Fruit Bouquets' How to Make Chocolate Covered Football Apples

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Intro: Fruit Bouquets' How to Make Chocolate Covered Football Apples

Here's a Fruit Bouquets DIY to get you ready for the Big Game.

Step 1: Gather Materials

You will need:

  • Apples
  • Apple cutter
  • Knife
  • Icing writer
  • Chocolate dipping sauce or Semi Sweet chocolate chips
  • Lemons

Step 2: Wash & Dry Apples

  • Washing your apples can lessen the risk of ingesting harmful substances, such as pesticides or bacteria.

Step 3: Cut Apples

  • Use an apple cutter to cut apples into wedges. The apple cutter will easily remove the core of the apple and give you what you can consume.
  • A knife can also be used. Cut one inch away from the center to keep away from the core.

Step 4: Soak Apples in Lemon Juice

  • Soak the apples in lemon juice for 5-10 minutes. This will prevent the apples from browning.
  • Remove from the juice and dry completely.

Step 5: Dip Apples in Chocolate

  • If you are using semi sweet chocolate chips, place them in the microwave until melted.

Step 6: Refrigerate Apples Briefly

  • For the chocolate to dry, place apples in the refrigerator for approximately 5-10 minutes.
  • It is important not to keep them in for too long or the chocolate could crack when brought back to room temperature.

Step 7: Draw Laces

  • Draw the laces to complete your delicious chocolate covered football treats.
  • Use your icing writer to draw as seen in the picture above.

Step 8: Enjoy the Big Game!

  • And visit fruitbouquets.com to make the Big Game even sweeter.
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