Homemade caramel apples are an easy, fun, and delicious fall treat.
I’ve been a little addicted to caramel lately, if you hadn’t noticed. And I hope you don’t mind the back to back caramel recipes here, because— if I’m being honest— I’m not really sorry at all. ‘Tis the season!
Today I’m going to show you how to make caramel apples with homemade caramel. Sure, you can cheat and melt down caramel candy, but the homemade stuff is so much better. And it’s really not all that difficult. I’ll show you how!
An old-fashioned fudge recipe with the flavor of caramel and a little crunch of toasted walnuts.
Who doesn’t like fudge? I’m willing to bet that no one out there is raising their hand in answer to that question. Chocolate is the clear frontrunner when it comes to fudge, no doubt about that, but the runner-up flavor is hands down this brown sugar fudge.
It’s smooth, it’s tooth-achingly sweet, and it’s got a smoky caramel flavor that you’re sure to love.
Easter is about candy, am I right?
Okay, obviously it means a lot more than that. But who didn’t love finding Easter eggs as a child and who as an adult doesn’t still find joy in jelly beans and chocolate shaped like a bunny? I sure do.
This year I decided that instead of raiding the colorful and over-processed candy aisle, I’d make my own. And that’s where these homemade chocolate marshmallow cups come in.