Caramel Apples – The Easy Way

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Caramel Apple Magic

I discovered Concord Caramel Apple Wraps several wars ago…. and became TOTALLY obsessed! From the moment I made my first perfect caramel apple, I knew I would never go back to the old school way of melting caramel in a pot… and then trying to figure out a way to not burn myself in the process. So easy and safe to use are these wraps, that even a small child can make a perfect fall treat! Last year Concord sold out of the wraps in September…. I went into a total panic and searched all over the US to no avail. This year at the beginning of September, I ordered several cases just to be sure to not miss out on being able to share the ease of making homemade caramels apples with you. When I was in Ralph’s last week I noticed that they had a huge display… so not to worry. And if you get stuck in a pinch… give me a call… I am prepared this year!!

Let’s get started!!

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We used M&M’s, Oreos, cashews, AppleJacks, coconut flakes, chocolate chunks, Halloween sprinkles and dried cranberries. And we even made some mini caramel apples with some tiny little crab apples. We used some clean sticks from the yard… and VI’OLA!! The Halloween Carmel Apple is yours for the making!!

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Love,

Laura Dunn

P.S.

YES!! My hair is long! Wednesday’s story will be on how to go from short to long in just a couple of hours!!

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44 thoughts on Caramel Apples – The Easy Way

  1. This is a tradition I do with my kids around Halloween time and they love it. Your recipe is SO much easier than how I do it so I am going to have to start using your recipe.

  2. These wraps sound easy-peasy. I can’t tell you how many times I have scorched myself dipping apples. Even if you are careful, it’s not easy and not something the kids can help with.

  3. In fear of making the biggest mess, I have never made caramel apples. I think you have inspired me to make some this season.

  4. Lol oh great, my first msg & I look like I can’t type…what I meant to say was I was referred to your site through a friend & the first thing I see are yummy candy apples! Yes! I’ll be back….I’ll practice my typing (thumb not hitting post before I mean to) in the meantime!

  5. Haha… Some days are better than others for me too Riley. Thanks to Laura I can stay away from dipping apples in hot caramel & burning myself. You look amazing too!

  6. I’ve never seen apples like these! Fall is my favorite season & love everything that comes along with it including caramel apples. I like making them with all of the kids in my family. Now I have a new way to try them that I think they’ll love!

  7. My mouth is watering! I’m not good at cooking a lot but these look easy enough to try. Also love the lace top! You have such beautiful skin! Would love to see your daily skin regimen!

  8. You look GORGEOUS with long hair, but I have to admit, I love your short hair. It totally fits you. You’re spunky and fun and your do represents you!

  9. Oh I love the new hairstyle! It looks really cute on you. I am definitely going to try these wraps, cause it’s a pain to try and do it from scratch!

  10. Is there such a thing as salted caramel apples?! Cause that would be the BOMB! Yum!! I guess I can add sea salt to my topping?!

  11. I use these wraps and it really is so easy. My kids love this time of year because they get to make their caramel apples. There are so many different topping you can use too.

  12. You look beautiful! I think you look great with both hair styles. I love the short hair the most though. It’s sexy and sassy! I wouldn’t look good with short hair, but I’ve always wanted to do it!

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