Six months ago if someone asked me to create a recipe I would have had to sit down and really think hard about what to make. I probably would have ended up finding one on Pinterest, tweeking it then calling it good. But lately I have been getting recipe inspiration non-stop. It’s like a switch clicked in my brain and ideas are coming to me a million miles an hour. I actually have a notepad by my bed so when I wake up in the middle of the night with an idea I can jot it down so I don’t forget.
A few weeks ago my lovely mom brought us over the biggest apple I have ever seen! You may have seen the picture on Instagram I posted of Rohrl devouring it. I asked where she got them and she said they were on sale at Sprouts. Well, before I could get over there to buy some more, she brought me over a huge box of them. How awesome is she?! As I was slicing one up and enjoying the crunchiness that my favorite Honey Crisp offers, I was reminiscing about all the fun things we got to do this summer. One thing we didn’t get around to doing was making s’mores. S’mores are one of my all time favorite treats and I would have loved to introduce my boys to their ooey-gooey goodness. Then BAM! Inspiration struck! Why not make s’mores candied apples! After a little bit of thinking and searching through the cupboards I found all the ingredients I’d need. Now on to making them.
Well, life happened. And here we are 3 weeks later with no s’mores apples. Not today! I woke up and had a goal: Make S’mores Apples! And you know what… they are delicious! Every bite brings a new mix of flavors and it is (almost) like biting in to a s’more hot out of the fire pit! Apples are still in season so go pick a few and try these today. You won’t be disappointed.
Honey Crisp (or your favorite) Apples
Jet Puffed Marshmallow Creme (I made 4 and used 90% of the jar)
Chocolate Chips (about 1/4 cup per apple)
Graham Crackers (1/2 a long cracker per apple)
Tools To Make Creating Easier:
Clean apple and insert lollipop stick into top
In a microwave safe bowl warm up Marshmallow Creme for 15 seconds.
Using a non-stick spatula cover bottom 3/4 of apple with Marshmallow Creme.
Let dry for about 15 minutes on wax paper.
In a microwave safe bowl cook chocolate chips for 30 seconds and then stir. Cook in increments of 15 seconds and stir in between until chocolate is smooth.
With a non-stick spatula cover bottom half of Marshmallow Creme covered apple with chocolate.
Using your Blendtec blender (seriously this thing is the bomb dot com. I have used my KitchenAid blender to crush things before and I always get large chunks no matter how long I crush them for. In about 5 seconds the Blendtec had crushed all the graham crackers into the perfect sprinkle size) crush graham crackers until they are a fine dust.
Sprinkle graham crackers over chocolate.
Place remaining graham crackers in a bowl and dip apple in to cover bottom.
Be careful with how thick you put the chocolate on. Gravity will take over and start pulling the chocolate down into a big pile of chocolate-y mess if you put it on too thick.
Word of warning: You will get messy eating this sweet treat! It is totally worth it though!
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Annette Belnap says
What a great idea! So fun!
I love s’mores. And candy apples. I must have these! Thanks for sharing!
I know right?! I am the same way 🙂
Kim @ Life is a Lullaby says
Yum! These look good!! Will have to try these.
Thanks Kim! You definitely should… they are super easy to make!!
These looks delicious. I’ve always wanted to make chocolate covered apples. I love the idea of using Marshmallow Creme before adding chocolate, what an awesome finished look and taste I’m sure. Can’t wait to try!
Thank you so much Heather!
I love caramel apples but I’ve always been too intimidated to make my own. This one looks GREAT though! I might have to try it! 😉
Thanks Heather! You really should try them! These are super easy to make!!
Oh my gosh I’m hungry just looking at this! I am a HUGE s’mores fan and a HUGE apple fan. What a great combo.
Thanks Erin! I am the same way and when you have two loves why not mix them together right?!
This look so good!!! I love apples and s’mores!! Yummy! Thanks for linking up!
Thanks Heather! They are my favorite too!
Kendra @ www.joyinourhome.com says
These look ah-mazing Sydney! They’re in my to-do list this fall! So delicous looking!
Thank you so much Kendra!! They taste even better than they look! I hope you enjoy them!
Jann Olson says
One of my favorite fall treats. These look delicious!! Thanks for sharing the how to’s. Visiting from My turn to shine.
Thanks so much Jann! I hope you enjoy them!
One of my 16yo daughters is a big fan of Gala apples. She is also a S’mores lover, so she will certainly be all over this idea. I can’t wait to share it with her!
Thanks for visiting Tracee! I hope your daughter loves them!
Jamie | anderson + grant says
A perfect recipe for fall! I love apples covering in anything!
Nicki Lewis says
These are so cute. Thanks for sharing with Tuned in Thursday
Thanks so much Nicki! And thanks for hosting a great party!
Kim @ Life is a Lullaby says
These look so great I had to share them in my latest round-up – 15 Fall Apple recipes 🙂
Thanks so much Kim! Your collection looks amazing!!
Creatively Homespun says
This looks fabulous! Thank you for linking up at the Creative K Kids’ Tasty Tuesdays! It’s great to party with you! I have pinned all your posts to our Tasty Tuesdays Pinterest Board! I hope to see you again this week! xo
Thanks Danielle! I definitely will be stopping by tomorrow!