Caramel or candied apples are the quintessential Autumn treat. Preparing candy apples is a fun project for families and doesn’t require any cooking skills. Just place apples on sticks, bathe in gooey caramel or candy. Try these recipes that take candy apples to the next level. It’s edible artistry and a unique way to celebrate the season!
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Caramel Apples
This caramel apple recipe makes super glossy, shiny apples. And, as if that weren't enough to soothe a fierce sweet tooth, each is wrapped in a layer of chocolate chip cookie dough. Get recipe from Sprinkle Bakes.
Classic Candied Apples
Classic candied apples are cinnamon-y, crunchy and have a slightly sticky candy coating. Get recipe from Sprinkle Bakes.
Black Candy Apples
Combine your trick and your treat this Halloween with an activated charcoal candy-coated "poison" apple. Get recipe from Taste Made.
Peanut Butter Caramel Apples
The combination of crisp apples, chewy caramel, rich chocolate, and crunchy nuts is delicious and will suit any fall party or get-together. Get recipe from The Spruce Eats.
Salted Caramel Apples with Popcorn
Here's a clever idea to combine two yummy treats. These caramel apples are covered in a creamy, softer caramel coating, then dipped in buttered popcorn. Get recipe from Raspberri Cupcakes.
Marble Candy Apples
Learn how to marble candy apples with this easy and fun method! They’re perfect for parties and look gorgeous! Get recipe from Sugar and Charm.
Cinnamon Caramel Apple Pumpkins
These stunning apples are made with shoestring licorice and touched up with some pretty ribbons. Get recipe from Bakingdom.
Mini Candy Apples with Twigs
No one ever finishes a whole caramel apple, so find some mini apples and some pretty twigs to create this masterpiece. Get recipe from Allyson Baker Design.
Spider Web Caramel Apples
The spider web is made by pipping chocolate onto the apple. Make these even spookier by adding spiders! Get recipe from Purple Chocolate Home.
Jack-o'-Lantern Candy Apples
Surprise your family with this Halloween dessert! Enjoy these candy apples decorated as Jack o' Lanterns using Betty Crocker® icing. Get recipe from Betty Crocker Kitchens.
Peanut Butter Stuffed Caramel Apples
These caramel apples have their core removed. They are filled with a sweet peanut butter filling, and then coated in both milk and white chocolate, and butterscotch drizzles. Sprinkle with peanuts and crushed candy bars. Get recipe from Mississippi Kitchen.
Caramel and chocolate apples
This sweet treat is perfect for the Fall or Halloween. Get recipe from Food Network.
Bloody Candy Apples
Learn how to make an easy Candy Apples recipe for Halloween. These are white chocolate apples drizzled with "caramel blood." Get recipe from 1 Fine Cookie.
Rainbow Candy Apples
Make candy apples that actually look like real candy with these fully customizable sweet treats. Get recipe from Tastemade.