The calendar my still say summer, but fall is on the way! It’s my favorite season for so many reasons. Halloween, death to the bugs, cooler weather, pretty leaves and super delicious fall treats! The only bad thing about it is back to school, I could do without that. I like sleeping in.

Celebrate fall harvest season with this crazy easy salted caramel apple dip recipe! Takes just minutes to make and tastes like a carnival apple!

To celebrate the coming fun fall season, I’m sharing a crazy-easy caramel apple dip recipe with you. I love caramel apples, but I’ll be honest, I only eat the outside part. You know, the ooey, gooey, messy caramel part! Then I ditch the innards. Bad, I know. But with a caramel apple dip, you can slice the apples and actually get the whole slice all messy. That way, you’re eating more of the good apple too! Fine, I know, it means I’m eating more of the caramel as well, but I won’t tell if you don’t!

I also find dip a lot easier than trying to perfectly coat a whole apple. I’m a klutz. Apples end up on the floor and caramel on the ceiling. Don’t ask!

Crazy-Easy Salted Caramel Apple Dip

Celebrate fall harvest season with this crazy easy salted caramel apple dip recipe! Takes just minutes to make and tastes like a carnival apple!

Ingredients:

  • 1 package of caramels (the kind you eat, not the baking caramels, they have a different flavor)
  • 1 Cup Marshmallow Fluff
  • 1/4 cup butter
  • 1/4 cup heavy cream
  • 1/2 to 3/4 teaspoon course salt
  • Chopped nuts for topping, if desired

Directions:

  • Melt the caramels in a double boiler or stainless steel pot over low heat. You can also do it in the microwave in 30-second increments if you want, but I prefer the stove.
  • Add in the other ingredients, one at a time in order, stirring until they’re mixed and melted in.
  • Pour into a fancy schmancy pot or a plain old bowl, depending on whether you’re presenting it or devouring it yourself
  • Put your nuts, sprinkles, etc into a little bowl
  • Dip your apples into the yummy dip, then into your extras! Yes, it gets the nut/sprinkle mix messy, but who cares? If you want to be dainty about it, you could put a spoon in there and sprinkle the sprinkles over your dipped apple slice.

This recipe takes just a few minutes to make yet tastes fantastic. It’s like being at a state fair, except without spending $4 per apple! Or $20 per ride.

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What is your favorite apple recipe? Tell me about it in the comments!

 

 

 

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