The season of fall is filled with crispy air, changing colors of leaves, and the smell of pumpkin pie. It is also filled with the delicious and inviting abundance of apples that are harvested during this time of the year. Apples are one of the simplest food items that can easily be used in many different kinds of recipes. One of the great things about apples is the delicious, sweet treat of caramel apples. Even better, making a caramel apple bar.
A caramel apple bar may sound dauntingly hard to do, but it is quite easily to put together. It makes it a fun, exciting way to add to any celebration. You can have them for a fun Halloween party, birthday party, or wedding.
So here is how you can put together your very own caramel apple bar that every person will love.
Get the essentials
The ingredients are the first thing you will need to gather to make your caramel apple bar.
- Blunt sticks
- Caramel sauce (your local grocery store might have pre-made caramel dipping sauce)
- Variety of different chocolate sauces
You’ll need to gather a wide variety of toppings for your caramel apples. Here are some suggestions you might want to get together.
- Gummy worms
- Reese’s pieces
- Chopped nuts
- Colorful frosting
- Halloween candies (eyeballs, bugs, candy corn etc.)
- Mini marshmallows
- Chocolate chips
- Crumbled cookies
- Edible glitter
Put it together now
Now it’s time to put the ingredients out and create a display for your party guests.
You can easily display the ingredients into small containers of bowls. An idea to do with the apples is you can cut them up and stick the blunt sticks into them. Already cut up apples make it even a small treat the children can enjoy at the party too!
Make sure to add small signs to the ingredients so the guests know exactly what they are putting on their caramel apples.
Another great way to serve the caramel apple dip is to keep it hot in a buffet server. This will make sure the caramel dip remains hot and soft instead of hardening. Instead of caramel, you can also have a variety of different chocolates to serve to for the apples to be dipped in.