{Tasty Tuesday} Caramel Apples

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 So I posted these last year about the week after I started my blog, so I’m sure most of you haven’t seen these yet. They are super easy and a cute treat to give out!
First things first melting the caramel. I love using the kraft caramel bits…so much easier then unwrapping several caramels. :) Add a Tb or 2 of water and melt on medium heat until you get a nice smooth consistency.
Dip the apples around the caramel, and use a spoon to smooth. Then put candy corn, sprinkles, heath bits, chocolate or whatever your heart desires around the base of the apple. Set on wax paper and allow to cool.
Put caramel apple in a cupcake holder and wrap up.
Tie with a cute ribbon, add a leaf and acorn and wahlah! Cute little gift!

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Jamielyn Nye

Creative director and founder of I Heart Naptime. Jamielyn aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. When she’s not creating, Jamielyn loves to chase her three little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.

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30 comments on “{Tasty Tuesday} Caramel Apples”

  1. staci @ lizard n ladybug Reply

    what cute treats. I just bought some caramel to make some myself..although, I have to unwrap them :)

  2. Very cute! I love caramel apples!

  3. Hmm..I will have to search for the caramel bits..I haven't seen them. That makes it sooo much easier! Thanks for sharing..those look yummy!

  4. Where do you find the kraft carmel bits., I have never ever seen them?
    Andrea

  5. Love putting on the candy corn! So cute, TFS!

  6. I don't think I have ever seen the caramel bits. I have to look for some. They look adorable and delicious!!

  7. Caramel apples WITH candy corn?! My daughter would fall over from pure joy!

    http://www.makingmemorieswithyourkids.blgospot.com

  8. These look so easy! I have never made carmel apples but I think I will give it a try. Thanks for sharing!

    Kelli
    xoxo
    loveoursimplelife.blogspot.com

  9. LOVE THESE!! I am new to your blog and simply love it!

    Hope you will come
    check out Simply 1-2-3!!

    Kudos again! I am definitely going to try this!

  10. Yum! I see these in our near future!

  11. the cape on the corner Reply

    oh my goodness, this has never been on my to do list, but it is now! they look deelish!

  12. I've been craving caramel apples, thanks for the tutorial!

  13. Aw, caramel apples and candy corn. You found a quick way into this crafters heart!! :-) Looks so yummy!!

  14. These are way way way too cute to eat!!!

    I'd love for you to come and join my Fall link party next Friday (Sept. 24) and stop by because I'll be posting fall projects all week and featuring others too!

    ~JILL
    http://envirocraftiness.blogspot.com/2010/09/fall-week.html

  15. Michelle@Somedaycrafts Reply

    I'm totally craving this now! I love the addition of candy corn to a caramel apple. I'm highlighting this at somedaycrafts.blgospot.com

  16. Yummm!!! They look delicious!

  17. Pricklybranch Manor Reply

    And this is why I absolutely love blogland! THank you for sharing. These nice treats look oh so yummy.
    We homeschool our 5 boys but they go to church school two times a week. We're always looking for ways to send them with goodies for the teachers. This my dear is perfect! September is all about apples!! We have an apple orchard not to far from our house and I've been meaning to take the boys there. THis would be a perfect project to do with the apples we pick. AWESOME! THanks again for sharing

  18. Pricklybranch Manor Reply

    And this is why I absolutely love blogland! THank you for sharing. These nice treats look oh so yummy.
    We homeschool our 5 boys but they go to church school two times a week. We're always looking for ways to send them with goodies for the teachers. This my dear is perfect! September is all about apples!! We have an apple orchard not to far from our house and I've been meaning to take the boys there. THis would be a perfect project to do with the apples we pick. AWESOME! THanks again for sharing

  19. It's that time of year again already!!! These looks so very scrumptious. And I bet they're fun to make too!!!!

    My Show n Tell this week…LINK

    Have a super Friday!

  20. Caramel apples are one of my favorite treats and they look so cute with the candy corn. Great idea. I'd love you to link this up at my party.

    http://sawdustandpaperscraps.blogspot.com/2010/09/linky-party-and-scentsy-giveaway.html

  21. Those are great! The idea of the little caramel bits is excellent.

  22. I love caramel apples!

  23. Jen @ tatertotsandjello.com Reply

    What a great gift that would be for a fall birthday or just because!

    xox
    Jen

  24. Jumbo yumo! I like the look of these ~ caramel and candy corn, wow! Seriously, these look delicious and the presentation is wonderful. I'm going to use this idea for a party. Thanks!
    I hope you'll hop on over to the QCI blog (#9) and join me for a cup of tea. ~ Sarah

  25. Oh so yummy!!! I LOVE caramel apples!!! What a good idea!! Where did you find those caramel bits? I haven't seen them before!!!

  26. Chari at Happy To Design Reply

    Hello…

    Mmm…I love caramel apples! It's been so long since I've had one though! Hehe! Thank you for sharing your recipe with us for the Sunday Favorites party this week! This is exactly how I make my caramel apples as well! But I love how you dipped them in the candy corn…so pretty! You wrapped them beautifully too!

    Warmest autumn wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

  27. Adorable! What a great idea!

    I'm visiting from MTWC. Have a great week!

  28. These sound just yummy! I am going to try them later this month when I get a minute to breathe. I linked to your post in my blog today because you are some of my inspiration! hotpinkpeonies.blogspot.com

  29. Adena (aka cre82learn) Reply

    How yummy. My friend and I were making a whole bunch of caramel apples for our church carnival last year and it was such a pain unwrapping all those pieces. We needed about 2 more bags and sent her daughter to the store who came back with those!! Makes so much more sense, I just didn't think to look for them. Would've save a bunch of time! I am hosting a Holiday Recipe Exchange starting Nov 1 if you would like to share some yummies http://www.foodfunandfotos.com

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