BOO-zy Caramel Apples


Posted on by Julia Bryant

This is the type of treat that takes Halloween to the next level — sticky caramel with the pop of our Orphan Girl Bourbon Cream Liqueur and a fresh snap of Granny Smith Apple. Celebrating Halloween just got THAT much better.

Here’s what you’ll need: 

1/3 C. Orphan Girl Bourbon Liqueur

11oz. Bag of Kraft Caramels (usually found by the apples)

4 large Granny Smith Apples – washed and dried

Parchment paper

Popsicle sticks

Toppings: magic shell, nuts, coconut flakes (optional)

In a saucepan, stir all the unwrapped caramels and Orphan Girl Cream Liqueur on medium-low, be sure to store continuously to avoid burning. Wait until caramels have fully melted and mixed with the Orphan Girl. The consistency should be a thick liquid. Add an extra shot of Orphan Girl if the caramel is too tough.

Take your dried apples and poke wooden popsicle sticks through the tops. Wipe off any apple juice. Take your apple by the stick and gently submerge it into the warm caramel making sure to get all the sides. Hold the apple out of the caramel for a few seconds (over the pot) then dunk again. Place the apple immediately on parchment paper, unless you are adding a special topping, like nuts, which you apply by dipping your apple into while hot. Feel free to drizzle on some magic chocolate shell and make this into edible art, why not?

Let your apples dry for at least an hour (the fridge works great for that), and voila, they are ready to enjoy!

Hope your Halloween is extra spirited this year.

*** This recipe is for Adults 21 and over. ***

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