Caramel apples are one of my absolute favorite things about fall. Honestly, I don’t know why they can’t be a thing year round. When I tried Chocoley dipping chocolate and ready-to-use gourmet candy centers for the first time earlier this year, I knew their caramel would make some out-of-this-world caramel apples. I had a chance to test my theory earlier this week, and I was right!
Chocoley caramel is creamy and delicious, and best of all, buying it ready-made saves me so much time in the kitchen. Even better, Chocoley carries several flavors of dipping chocolate, non-pariels, apple sticks and even cellophane bags–everything you need to make those expensive, gourmet caramel apples at home.
The caramel apple making process is pretty straightforward, but to help you out, Chocoley has a great tutorial for making caramel apples on their site. I definitely recommend checking it out before you get started. They even have caramel apple kits, so you can get everything you need (minus the apples) for fabulous caramel apples all in one place!
Chocoley’s Bada Bing Bada Boom Chocolate Dipping and Coating Formula comes in milk, dark and white varieties, and is perfect for taking your caramel apples to the next level–the only thing better than an apple dipped in caramel is an apple dipped in caramel and chocolate! I like to use the white chocolate as a drizzle, and you can even buy it pre-packaged in a handy squeeze bottle. Once you have a nice chocolate layer, you can dip the apples into a variety of toppings, like holiday themed sprinkles, nuts, and crushed candy bars. Sometimes, we get really crazy and mix our toppings together!
The thing I love most about these caramel apples is the thick, chewy caramel layer. Honestly, I can’t resist these classic fall treats, even if they’re dipped in nothing but caramel. And tied up with a pretty bow, they make wonderful gifts for teachers, neighbors and friends!
This is a sponsored post for Chocoley. All opinions state are my own.