We can buy these small and beautiful apples; they are perfect for chocolate or caramel apples. Now, with Christmas time approaching, it's good to know a few recipes of quickly done sweets. Of course you can use the normal size apples or dunk them in melted caramel. I used chocolate.
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6 small Apples
100 g dark Chocolate
different toppings like "hundred-Thousands",
colorful Sugar sprinkles,
or melted white Chocolate.
6 wooden Skewers
Put the apples into the fridge while preparing the rest. Chocolate will stick better to the skin if that is cold.
Meanwhile chop the chocolate and melt it in a Bain Marie.
Prepare the toppings in small bowls.
Take the apples from the fridge and push one skewer into each core of the apples.
Now turn the apples in the melted chocolate, so they are covered all over, then lift them up and let excess drip off.
Now turn each apple in your desired topping and stand them up on the baking paper to cool.
Tip:They are not only perfect for Christmas, but also for a party buffet, birthday celebration, Christening or any kind of celebration. Use colors to match the celebration theme, for example, use white chocolate for a Christening.
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