When I think about fall I think about caramel and apples. If that is your favorite thing too then these caramel apple slices are so good! I’ve got the perfect fall treat that can be used for after school snacks or anytime!
These easy caramel apple slices are even great for Halloween parties! Nothing says FALL more than apples and caramel. Plus it brings the candy apples feel without all the messiness. Traditional caramel apple treats are just so good!
These treats are so good and tasty. They are great for a Halloween party or any fall themed activity! The hardest part is probably peeling the apples, but you can always buy pre-sliced apples if you don’t want to take the time to do it.
I used Honey crisp apples but granny smith apples work too…they are perfect for baking because they hold their shape and aren’t too juicy.
These treats would also be great with Popsicle sticks in them as handles (for kids) or you could even place 2 slice apples end to end and make a whole line of caramel/apple towers!
What ingredients do you need for these easy caramel apple slices treats?
2 honey crisp whole apples
1 bag caramel bits (for melting)
1 cup honey roasted peanuts; chopped
This recipe is super simple but just so good. My kids loved it. It’s a little healthy and a little naughty, I am all about balance here folks! You will be slicing the apples and letting the caramel set perfectly.
It’s one of those great fall recipes that you will make over and over. Instead of peanut butter you will be adding honey roasted peanuts on top. It’s a better way to enjoy and less messy.
These caramel apple slices are super easy to make and a guaranteed crowd pleaser. Kids and adults alike will love them and you will be whipping these up all fall long!
You won’t need any paper towel or parchment paper for these treat. Some people use chocolate chips but for this one we are using melted caramel for caramel sauce.
If you plan on having any fall gatherings this year, be sure to have these on the menu. They are also perfect after school treats.
The combination of the caramel and the apples is just so good and irresistable. It’s also a great way to celebrate Halloween! It’s a fun fall treat that is so much fun to make with kids.
Are you a fan of fall treats? Do you go crazy (like me) with all of the pumpkin and apple recipes? This is a great treat to bring over when you have friends coming over or if you just want a treat for the family that is easy to whip up.
You will want to eat the entire caramel apple yourself! It’s definitely one of my family’s favorite fall treats . These adorable caramel apple slices won’t last long!
Not only are these slices easy to make, but you probably have most of the ingredients on hand. This is a great recipe for when you get a craving for something sweet and decadent, but don’t want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen.
Since it’s apple season, grab your favorite toppings and dive into this caramel apple slices recipe and enjoy this fun treat! This easy recipe can be a great party dish and it’s the best way to celebrate fall.
These yummy fall treat are so delicious and easy to make! These caramel apple slices are so good!
- 2 honey crisp apples
- 1 bag caramel bits (for melting)
- 1 cup honey roasted peanuts; chopped
- lollipop sticks
- Wash and slice the apples width wise just thick enough to put a lollipop stick in. Do this for both apples.
- Melt the caramel bits per the directions on the bag. I did thi via the microwave version as it takes just minutes.
- Place the lollipop sticks in the apples. Dip into the caramel and set aside.
- Chop peanuts and sprinkle the nuts over the caramel apples while caramel is still wet.
Amount Per Serving Calories 136Total Fat 8gSaturated Fat 1gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 6gCholesterol 0mgSodium 67mgCarbohydrates 14gFiber 3gSugar 11gProtein 4g
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