12/31 | DIY Mini Caramel Apples

DIY-Mini-Caramel-Apples

Do you love caramel apples? Today I am featuring a recipe for  Mini Carmel 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 Carmel 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!

If you liked this video then you’ll love this one!:

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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