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This classic fall treat gets a delightful boost from marshmallows, white and dark chocolate, plus grahm cracker crumbs. Yum. Great Halloween treat. Adapted from Country Living magazine.
- Remove stems and skewer apples by twisting off the stem. If skewer is blunt, sharpen with utility knife.
- Working on a flat surface, firmly grip your apple and push the skewer 2/3 of the way inches If any juice leaks out, blot the fruit with a paper towel before dipping.
- In a saucepan over low heat, melt the butter. Add the marshmallows, and stir until melted.
- Dip apples, one at a time, then transfer to a parchment lined baking sheet.
- Refrigerate until set, about 15 minutes.
- Then in a double boiler(I just set one pan over another pan with water). over low heat, melt the milk chocolate, stirring contiuously.
- Dip an apple into the chocolate, stopping 2/3 of the way up. Immediately dip the lower third of the apple into a bowl of crushed grahm crackers, rotating to coat evenly. Transfer to a parchment lined baking sheet.
- Repeat for all apples and refrigerate until set, about 15 minutes. Enjoy!
So much fun, but messy, yet so delicious! I originally planned to make candied and caramel apples for Halloween with the grand-kids, but they were unable to come over that weekend. So I made these last week (I forgot to review them until now). I have to say, this is a great twist on S'mores! We all loved them. The only change that I made was to microwave the butter and marshmallows to melt before dipping. Then I did the double-boiler using semi-sweet chocolate chips with the crushed graham crackers for coating. So yummy! Thank you for posting. (Made for PRMR)
Made 6 of these, seeing that one of my kids had a couple friends over overnight. Though it got a tad messy, half the reason was 4 rambunctious kids though, they turned out real well, with no complaints. I used 6 granny smith apples, and used dark chocolate seeing I had that on hand. baking time was right on the dot. A great great treat, that was a delight. Made for PRMR tag.