Monday, October 11, 2010

Caramel Apples Using Butter Caramels from Licorice International

How long has it been since you've had a caramel apple? Blending the taste of fresh apples with sweet, chewy caramel is one of the delights of autumn. Making caramel apples is easier than you think. They're especially tasty with butter caramels from Licorice International.  (There's no licorice in these caramels, just delicious butter caramel.)

Here's the recipe:
  • 1 pound butter caramels from Licorice International
  • 8 medium apples
  • 3 tablespoons milk
  • 8 sticks
First prepare the apples by washing them and inserting a stick in each one, close to the stem. Grease a cookie sheet or 9 x 10 cake pan.

Unwrap caramels and place in microwave safe bowl. Add milk. Heat caramel and milk mixture in the microwave about two minutes, or just long enough to melt. Stir thoroughly.

Dip the apples one at a time to coat them thoroughly, letting any excess caramel drip off. Place dipped apples on greased cookie sheet. Let cool, repositioning apples several times to keep them from sticking to the surface. 

Eat and enjoy.

You can find the butter caramels here.

Treat yourself to the world's best licorice and other gourmet candies at the Licorice International website

1 comment:

Licorice Lover said...

These are really good. Thanks for bringing me one.