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Caramel Apple Slices Bar

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A Caramel Apple Slices Bar is such a fun fall treat to make with the family. Everyone gets their dessert the exact way they like it with this classic Autumn treat.

I love everything about the flavors of caramel apples. The tart and sweetness goes together so great. This would be great to serve at a pumpkin carving party, a football Sunday, movie night or really, any day!

A Caramel Apple Slices Bar is such a fun fall treat to make with the family. Grab your favorite toppings and create your own!

Caramel Apple Slices Bar

Making this fun dessert bar is super easy and super fun. I like doing it this way so everyone can make theirs exactly how they want it. The kids really love any kind of treat that gives them control over what is on it. It’s like a sundae buffet but with apples instead. Yum!

A Caramel Apple Slices Bar is such a fun fall treat to make with the family. Grab your favorite toppings and create your own!

Here Is What You’ll Need:

  • Apples – pick your favorites flavors. The most popular flavor is Granny Smith since they have a tart flavor. Other great options are Fuji and Honeycrisp.
  • Caramel Sauce – I like the Smuckers brand or the chilled kind they sell in the produce area.
  • Chocolate – You have two options here: use a chocolate sauce pre-made (like you use for ice cream) or heat melting chocolate.
  • Toppings – big list of ideas below!
  • Lollipop sticks or small skewers
  • Optional (but so helpful!)An apple slicer/corer. This makes getting even apple slices super easy.

A Caramel Apple Slices Bar is such a fun fall treat to make with the family. Grab your favorite toppings and create your own!

Toppings We Love

  • chocolate chips
  • mini marshmallows
  • crushed graham crackers
  • almond slivers
  • crushed peanuts
  • shredded coconut
  • crushed Oreos
  • marshmallow fluff
  • mini M&M’s
  • crushed pretzels
  • sprinkles
  • diced candy bar pieces

Caramel Apple Slices Bar

How Do You Make A Caramel Apple Bar?

  1. Choose Toppings – add your toppings into muffin tins or small bowls.
  2. Cut Apples – dice your apples into slices. Either serve immediately, or to keep them from browning soak them for 10 minutes in a salt water bath. Rinse them off before serving.
  3. Dip – first into a sauce then sprinkles your toppings.

Instead of slicing them into wedges, you can also slice across long ways.

A Caramel Apple Slices Bar is such a fun fall treat to make with the family. Grab your favorite toppings and create your own!

More Fun Recipes To Try

Mini Caramel Apples

Caramel Apple Pizza

No Churn Caramel Apple Ice Cream

Caramel Apple Banana Bread with Streusel

Caramel Apple Slices Bar

Caramel Apple Slices Bar

Published By Jill
A Caramel Apple Slices Bar is such a fun fall treat to make with the family. Grab your favorite toppings and create your own!
5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 15 mins
Course Dessert

Equipment

  • Muffin Tin or small bowls
  • Lollipop sticks or small skewers
  • Optional: apple slicer/corer

Ingredients
  

  • Apples Granny Smith, Fuji, Honeycrisp
  • Caramel Sauce
  • Chocolate
  • Toppings marshmallows, M&Ms, coconut, almond slivers, peanuts, etc.

Instructions
 

  • Add your toppings into muffin tins or small bowls.
  • Cut apples into slices. Either serve immediately, or to keep them from browning soak them for 10 minutes in a salt water bath. Rinse them off before serving if using a salt bath.
  • Put a skewer in the apple piece, dip into a sauce, then sprinkle with toppings.
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A Caramel Apple Slices Bar is such a fun fall treat to make with the family. Grab your favorite toppings and create your own!

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I am a mom of 3 awesome boys that love to get crafty with me in the kitchen. Our blog is full of all sorts creative food ideas for the Holidays, Party Ideas, Free Printables, Featured DIY Ideas, Recipes, & Kids Craft Ideas! Read more...

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