Oct 14, 2017

Caramel Apple Pops Recipe

One of the easiest ways to add a Pop! of Playfulness into your day is by playing with your food. It's okay, I promise.

These Caramel Apple Pops are super easy to make, and kids can even help whip them up. Plus, they're a lot more manageable to eat than a full caramel apple, and make a great party treat.

Check out the video below for the steps to follow.

 Cheers to a fall weekend filled with sweet treats!

Caramel Apple Pops Recipe

What You'll Need

  • 2 Apples (Makes 4 pops)
  • Caramels
  • Chocolate melting candies
  • Your favorite sprinkles
  • Lollipop sticks


  1. Cut each apple in half, starting at the stem. 
  2. Use a melon baller or grapefruit spoon to scoop out any seeds and make a space for the caramel. (A tip from a friend: brush a little orange juice or lemon juice on the apple halves to keep them from browning)
  3. Place a handful of caramels into a bowl, along with one teaspoon of water, and microwave for 30-45 seconds. When the caramel is melted, be sure it stir it a few times.
  4. Place the lollipop sticks through the bottom of the apple, and make sure they reach all the way into the well you've dug into the apple.
  5. Spoon about a tablespoon of caramel into each apple well, then place them in the refrigerator to cool for about five minutes, or until the caramel is hardened.
  6. While your caramel is cooling, place a cup of chocolate melting candies into a bowl and microwave for about a minute, stirring halfway through. Remove the bowl from the microwave, and take the apples out of the refrigerator. 
  7. Dip each apple half into the chocolate, then decorate with your favorite sprinkles! 
  8. When you're finished decorating your apple pops, let them cool in the fridge for about five minutes, or until the chocolate hardens. 

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