Fun Fall Recipe for Kids: Caramel Apple Pops

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Looking for a fun fall recipe for kids? You’re going to love these Caramel Apple Pops!! When I think of fall, I think of an afternoon at the apple orchard or cider mill and that crisp fall air.  It also makes me think of one of my favorite fall treats.  Caramel Apples!  I absolutely love caramel apples, but they’re hard to eat and usually big enough and sweet enough that eating one by myself is too much.  Caramel Apple Pops are the perfect solution to that problem! Don’t forget to print the recipe card below.

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Caramel Apple Pops: Fun Fall Recipe for Kids

Ingredients:

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  • Apples
  • Caramel Apple Dip
  • Chocolate Candy Melt
  • Graham Crackers
  • Skewer Sticks
  • Water
  • Lemon Juice

Related: Best Apple Varieties of Fall & Amazing Recipes to Make With Them

Instructions:

  • Careful cut and remove the core from your apples, leaving the skin on.  The apples should be cut into large slices, each approximately 1/8th of the apple.
  • Soak the apple slices in water and lemon juice for 10-15 minutes to prevent them from turning brown.
  • Remove the apples from the water and pat completely dry with paper towel or napkins.
  • Melt the chocolate candy melt in your microwave according to package instructions.

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  • Carefully insert a skewer stick into each apple slice.

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  • Spread a thin layer of caramel apple dip over the apple slice, covering approximately 2/3 of the apple.

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  • Cover the caramel with the melted chocolate candy melt and sprinkle the graham cracker crumbs over the still melted chocolate.
  • Stand the apple pops in a glass or cup to let the chocolate harden.
  • Once chocolate is hard, serve immediately or store in the refrigerator.

While this treat is sweet, it is still a healthier alternative to many fall treats.  The apple is nutritious and if you wanted to get creative, you could make a caramel apple bar and allow kids to make their own caramel apple with a variety of healthy toppings to choose from.

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What is your favorite topping for caramel apple pops?

Fun Fall Recipe for Kids: Caramel Apple Pops

Fun Fall Recipe for Kids: Caramel Apple Pops

  • Apples
  • Caramel Apple Dip
  • Chocolate Candy Melt
  • Graham Crackers
  • Skewer Sticks
  • Water
  • Lemon Juice
  1. Careful cut and remove the core from your apples, leaving the skin on. The apples should be cut into large slices, each approximately 1/8th of the apple.
  2. Soak the apple slices in water and lemon juice for 10-15 minutes to prevent them from turning brown.
  3. Remove the apples from the water and pat completely dry with paper towel or napkins.
  4. Melt the chocolate candy melt in your microwave according to package instructions.
  5. Carefully insert a skewer stick into each apple slice.
  6. Spread a thin layer of caramel apple dip over the apple slice, covering approximately 2/3 of the apple
  7. Cover the caramel with the melted chocolate candy melt and sprinkle the graham cracker crumbs over the still melted chocolate.
  8. Stand the apple pops in a glass or cup to let the chocolate harden.
  9. Once chocolate is hard, serve immediately or store in the refrigerator.

 

29 thoughts on “Fun Fall Recipe for Kids: Caramel Apple Pops”

  1. I made these the other day and the kids loved them. Only one didn’t want the chocolate on them. We added nuts instead of graham crackers.

  2. These looks awesome, I never thought to dip individual slices of apples instead of the whole thing. We will be making these for sure.

  3. What a great idea! These would be a lot easier than doing the entire apple and there would be less wasted. I find when I do the entire apple often it all doesn’t get ate. Thanks for the idea!

  4. These are just too awesome! I’d use some crumbled pecans as well….

    A treat for the whole family, thanks for sharing!

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