good idea.
Cooking With Cocktail Rings

Chocolate Turtle Apple Slices
"Have you ever had a candy apple but wished there was a little more “candy” in each bite? Problem solved! These candy apples are covered with all of the ingredients in your favorite candy – chocolate turtles." If you are intimidated by making a Caramel Apple, these sweet slices may just be the recipe for you. 
Mom Loves Baking

Bacon Caramel Apples
Sweet and salty is always a winning combination. Why haven't I thought of this?

Caramel Popcorn Balls
I am taking a little poetic license here, but aren't these wonderful?
Food Network 

Brown Butter Bourbon Caramel Apples
Homemade caramel apples spiked with bourbon and flavored with brown butter. Who could say no to all of that?
Broma Bakery

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