Happy Fall, Ya’ll!
It does feel like fall here in Louisiana…..
To make “semi-homemade” caramel apples,
I melted a 14oz package of caramels with
two tablespoons of milk.
You can melt it on the stove, but I just used the microwave
for two or three minutes, stirring a couple of times.
Then we stuck real sticks from our red bud trees into the Gala apples.
I washed the ends of the sticks in hot, hot water first.
Next, dip each apple into the caramel sauce, and let cool.
Yummy fall snack!
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MmmMmmMmm… I LOVE caramel apples! Great idea to use real sticks from your tree… very pretty!
Have a great weekend!
Hugs ~ Jo
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Yum, finally cooling off here a little bit. Have you ever been to Round Top, TX… check my posts.
Those look delish!
Just couldn't resist a caramel apple at the pumpkin patch I just went to… you are right, it just isn't fall without at least one!
OOOOooo – I see this on our weekend "to-do" list. Thanks for sharing and happy fall my friend!
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Super Yummy! I don't think I've had a caramel apple since I was a kid. You make it sound so easy.
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Drool…drool…drool…I'm sorry, and I know it's not very lady like but caramel and fresh fall apples, how can you not?
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