Spooky – Caramel Apples

October 5, 2021

If you are new to me, I will let you know that I’m the girl that is all about Halloween.

A little spooky, a little creepy chic, and mostly a little elegant luxe Halloween.

So Let’s Creep It Real!

I’ve been wanting to create some caramel apples that had a little poisonous appeal.

So, today I’m sharing a post on my spooky caramel apples.

I think these caramel apples are well fit to feed and poison a princess. Hahaha!

While they are dipped in caramel and not boiled from a cauldron…

they do however, look a little bewitching.

Caramel Potion – Double double, toil & trouble…

This is so simple and easy. I customized this for speed and ease.

  1. 1. I opted to use the caramel sauce in the tub.

Fire burn and bubble…

2. Put the caramel dip in the sauce pan and melt on low-medium heat stirring constantly, adding 3 generous drops of green food coloring, & 1/2 cup of water until the caramel sauce is bubbly.

I wanted to give my caramel apples that poisonous appeal – hence the green food coloring.

Eye of Newt & Toe of Frog…

3. Skewer your apples & Dip

I used cleaned twigs cut from an apple tree for the skewers. I sharpened the ends a bit with a knife.

This made it a bit easier to push the twig into the apple.

Wool of Bat and Tongue of Dog…

Dip your skewered apple in the bubbling caramel and then roll in chopped walnuts – then place on parchment paper.

By pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes.

4. Refrigerate

Refrigerate for about 10 -15 minutes to set the caramel and serve.

To keep this bewitching recipe simple I chose walnuts for my topping.

You can easily sweep together many other delicious candy toppings to add to your caramel apples.

These apples are perfectly imperfect!

Still tasty and delicious – covered in gooey layers of caramel and nuts.

The only toil and trouble was boiling the caramel, adding 1/2 cup water, and about 3 generous drops of green food coloring.

Happy October folks!

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