Apple Pie Caramel Apple Recipe Disneyland imitator

Apple Pie Caramel Apple Recipe Disneyland imitator

Apple Pie Caramel Apples-just like those in Disneyland! ! The sweet and sour Granny Smith apples are dipped in chewy caramel, coated with white chocolate, sprinkled with cinnamon sugar, and finally sprinkled with pie crumbs!

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Hello, readers of Lil’ Luna! Samantha from the House of Five Hearts is here, and I’m so happy to be back today to help Christine celebrate a week full of Disney’s everything! How fun is that? !

There are many delicacies related to Disney World and Disneyland, and the specialty caramel apple happens to be one of them. Apple Pie Caramel Apples are particularly popular, so I think it will be interesting to share this drool-worthy mimic recipe with you today.

Apple Pie Caramel Apples were originally sweet and sour Granny Smith apples dipped in caramel. After the caramel has solidified, dip the apple in the white chocolate and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar. Finally, dip the bottom of each apple into the pie crust. Whether you prefer to use regular baked pie crust or graham cracker crumbs, I am up to you. If you have a regular pie crust on hand, buy it…but graham cracker crumbs are equally delicious and may be easier to obtain for most people. So please feel free to use the most convenient one!

How to make apple pie caramel apples

Be sure to scrub your apples and dry them, because caramel will not stick to the waxy coating on most apples. As for caramel, if you already have a favorite recipe, you can of course make your own caramel. Otherwise, just melt a bunch of soft caramel cubes or use a bag of caramel cubes, the easiest route…no unpacking involved!

After soaking the apples, you need to let them sit in the refrigerator for an hour or two. Next is a layer of melted white chocolate, which should be sprinkled with cinnamon sugar as soon as the chocolate is still wet. Finally, dip the bottom of each apple into the pie crust or graham cracker crumbs.

The result is a caramelized apple that really tastes like apple pie! I’m not kidding, guys. I would not have thought that this combination of caramel/white chocolate/cinnamon sugar/pie crust would produce such an incredible flavor of apple pie, but it does. Tasty didn’t even begin to describe it!

If you really want to take the Disney route, feel free to dip a few large marshmallows in white chocolate, and then use toothpicks to fix them on the top of the apple as mouse ears.

Recipe FAQ + Tips

What about “Candy Feet”?• After immersing the apple in the caramel, you may notice some of the caramel coating dripping and gathering on the bottom of the apple. This is called candy feet. To get rid of the “candy feet”, simply trim off the larger pieces, and then gently smooth the remaining coating with your fingers.

Store: Apple candies can be made in advance and are well preserved. You can store them at room temperature or in the refrigerator. Unfortunately, they cannot be frozen for later use.

  • Countertop: Apples that are not pierced with a stick can be stored for about 7 days at room temperature.
  • Refrigerator: Perforated apples should be kept in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. Use a container that allows air circulation.
  • Cut apples can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Treat apple slices with lemon juice or use fresh fruit product protectors found in grocery stores to prevent them from browning.

If you are already a fan of Disney Apple Pie Caramel Apples, I think you will like to make your own economically at home, anytime. If you have never eaten it before, well, add this recipe to your trying list! It’s like apple pie on a stick, AKA, Very amazing……🙂

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Course dessert

American cuisine

Preparation time 10 minutes

Cooking time 8 minutes

Refrigerate for 1 hour

Total time 18 minutes

A serving of 4 apples

Calories 4265 kcal

Author Little Luna

  • 4-5 large Granny Smith apples
  • 4-5 popsicle sticks or biscuit/cake sticks
  • 11 ounces of Kraft Caramel Bits or equivalent unpackaged soft caramel cubes
  • 2 tablespoons water
  • 1 pie crust brushed with melted butter, sprinkled generously with cinnamon sugar, baked and cooled (or 6 regular or cinnamon graham crackers)
  • 12 ounces of melted white chocolate wafers, such as Ghiradelli or vanilla icing
  • Cinnamon sugar is missing 2 tablespoons of sugar plus ½ teaspoon of cinnamon, in a shaker
  • Wash the apples with hot water and scrub to remove as much waxy coating as possible. Dry thoroughly and insert a stick in the top center of each apple, pushing it at least halfway. Line a baking sheet with wax paper and spray it with non-stick cooking spray. Set aside.

  • Melt the caramel cubes and water in a medium saucepan over medium-low heat. Stir occasionally, until completely smooth and melted, about 3 minutes. Dip each apple in the melted caramel. Let the excess caramel drip back into the pot, then use a spoon or butter knife to scrape off the dripping caramel from the bottom of the apple. Place the soaked apples on the prepared baking sheet and refrigerate for at least an hour, or until the caramel has completely cooled and solidified.

  • Use a food processor or blender to process the baked pie crust (or graham cracker) into fine crumbs. Transfer to a bowl and set aside.

  • Melt the white chocolate melted wafer or vanilla sugar coating according to the package instructions. Dip each caramel apple in the melted white chocolate, let it drip, and scrape off the excess from the bottom. Sprinkle a lot of cinnamon sugar on the whole apple immediately. Let the white chocolate sit for a minute, then dip the lower half of each apple into the pie crust. Put the apple back on the wax paper and let it set completely.

The amount of ingredients is enough to perfectly wrap four apples. The remaining 5th apple should be enough, but if you have to scrape off the caramel and white chocolate left in the bowl, it may not be so “pretty”. You may also get leftover pie crust/graham cracker crumbs. They are delicious when sprinkled on vanilla ice cream… To add Mickey Mouse ears to your apples, dip large marshmallows in melted white chocolate. Place it on the apple and use a toothpick to pass through the top of the marshmallow and insert the apple to secure it in place. Use a pair of kitchen scissors to cut off the top of the protruding toothpick. Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar and repeat for the second ear on the other side.

Adapted from a favorite family recipe

Thanks so much for sharing Samantha! !

To see more of Samantha’s amazing creations, go to the House of Five Hearts.

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