|Cooking Method:||Stove Top|
|1 c||pecans, peanuts, almonds or walnuts, chopped|
Try Diamond of California Nuts
|12 medium||apples, tart ones...washed and dryed|
|2 c||brown sugar|
|1 c||light corn syrup|
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|1 - 15 oz||can of sweetened condensed milk|
My mom worked at an apple orchard when I was a child...and they made apple cider, apple pies, apple crisps, caramel apples etc. to sell, besides all the wonderful apples...
My mom acquired the recipes for these things, and they all were good, but this one is OMGosh Good! It makes the best caramel apples!
For difficulty, I'm giving them a medium...they're not hard to make, just time consuming and putsy.
What a delight! My grandson and I both look forward to caramel apples each autumn... and these are truly classic. A real Blue Ribbon treat!
*For extra added yumminess, you can sprinkle more chopped nuts on top of apples after dipping. And/or you can sprinkle many things on them from coconut to crushed oreos.
*Also, something fun to do, especially if giving as gifts...melt some milk chocolate, white chocolate or dark chocolate (or all three) and drizzle over the apples after they've set.