From super freaky to corny, these caramel apples have it all—looks, taste, and texture.
Fun and Freaky
These creepy apples get a sprinkling of candied eyes for a super freaky special effect.
Spider Web Designs
Melt white chocolate chips, and pipe concentric circles on one side of your caramel apple. Pull a toothpick through the chocolate to form spider webs.
Peanut Butter and Caramel
Press colorful Reese’s Pieces candies into caramel coating for a burst of fall colors and peanut butter flavor.
Corny and Sweet
Vibrant color and sweet one-of-a-kind taste make candy corn an ideal add-on to caramel apples.
It sounds simple, but crushed graham crackers is actually one of our favorite ways to coat a caramel apple. It’s not only less sticky, but the honey graham flavor it only made better with caramel.