Making home-made caramel apples is a great activity to which the whole family can participate. From the preparation of your apples to their caramel coating, each stage is filled with festivities.
Doing a basic caramel apple is funOf course, our favorite part is to beautify each apple with exciting ingredients. If you need some inspiration to choose the perfect toppings, we are here for you. Discover these 18 ways to dress up your homemade caramel apples.
Melted Chocolate Drizzle
Here is a simple way to prepare your apples. After cooling and slightly hardening, melt the chocolate and place it in a squeeze bottle. Sprinkle the melted chocolate apple and create a delicious snack.
You can carefully place a handful of marshmallows on the caramel apple. You will get the best combination of crunchy and tart mixed with light and down.
S'mores Caramel Apple
Bonfires are always a fun activity in the fall and often involve cooking the emores on an open flame. If you prefer a caramel apple version, try this one. After dipping your apple in caramel, drizzle with melted chocolate and add a crushed graham cracker and mini marshmallows to create a honey-based treat.
Crushed chocolate bar
Place your chocolate bar in a plastic bag; then use a rolling pin to crush the bar. You can do this by rolling or tapping the rolling pin lightly on the chocolate bar. Sprinkle or dip your apple directly into the crushed candy.
This one is a classic for caramel apples. You can use peanuts, cashews, nuts or even pecans. Once your apple is covered with caramel, dip it in a bowl of chopped nuts and enjoy. For a sweet and savory touch, try dipping in salted nuts.
White chocolate spider web
If you are hopeful of a bit scary, create a white chocolate spider web. Melt the white chocolate in a microwaveable bowl and pour it into a squeeze bottle. Then carefully draw lines from the center of the apple, where the stick is. After drawing several vertical lines, connect them with a curved line as shown above.
Mini chocolate chips
Dip your fruit into a bowl of mini chocolate chips or sprinkle them all around. You can also choose to use shavings of peanut butter or any flavor of your choice.
People of all ages love Oreos. They taste good alone or are immersed in cold milk, so why not crush them and cover your apple? This biscuit-to-cream version of a caramel apple is simply delicious.
Chopped corn candies
Corn candy is a type of candy "love it or hate it". If you fall on the "like it" side, take a handful, chop it and sprinkle it on your caramel apple.
Sprinkles are another classic way to decorate your caramel apple. Simply choose your favorite type (rainbow, Halloween color or chocolate) and immerse your apple in a bowl filled with nuggets. If you do not want as much, you can also scatter a few.
Reese Chopped Peanut Butter Cups
Peanut butter goes very well with apples, which is why Reese's is the ideal filling for this fruit. Cut a piece and place individual pieces around the bottom for a fancy call.
Sea salt sprinkled
Salted caramel is another favorite flavor of fans. Sprinkle some sea salt just above the caramel and make a bite.
Crush pretzels and dive into an apple for another great salted caramel version. You will get crisp, crisp, salty and sweet foods in one bite.
Apple Caramel Mummy
Melt the white chocolate in a microwaveable bowl and pour it gently into a squeeze bottle. Once your caramel apple has been soaked and cooled, place two tips of eyeballs side by side on the apple. Then pour white chocolate all around the apple until it looks like a mummy, but make sure the eyes are visible. This is a great for Halloween parties.
Fillet of peanut butter
You can also melt a little peanut butter and pour it on the apple. However, this one gets a little messy, so grab your towels and enjoy.
M & M's
Children especially love this fun and tasty decoration. Dip your apple in a bowl of M & M or sprinkle it over the apple and enjoy a sweet and crunchy snack. You can even give your kids a fun project by asking them to make smiles with M & M's.
The coconut gives a new taste to this sweet snack. You can be creative and soak half of the apple or coat the whole fruit.
Your favorite cereal
Whether you like fruit cakes or lucky charms, cereals are an excellent coating for these apples. Ask your kids to choose a fun, colorful cereal and smear your apple for a crisp and delicious bite.