How Do You Make Caramel Apples On A Stick?
Nothing says autumn quite like caramel apples on a stick. Children and adults alike both enjoy these special treats. The combination of tart apples and sweet caramel are loved by everyone. Not only are these a great treat to eat, they make a nice cooking project as well. Children will enjoy making these in the kitchen, provided there is adult assistance with the hot caramel. Caramel apples make a nice addition to any fall party, or they can simply be enjoyed on a crisp autumn afternoon after a day spent raking leaves. Making caramel apples is as much fun as eating them! Wash and dry the apples well. Remove the stem from each apple. Unwrap each caramel and place it in the top of the double boiler over boiling water. Add the 1 to 2 tsp. of water and melt the caramels slowly over low heat. Spread a sheet of waxed paper nearby on the counter and set each apple on this surface. Carefully insert a craft stick into the top of each apple where the stem once was. When the caramel is completely