If you’re craving a traditional Fall treat, look no further. Caramel Apples are everyone’s favorite! Follow this easy recipe using simple ingredients and a few different toppings.
The best caramel apples are definitely homemade, so when Sur La Table approached me to photograph their recipe I couldn’t have been more excited. This recipe is fast and easy to make, and great for kids to help with. My favorite part is, of course, choosing the toppings.
There are so many ways to make unique caramel apples. You can dip them in your favorite chopped nuts (peanuts work great!), dunk them in milk or white chocolate (make fun swirls), or top them with sprinkles or chopped cookies. For this recipe, I went with green apples but you can try different varieties. I love the balance between the tartness of the apple and the salted caramel.
A few basic tips:
- Wash your apples really well. Apple come with a thin film of edible wax (to make them look shiny); but the wax prevents the caramel from sticking.
- Dry your apples 100%, otherwise the caramel won’t stick.
- Chill them – the caramel will harden onto a chilled apple much faster.
I hope you get a chance to try this recipe. If you do, leave a comment below and share it with on Instagram using #yogaofcooking!
Recipe from: Sur La TablePrint
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