12/31 | DIY Mini Caramel Apples

Do you love caramel apples? Today I am featuring a recipe for  Mini Caramel apples. They’re so yummy and you will be making these for every occasion. It’s super simple and I would never have thought of making smaller apples from a big one. Don’t forget to check out the full tutorial on these awesome DIY Mini Caramel Apples. They are perfect as an easy party appetizer, or a simple party snack for any occasion! It’s a great caramel apple recipe and you won’t be disappointed. You can click on the full tutorial link or follow along on my short written tutorial below.

Ingredients:

  • Large Apples (red, yellow, or green)
  • Caramel Melts
  • Lollipop Sticks
  • Mellon Baller

Here’s How You Make It:

Step 1- Take your melon baller and scoop out sections of the apples (one apple makes about 12 bites). Pat the apple bits dry with a paper towel to help the caramel stick to them better!

Step 2- Melt your caramel and a little bit of water on medium-low heat stirring occasionally until completely smooth. Allow to cool and thicken before dipping your apples. The Caramel will melt off your apples if it’s too hot!

Step 3- Place a lollypop stick into your apple balls and roll them in the caramel, covering them, then place them on a cookie sheet lined with wax paper.

Step 4- Pop them into the freezer for a few minutes to set the caramel otherwise it will just slide off, then enjoy!

BONUS! Go Get This Amazing Apple Baller To Start Making Your Own Mini Caramel Apples!

Click here for the full tutorial 

6 thoughts on “DIY Mini Caramel Apples”

  1. hi, Dear Tanner, do you know, if I can make the mini caramel apple a day before of my event?… will the apple be ok to eat? … thanks!

  2. I am doing this for x-mas eve for the nieces and nephews and using pretzel stix with a green chocolate melts x-mas tree as a skewer ! all edible and nobody gets stabbed with a skewer or clean up of pop stix! Can’t wait to see the kids go after them!

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