Caramel Apple Slice Pops Recipe

Caramel apples are a wonderful autumn dessert that everyone loves. This caramel apple slice pops recipe makes a great fall treat.


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I adore caramel apples but I find them so hard to eat. Whether I bite into them or cut them, it seems huge chunks of the precious coating busts off and I'm left with a lot of apple. This is my recipe for an easier to manage caramel apple as they are done in little slices that you can successfully enjoy without having them crumble. You can play around with the amount of toppings and use things like white chocolate drizzle and sprinkles. It's so much fun!

Total Time: 2 hours including wait time


  • hard apples like Fuji or Granny Smith
  • wooden popsicle sticks
  • semisweet chocolate
  • butter for greasing
  • soft caramels (I used Kraft)
  • peanuts


  1. Slice or your apples and remove the seeds.
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  3. Insert popsicle stick at the bottom of each slice. Pat apple slices dry.
  4. Line a tray with parchment paper and coat it with butter. Set aside.
  5. Bring a pot of water to a boil. Place chocolate in another bowl and set over boiling water.
  6. Stir frequently until chocolate is melted and smooth.
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  8. Begin dipping apples into melted chocolate.
  9. Turn to coat evenly and allow excess chocolate to drip off.
  10. Place each coated apple slice on the buttered parchment paper and refrigerate until chocolate is slightly set, about 15 minutes.
  11. In a bowl set over a pot of simmering water, add a tablespoon of water and caramel squares.
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  13. Stir frequently until melted and smooth.
  14. Gently drizzle chocolate coated apple slices with caramel sauce.
  15. Give the peanuts a rough chop.
  16. Sprinkle peanuts over caramel drizzle.
  17. Allow to sit for 15 minutes so caramel hardens and keeps the peanuts in place.
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  19. Serve and enjoy!
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