Crunch, sweet, salty, and chocolatey flavors dance in my head and well, I just gotta share the recipe.
What I love most about salted caramel apple pops is how simple this recipe is.
From start to finish, salted caramel chocolate apple pop chunks will take you about five minutes!
There are no complicated ingredients in salted caramel chocolate apple pops.
In fact, you can use this as a base recipe and make almost any flavor of apple pops that you want.
Better yet, instead of eating the whole apple like you might when you buy a whole caramel apple, this is in pieces.
Yep, and you are welcome.
Take a piece and walk away, and good luck with that, lol!
Seriously, this is portioned apple pieces on sticks, which makes apple pops.
Apple season is one of my favorite seasons.
Since apples are their juiciest and best in September through November, I tend to make this more often.
However, truth be told, no matter when I crave something both sweet and salty, this is my solid go-to.
Alright, now instead of chatting about when I eat them, let’s get the recipe rolling for salted caramel chocolate apple pops so you too can crunch, munch, and satisfy your sweet tooth!
Salted Caramel Chocolate Apple Pop Chunks
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Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff
First and most importantly, I want to tell you, I don’t take out the seeds, neither does Mrs. Prindable, so, it’s not a thing!
You will be chopping an apple into 3 even pieces, kinda chunky, but portioned.
So, you can eat all three pieces, or of course, you can eat each piece a day at a time, your choice.
Salted Caramel Chocolate Apple Pop Chunks Rock The Chocolate
For years, I would purchase premade caramel apples, but something was missing.
No, they were not striped with chocolate, nor were they chocolate at all.
I am a white chocolate girl, but I love a little deep chocolate flavor, so I’ll share the way to this in my recipe.
See my White Chocolate Covered Cherry Recipe, and you’ll understand my obsession!Caramel is nice, in small doses, but caramel and chocolate are sumptuous.
Since caramel is sticky and complicated to bite, I kind of changed the way I eat an Apple Pop.
Your caramel will come from a squeeze bottle, and I urge you NOT to skimp on this purchase.
Use the salted caramel in different recipes and atop your coffee, but buy the good one.
In fact, my favorite salted caramel sauce is Ghiradelli.
Holy, salted caramel flavor in little drips, I could just drop it on a teaspoon and eat it (yeah, I have done that, don’t’ just me!)
Make Salted Caramel Chocolate Apple Pop Chunks on Demand
Because you can make this recipe any time you want, as it is both uncomplicated and portion-friendly, I don’t stock up on premade apple pops anymore.
The ingredients are simple and keep in the pantry for a while, so, that is a plus.
To that end, you really just need a good, crunchy apple.
Don’t Forget Your Popsicle Sticks And If You Do….
Order popsicle sticks, or buy them at the dollar tree, whatever rocks your world.
Make sure they are more to the jumbo side for strength in holding up that apple chunk!
Extras Toppings, To Really Get that Sweet and Salty Flowing
So, let’s just say, that chocolate is not enough, nor is caramel.
Let’s call it stacking Apple pops up with some other sweet and salty ingredients.
You’ll definitely want to crush up some pretzels.
Really, crush them, you don’t want to cut the roof of your mouth when you go all-in and shove this baby in!
Also, consider Nilla wafers or graham crackers.
Naturally, don’t forget the sprinkles, they make it pretty, and a little more sugary!
The Salted Caramel Chocolate Apple Pops Recipe
Now that I’ve got you all ready to fire-up a sugar high, let’s get to the recipe!
- Large Apple Cut into 3 equal pieces
- 6 oz melted chocolate
- Tsp Coconut Oil
- 1/4 C Graham Cracker Crumbs
- Mashed/Crumbled Pretzels (1/4)
- salted caramel sauce
- chocolate sauce
- Sprinkles (optional)
- Wood Sticks
- Add wooden sticks to the apple on the bottom of one side.
- Set aside.
- Prepare graham cracker and pretzel crumbles
- Make sure chocolate and caramel drizzles are close by.
- Line a baking tray with parchment paper.
- Melt chocolate.
- Once melted remove from microwave and add in coconut oil.
- Mix well.
- Dip each apple into chocolate.
- Then dip lightly sprinkle by hand with graham/pretzel mix.
- Next, dip the apple into the mix to coat.
- Set aside.
- Repeat with the other 2 apple pieces.
- Drizzle with chocolate
- Next, follow with caramel
- Sprinkles are optional
- Refrigerate 30 minutes
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 510Total Fat: 20gSaturated Fat: 12gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 13mgSodium: 254mgCarbohydrates: 78gFiber: 5gSugar: 57gProtein: 7g
Nutritional Content may be innaccurate