We’ve all heard of toffee apples, but what about Caramel Apples on Sticks? Indulging in these sweet treats comes with an added bonus, its really more fruit than caramel, and they’re not just for the kids!!
Please Note Nutritional information is provided as a guide only and may not be accurate.
- Unwrap all the caramels.
- Using a large wooden spoon, mix the caramels and water together in a saucepan.
- Cook the caramel mixture on low heat, stirring every 5 minutes until it is completely melted.
- While the caramels are melting, wash and dry the apples.
- Pour the sugar into a small shallow bowl.
- Spread a large piece of waxed paper, about 30cm square, on the counter. Lightly grease it with cooking spray.
- When the caramels have finished cooking, take a stick and carefully push it into an apple at the stern end.
- Carefully dip the apple into the hot caramel, turning the apple so that it is completely covered in caramel.
- Hold the apple above the saucepan and use a rubber spatula to scrape any extra caramel off the bottom of the apple.
- Dip the bottom of the caramel apple in the sugar. (Doing this helps to keep it from sticking to the waxed paper).
- Place the apple on the greased waxed paper to cool.