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Papa’s Cook Book: Caramel Cookie Apples

By , August 11, 2015 10:31 am

1: Prep the Apples
Buy 6 Apples, preferable Granny Smith apples. Now some apples at the store are sprayed with a wax coating. This can sometimes make it hard for the caramel to stick to the apple. If this is the case for you, you’ll want to fill your sink up with 4 inches of lukewarm water and mix in 1 Tbsp of lemon juice and 1 Tbsp of baking soda. Let the apples soak for 5 minutes, then scrub them with a soft brush or pad. But wax or no wax, you should definitely wash your apples before making this recipe.After you have dried the apples off, remove the stems and insert a wooden stick a few inches into each apple. You can use popsicle sticks, chopsticks, or wood skewers.



2: Crush the Cookies
Take your cookies and crush them up into little bits. We used chewy chocolate chip cookies, but you can use any type of cookie you want. Pile the bits on a large plate and save for later. You will also want to lay out a baking sheet and cover it with parchment paper. Spray the parchment paper with cooking spray, or coat with a thin layer of vegetable oil.



3: Melt the Caramel
You’ll want to buy the soft, chewy caramel candies at the store. They are usually individually wrapped squares of caramel (not the hard candies). They also sometimes sell caramel bits, they are bags of little caramel balls used for melting.Unwrap the caramels and place them in a medium saucepan along with the milk. Cook over low heat and stir occasionally.

Once the caramel is melted and fluid, remove from heat and let it sit for a few minutes.


4: Dip and Roll
Depending on how large the saucepan was to melt the caramel, you may want to transfer it to a deep soup bowl or something. Basically, you want to make sure the caramel is deep enough to submerge at least 2/3rds of your apple.Dip an apple into the caramel and hold it over the bowl for a little bit to make sure any excess caramel drips off. Then roll the apple around on the plate filled with the crushed cookies. Place the decked out apple on the baking sheet and repeat for the rest of the apples. Let them cure on the baking sheet for 3-4 hours or you can put them in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes. After patiently waiting, Enjoy your Caramel Cookie Apples!




Hope you enjoyed this week’s recipe from Papa’s Cook Book! If you made this delicious dish, we would love to see how it turned out. Send pictures of your masterpiece to info@flipline.com, or post them on our facebook wall, or upload them to the Papa’s Cook Book section of our Forum!

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