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Candy Apple Bites
  • Prep Time 30 min
  • Total Time 40 min
  • Servings 8
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Candy Apple Bites

These easy candy apple bites are the perfect treat for kids to help with in the kitchen!

Ingredients

4
large apples
1
bag caramels
Chocolate chips
Sprinkles
Nuts
Powdered sugar for dipping

Directions

  • 1 Put the caramels and/or chocolate on a double boiler and keep stirring. In the meantime, cut apples and put in the freezer until the caramels are melted. Then dip in powdered sugar so the caramel and chocolate stick to the apple. Then dip candy coated apple into toppings. Enjoy!
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"I Want Candy" Apple Bites

As prepared by Jackie Fo,

I’ve always found candied apples to be gorgeous to look at, a great conversation piece and a pretty table-topper.


But do I really want to bite into a rock-hard apple on a stick? Is this an easy snack to eat? I think not. According to my husband, who has two fake front teeth from a sports injury, candy apples are his nemesis. That sticky coating will rip those fake teeth right out, and then we’ve got a serious problem and a large dental bill! I wanted to come up with a more practical spin on a candied apple, one that you can enjoy without fearing that your precious chompers might suffer. And so I present…Candy Apple Bites.

To start, get yourself a bag of apples, chocolate chips, caramels and a plethora of toppings. The toppings can be whatever you like – get creative! I used sprinkles, coconut flakes, chocolate chips, cereal, nuts and more!  Try using black and orange sprinkles if you’re going to serve them at your Halloween party. The sky's the limit for these bite-size treats.

candy apple slices


Using a double broiler, melt your chocolate and caramels. Start the caramels first, as they take a LONG time to melt. In the meantime, cut your apples into wedges.

*Trial and Error Trick: It’s hard to get your melted caramel and chocolate to stick to the apples, so put them in the freezer for about half an hour after they’ve been cut. Just before dipping, coat the apples in powdered sugar so the coatings have something dry to stick to.

Line up your toppings in separate bowls, and start dipping! This is a GREAT activity to do with kids—just keep them away from the super-hot melted coatings and let them play with the toppings only. The kids will have a blast creating different combinations, and everyone can celebrate their hard work by devouring these treats! If you feel like making a traditional candy apple, simply put an apple on a stick, dip it in the coating of your choice and roll it in the toppings.

Try making these candy apple varations with your kids, or make them yourself and serve them at your fall gathering for a unique dessert. They look so pretty lined up with various toppings and coatings. Here’s to unlimited combinations of apples, caramels, chocolate, sprinkles and much more!

If you're looking for more great Halloween ideas, check out Tablespoon's Halloween Dessert Collection.


Have a fave Candy Apple topping? Do tell!

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