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GOURMET CARAMEL APPLES Recipe

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Added: Sunday, October 5, 2008

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Ida Red, Braeburn or Granny Smith apples
caramels (by the pound from cake decorating store)
pecans, chopped
skewers
Pam
dark chocolate and white chocolate

Directions:
Directions:
Wash apples to remove the wax. Heat caramel in double boiler - just so it is workable - not hot. Add chopped pecans to the melted caramels and stir.

Put skewer into apple and proceed to dip/cover it with the caramel. Spray cookie sheet with Pam; set apples on the sheet and place in refrigerator. Keep in refrigerator until the caramel is chilled. Spray hands with Pam; remove the apples from the refrigerator, and work the caramel back up around the apple. (It will slide a bit while cooling.)

As the caramel is setting (30 minutes - 1 hour), melt the dark chocolate. Dip the apples into the chocolate and set on cookie sheet. Return to refrigerator to harden. If desired, melt white chocolate in a ziploc bag. Snip a small corner off the ziploc and decoratively drizzle the white chocolate over the apple. Remove stick before serving. Cut in wedges, removing apple core and seeds from each slice, as necessary. (Caramel can be purchased at cake/candy decorating stores by the pound.)

 

 

 

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