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MINI CARAMEL APPLES Recipe

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Contributor:  
Submitted by Khloe Helms; From the Kitchen of Stacey Long

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
3 large apples
18 sucker sticks
1 1/2 c. caramel baking bits or caramel chews of choice
1 Tbsp. heavy cream
Optional Toppings: crushed nuts

Directions:
Directions:
- Peel apples. Using a melon baller, scoop out apple balls. Insert the sucker stick into the apple. Be careful not to puncture the stick through the other end.
- In a small pot add caramel baking bits and heavy cream. Melt over low heat, stirring constantly until completely melted.
- Fill a small bowl with icy water. Set aside.
- Thoroughly dry the apple with a paper towel to remove excess moisture from the surface.
- Dip the apple into the mixture, swirling to coat and being sure to get the caramel on the stick a little. This
will help keep out the water on the next step. Immediately dip the caramel apple into the icy water for a few second to quick set the caramel. Dry the caramel off gently with a paper towels.
- Press the top of the caramel apple into desired topping if using.
- Place caramel apple into the fridge or freezer to finish setting.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
Do get the caramel down the stick about 1/4 of an inch to create a seal so the water won't seep in.Be sure the water is super, duper cold and icey. Only dip the caramel into the water for a few minutes. You want a soft set, not a rock hard one.
Gently dry the caramels off with a paper towel when they come out of the water OR place them right into the fridge or freezer.
Be sure to squeeze the apple balls in a paper towel to remove the excess moisture BEFORE placing into the caramel. If caramel doesn't cling to the apple then you did not dry it off enough.

 

 

 

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