It is officially fall and I am in the mood for some caramel and candy apple recipes. Not just the plain versions, but some ramped up amazing visions! Do you think you can only get these amazing versions at fairs or specialty shops? No! You can make them at home and eat all you wish. Cause eating apples right?
A gourmet caramel apple sounds like a treat only reserved for special occasions and fancy stores. Let The Yummy Life show you how to make amazing spins on the plain caramel apple right in the comfort of your own home. Be sure to eat these in front of a fire while watching the leaves fall! Heaven!
Want a plain cinnamon candied apple, but don’t want to run to the store? Chances are you have everything you need at home to make them yourself. Get the recipe and instructions from Practically Functional for these delicious treats.
I love s’more inspired caramel apples from Bombshell Bling. How about having one of these treats around a campfire?
What is caramel without chocolate? The two go together like peas and carrots. Add some chocolate to a caramel apple with this recipe from She Wears Many Hats. Oh the amazing possibilities!
Tired of plain candy apples? Let Rose Bakes show you how to make candy apples in any color of your choice. I thought the purple ones on green apples were fun for Halloween, but you can choose orange as well. Let your imagination run wild!
Caramel, chocolate, and pretzel all combine into one fabulous apple dessert. Get the instructions and recipe for this caramel apple version from What’s Cooking Love. This sweet and salty combination will leave you coming back for more… and more!
Cooking Classy has a recipe she calls the ULTIMATE caramel apple. I would tend to agree. These look pretty darn good! Click here to get the recipe and give these ultimate apples a test run in your kitchen.
I am a sucker for spooky Halloween foods. These bloody candy apples from 1 Fine Cookie are my idea of a good time. Serve them up at a Halloween party or just on a weeknight to scare the kids. Either way this one should be tons of fun for mom!
Speaking of creepy Halloween foods, this poison toffee apple recipe from Simply Delicious Food looks like a candidate for a Snow White play. The ghouls and goblins are sure to devour these treats and maybe even play dead after.
Our last caramel apple recipe is by far the cutest version. Make your own caramel apple monsters with this recipe from Polka Dot Chair. Let the kids get involved in decorating these funny and delicious treats this Halloween.
These ten caramel and candy apple recipes are anything but plain and boring. Grab some ingredients and make any of these versions this fall. Curl up with your homemade treats and relish the fresh and delicious apples that fall brings.