Carmel apple bites! idea 21

Love the idea of making carmel apple bites. Cute little treats to serve this time of year!

 Thanks, Try it mom!

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  1. I’ve been planning to do this at my baby shower! Full caramel apples are a bit much, but it doesn’t feel like fall without them! These are the perfect size, and will be cute sprinkled with chopped nuts or colored sprinkles. :)

  2. I made candied Apples last year, lots of work and the Kids don’t trick or treat
    around here. This I can make for myself, looks great.. yvonne

  3. I just sent a comment??????????????

  4. What a cute idea for a baby shower…and the addition of nuts sounds amaze!
    Yvonne…sounds like a perfect way to treat yourself!

  5. thanks for featuring my project <3

  6. You are welcome…they are soooo cute!!

  7. do you just melt caramels you buy at the candy store and then dip the apple bites in?

  8. Hi Ange,
    Click on the “Try it mom” link. You can read about how Kim made them and the comments about using carmel apple squares….
    The ones in the photo were made from a carmel apple kit. I hope that helps …have a great day!

  9. Love this idea however in execution they didn’t work well for me. The caramel slides right off of the “wet” part of the cut apple. All of the carmel stayed stuck to the wax paper and I had just the apple on the toothpick. Any insight to how to not have this happen?

  10. Hi,
    Sorry you had trouble I would read over the comments on this post. It might help you.
    http://www.tryitmom.com/2011/10/easy-halloween-snacks-candy-caramel.html

  11. Just tried this and the carmel didn’t stay on the apple bites…..very disappointed :(

  12. I am so sorry. Please check the comments from the original post…it shares tips and advice.

  13. Loved this idea. Made them for my kid Halloween party and they were super. This is what I did… First I’m a fan of caramel made from boiling a can of sweetened condensed milk. So used that. Scooped it all into my handy zip lock baggy. Cut my apple pieces and put one each into a platter lined with the mini muffin cup papers. Stuck each apple with a toothpick. Then cut a hole in the corner of my baggie and squeezed a dribble of caramel onto each apple bite. Most stayed on apple because it wasn’t drippy. It’s just the right amount for a taste! Thx!

  14. Heather, LOVE that kind of caramel! So glad to hear how well it worked for you…thanks so much for sharing your idea!