Apple slices drizzled in caramel, white chocolate, and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar.
I love Fall. Cool weather, boots, cider, and all kinds of apple recipes.
It’s not technically Fall yet but I couldn’t wait to experiment with my idea.
A few years ago, we had an outlet mall with a Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. They had the most delicious looking caramel apples. I chose to buy the Apple Pie caramel apple.
It was so good. A Granny Smith covered in caramel and then white chocolate. Then it was sprinkled all over with cinnamon and sugar. I bought them for years every time I went to that outlet mall. Then they closed. Whomp! Whomp!
When these things happen, my determination to recreate the recipe sets in.
As I was planning my sister’s baby shower, I decided on the theme “Apple of my Eye”. I thought each person going home with a personal Apple Pie caramel apple seemed like a great idea.
Obviously I don’t think things out and take on way more than I can do. They got done but were kind of a mess. So I thought, what if I cut the apples and just drizzle them with the toppings?!?
It is soooo much easier to make these versus the whole apples. Plus I love that I can make just one for myself and don’t have to make a big batch.
Making these on a paper plate makes clean up so much easier. The sticky caramel and chocolate takes a bit to get off if not.
What is your favorite fall recipes? Or fall food favorites?
With Halloween around the corner, check out these fun treats:
Caramel Apple Pie Bites
The perfect fall treat.
- 1 ea granny Smith apple any apple would do
- 1 bar melting chocolate broken off of a block
- 5 ea caramels
- 1 tbsp sugar
- 1 dash cinnamon
Slice the apple into equal slices
Melt the caramels according to package instructions
Melt the white chocolate according to package instructions
Drizzle the caramel over the apples. Drizzle the white chocolate over the apples.
Mix cinnamon and sugar together and then sprinkle over apple slices.