Monday, October 5, 2009

Caramel Apples

Fall is certainly in the air, and we are loving it!! With this beautiful change in season comes one of my favorite Bond family traditions: caramel apples. This was my first time making these on my own without the help of my darling mother, but with her over-the-phone encouragement, a little creativity {chopsticks as sticks and parchment paper to wrap} and fantastic help from Jonathan, I think we can call our first run a success!!

Step 1: Wash apples, make homemade caramel and dip.


Step 2: When apples cool, dip in chocolate {we used dark chocolate and white milk chocolate}.


Step 3: Let sit for about 15 minutes and decorate {dark chocolate with pecans and, my favorite, white chocolate with cinnamon and sugar}.


Step 4: Wrap, give away, enjoy and thank mom {and helpers} over and over for making about 120 apples to serve at our wedding luncheon!

Ours weren't nearly as beautiful as these:

3 comments:

marieb said...

I'm so proud of you Jamie. They look so yummy!! I bet they turned out so well!! You little homemaker.

Kristy B said...

The apples look wonderful! Couldn't have done any better myself! You guys are the pros.

The Johnson Family of Colorado said...

Hi Jamie!!!! I love looking at your blog. I didn't know it existed, until Marie contacted me from hers. It is wonderful to see you so happy! Love Susan Johnson