TRICK OR TREATS season PART ONE
It’s also apple season so let’s start this beautiful time of year together by en-JOY some of my autumn delights!
In my Holiday cookbook's HALLOWEEN section, I feature fun-filled and make-ahead recipes. Let me show you how to make any fall gathering, small or large, super easy, even when working, and how to "wow" your guests!
Here are my “CARAMEL DIPPED APPLES” that are always a hit for kids to make as well as adults. You can find this recipe below. To purchase my cookbook, just press on the cookbook section above or available on Amazon!
As a professional food stylist, I love sharing my secret tips & tricks to make at-home occasions and parties a success every time!
You can find this recipe below. To purchase my cookbook, “If the Table Could Talk: A Taste of the Holidays". for more easy, fun and awesome Holiday recipes just press on the cookbook section above or available on Amazon!
En-JOY and cook just for the love of it
Happy Fall !
My daughters loved unwrapping the caramels the night before our big Halloween party every year since it made them even more excited for the festivities to come. Have the kids make their own and they’ll love them even more. Use these suggested toppings or have fun coming up with your own!
Caramel Dipped Apples
1 package (11 ounces) caramels
Melt caramels according to package directions.
4 wooden pop sticks*
Wash and dry apples thoroughly so caramel adheres to them.
Place wooden pop stick into stems of each apple.
Dip apples according to package directions.
Assorted nuts, chopped
Chocolate sandwich cookies or orange colored sandwich cookies, chopped
Candy bars, chopped
Candy coated chocolates
White, dark or milk chocolate, melted
Dip apples in desired toppings. Drizzle with melted chocolates.
Makes 4 caramel apples.
* TIP: Substitute wooden pop sticks with cinnamon sticks for a festive look!
TIP: Have each apple inserted with a wooden pop stick on individual parchment covered paper plates so kids can easily bring them home after they dip them.