Caramel & White Chocolate Apple Eyes

Happy Spooktacular September! I'm Mique from Thirty Handmade Days and the Queen Bee Market. I'm so excited to be hanging out with some of my favorite girls today. My kids and I have been having fun in the kitchen, getting ready for Halloween and came up with these Caramel and White Chocolate Apple Eyes.

Caramel and White Chocolate Caramel Eyes with printable- perfect for Halloween! From @30daysblog

I hope you'll have some fun in the kitchen too. Make some silly looking eyeballs and attach a cute printable to pass out at a party, for classroom parties or to friends. Get it? You're the APPLE of my EYE... I'm such a sucker for a good pun. I hope you are too!
Here's how you make these tasty treats-

Caramel & White Chocolate Apples:
1 package of caramels
3-5 Granny Smith apples
1 package white chocolate chips/melts/bark
1 package Lifesavers Gummies
Lollipop sticks (optional)

- Spray wax paper with cooking spray and place on a baking sheet or plate.
- Cut apples in slices. For the best single eyes (without a stick), use the first slices on either side of the apple. Josh called them the "cheeks" of the apple. :)
- If you are making eyes on a stick, at this point skewer the apples with a lollipop stick. Set aside.
- Melt the caramels according to directions on the package (microwave or stove). Dip apples in caramel and place on wax paper.
- Put in fridge to harden for one hour. Caramel will be sticky but the cooking spray will help release it from the paper.
- Melt white chocolate according to directions (microwave or stove).
- Dip caramel apples into the white chocolate, making sure to cover each piece.
- Set back on wax paper. Add a Lifesaver Gummy to each caramel apple, making the eye.
- Optional: using red piping pen, draw squiggly lines to make it a scarier eyeball.
- Put back in the refrigerator for 1/2 hour to harden.
- Place eyeballs in treat bag. Attach printable with ribbon or baker's twine.

Caramel & White Chocolate Apple Eyes from

Download an Apple of My Eye printable. For personal use only. Thanks!
If Halloween treats are your kind of thing you might like my Monster Fruit Dip with Toothy Apples.
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