This is a traditional, old-fashioned fall treat. Back in Grandma’s day, she made this Caramel Apples Recipe. Then, she handed them out as treats on Halloween. They are popular at Halloween parties, too.
Did you know? There are more than 7,000 varieties of apples worldwide. About 2500 varieties exist in the U.S. Of those, 100 apple varieties are grown commercially in the U.S. And, just15 of those varieties make up 90% of total production.
|10-12||Apples, washed and stems removed|
|2 cups||Brown Sugar, firmly packed|
|1 cup||light corn syrup|
|14-ounce can||sweetened condensed milk|
|1 cup||chopped, salted peanuts|
Note: You can use other things for dipping or coating your caramel apples. Try other kinds of chopped nuts, mini M&Ms, mini marshmallows, and granola.
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