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Halloween DIY: Candy Apple Pops

Halloween DIY: Candy Apple Pops

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No fall season is complete without a fun, edible DIY project! I wanted to share my recipe for the quickest and easiest treats during this Halloween season – candy apple pops. This is the perfect treat for a date night with your loved one, fun with the family, or for hosting a Halloween party. Seriously, this project takes about 30 minutes total and will wield you with the yummiest treats of the season. Not to mention everyone will think you’re a master chef. I had a fun time making these with my fiancé, Scott, who just got back from a training cycle in Louisiana. We were supposed to make them last night but he ate all of the candy corn and Reese’s. Honestly I can’t blame him because if I was stuck in the woods eating MRE’s (google it, I dare you) I would go HAM on some candy too! Below I have listed out what you need for this project and a step-by-step process on how to make these. I’d love to see you mix and match ingredients for your family! For example, you can try using gummy worms or Oreos!

What you need:

  • A variety of candy – I bought Candy Corn, Twix, 3 Musketeers, Milky Ways, Snickers and Reese’s.
  • Popsicle sticks
  • Red and Green apples
  • Sharp knife
  • Small bowl
  • Cutting board
  • A jar of caramel
  • Chocolate syrup or jared chocolate (or melted down chocolate)

 

Steps to make candy apples:

  1. Cut apples into slices, about 1/2 inch thick.
  2. Take the sharp knife and at the bottom of the apple make a small incision where you will stick the popsicle sticks.
  3. Put popsicle sticks in each apple.
  4. Lay apples out on a cutting board neatly.
  5. Carefully drizzle caramel over the apples.
  6. Repeat with chocolate.
  7. Take a small bowl to smash the candy (not candy corn) into pieces. I suggest doing it brand by brand, making a Twix apple, Milky Way apple, etc.
  8. Sprinkle smashed candy on to the apples and load them with additional bars of candy.
  9. Stick the apples (still on cutting board) in the freezer or refrigerator for about 15 minutes so the caramel and chocolate harden.
  10. Enjoy!

 

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48Comments
  • April/ 21.10.2016Reply

    These are so cute! The look delicious too. I know my kids would love to make these. A perfect fall treat.

    • tayloraube/ 21.10.2016Reply

      You should make them, the kids would love this project 🙂

  • Laura Yanke/ 21.10.2016Reply

    Wow these look amazing! I might have to make a few of my own this year! Thanks for sharing girl!

    • tayloraube/ 21.10.2016Reply

      Go for it Laura!!! <3

  • Nicole Leffew/ 21.10.2016Reply

    Omg these look delicious! And your pictures are gorgeous! So creative. I have to try these! Xo

    • tayloraube/ 21.10.2016Reply

      I was really happy with how the pictures turned out, I went a little above and beyond with the flatlay ahah!

  • Ruthie/ 21.10.2016Reply

    These look so amazing!! How creative?! I want to try this with the apples we just got!

    • tayloraube/ 21.10.2016Reply

      Ruthie your kids would LOVE it! So easy and quick – not to mention the clean up is super easy too 🙂

  • Leah/ 21.10.2016Reply

    Those look SO delicious! What a beautiful post!

    xx Leah / http://www.eatpraywearlove.com

    • tayloraube/ 21.10.2016Reply

      Thanks so much Leah!

  • Kelsey/ 21.10.2016Reply

    Oh my how fun!! I think I’ll have to try to make these for next weekend!

    xo Kelsey | http://www.chasingcinderellablog.com

    • tayloraube/ 21.10.2016Reply

      Yes, yes, yes! You need to!

  • The Golden Girl Diary.com/ 21.10.2016Reply

    These look so yummy! And such a fun activity. Pretty sure if I tried to make them that they would not turn out as beautiful as yours!

    xo, Amanda | http://www.thegoldengirldiary.com

    • tayloraube/ 21.10.2016Reply

      My fiance made two of them pictured above – if he can make them look good anyone can, hahaha!!!

  • Angelle Marix/ 21.10.2016Reply

    Okay, I’m so making these!! I am obsessed with candy apples!! We buy them every Time that we see them at a candy shop. Thanksss for inspiring me to make my own!!

    xoxo,
    Angelle
    http://www.dashingdarlin.com

    • tayloraube/ 21.10.2016Reply

      Have fun! It’s the quickest and yummiest activity this season 🙂

  • Carissa/ 21.10.2016Reply

    These look so yummy! Definitely trying these babies out! love it!

    • tayloraube/ 21.10.2016Reply

      Thanks Carissa!

  • Anna/ 21.10.2016Reply

    This sounds insanely delicious and so easy!! Thanks for sharing! XO ~Anna http://www.pepperedinstyle.com

    • tayloraube/ 21.10.2016Reply

      You’re welcome Anna 🙂 Thanks for your sweet comment!

  • Emily/ 21.10.2016Reply

    This looks amazing! I’m going to try it this weekend and bring it to the office next week!

    Xoxo Emily
    https://www.ditchtheheels.com/

    • tayloraube/ 21.10.2016Reply

      You coworkers will love you forever, haha!

  • Belle/ 21.10.2016Reply

    They look so good!

    One Awesome Momma

    • tayloraube/ 21.10.2016Reply

      Thank you!

  • Ashley DTKAustin/ 21.10.2016Reply

    Oh my gosh, these look so amazing! I need to try!

    • tayloraube/ 21.10.2016Reply

      Yes you do! So yummy!

  • Anna Cobbs/ 21.10.2016Reply

    So fun!! I never thought about dipping them in crushed candy! Definitely going to try this with my toddler!

    xx – anna
    fleurdille.com

    • tayloraube/ 21.10.2016Reply

      Isn’t it the perfect idea? And you can use whatever candy or cookies you like.

  • Zoe/ 21.10.2016Reply

    YUM! This makes me want Halloween candy right now!!

    • tayloraube/ 21.10.2016Reply

      Right?! I don’t even like candy but I sure do love candy apples 🙂

  • Laura/ 21.10.2016Reply

    These look amazing! I can’t believe you made these! I need the crafty and cooking gene.
    ; )

    • tayloraube/ 21.10.2016Reply

      They were so easy anyone can make them! Even Scott did a good job and he’s not very crafty 😛

  • Tiffani at Breton Bay/ 21.10.2016Reply

    These look Amazing!! And totally doable ???????? My kids would be in HEAVEN!!!

    xoxo
    Tiffani
    http://www.tiffaniatbretonbay.com

    • tayloraube/ 21.10.2016Reply

      Yes they would!!!

  • Courtney Bentley/ 21.10.2016Reply

    OMG mouth drooling like crazy right now!! Thanks for sharing these incredible treats 😉
    Courtney Bentley || http://www.courtneyvioletbentley.com

    • tayloraube/ 22.10.2016Reply

      Now I have to hit the treadmill to burn off all these candies 😛

  • Donna/ 21.10.2016Reply

    HOLLLYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!! This is amazing – thanks for the recipes! I definitely need to try this!

    • tayloraube/ 22.10.2016Reply

      Donna you NEED to make these. They are SO GOOD!!

  • Jackie/ 21.10.2016Reply

    My daughter would have so much fun making these! So yummy!

    • tayloraube/ 22.10.2016Reply

      It’s such a fun project!

  • Jenna at Boston Chic Party/ 21.10.2016Reply

    These look so delish and fun to make, Taylor! I am a sucker for candy corn 🙂
    xoxo, Jenna
    Boston Chic Party

    • tayloraube/ 22.10.2016Reply

      Me too!! Candy corn is my favorite. My coworkers said they hate it.. blasphemy!

  • Greta/ 22.10.2016Reply

    These are perfect for a Halloween party! I need to try all of these! Especially the snickers!

    Greta | http://www.gretahollar.com

  • Amy/ 22.10.2016Reply

    How fun are these! I bet they tasted delicious!

    xoxo,
    Amy

    http://www.styleandsequins.com

  • Dawnq/ 22.10.2016Reply

    Omg! my mouth is watering! These looks so good! And they don’t look too hard to make which is a plus for me. I’m not the best at complicated cooking instructions lol. Thanks for sharing!

  • Maggie/ 22.10.2016Reply

    Wow these look soooo good!!

    http://www.maggiealamode.com

  • halloween sayings/ 27.10.2016Reply

    Thanks for sharing such a pleasant recipe!

  • Jackie/ 27.10.2016Reply

    Oh wow, these look so good. And fun to make. Of course I would probably eat half the candy and caramel while making them! lol
    How nice is it to have Scott back with you?!

    xo, jackie
    stylemydreams.com

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