Look through our toffee apple recipe collection for more sticky sweets for party season.
Your favourite traybake in toffee apple form, this treat is crunchy and mallowy all in one. To make, melt 100g dark chocolate, and crush 6 digestive biscuits and 1 Crunchie into small pieces. Push a lollipop stick through the middle of 6 apples, then drizzle over the chocolate and stick on the crushed pieces of digestive and Crunchie, plus a handful of mini marshmallows. Leave to set.
Chocolate biscuits on top of chocolate – what’s not to love? The crumbly sweet topping combines beautifully with a tart, juicy apple. To make, stir a smidge of orange food colouring into 225g melted white chocolate. Push a lollipop stick into the middle of 6 apples and dunk them in the coloured chocolate. Crush 6 Oreos, then dip half the apple into the Oreos and leave to dry.
There’s an apple for every guest, including your vegan friends. Even non-vegans will want a bite of this coconutty treat. To make, mix 6 tbsp melted coconut oil with 6 tbsp cocoa powder and 3 tbsp maple syrup. Push a lollipop stick into the middle of 6 apples, then dunk in the chocolate mixture and sprinkle over 50g coconut flakes. Put in the fridge to harden.
This might look like your standard caramel apple, but it has an irresistible mix of your favourite corner shop sweets. To make, melt 100g Werther’s Chewy Toffees with 6 small Mars bars. Push a lollipop stick into the middle of 6 apples, then dunk in the Mars and toffee sauce. Chill in the fridge until hardened and enjoy!
White chocolate lovers will be happy to hear that this treat made our list. Sweet chocolate and salted peanuts are a match made in heaven. To make, melt 225g white chocolate. Push a lollipop stick into the middle of 6 apples, then dunk in the chocolate and cover with 115g chopped salted peanuts. Eat once set.
For a step-by-step tutorial on how to make traditional treats, check out our video on how to make toffee apples:
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