Caramel apple slices with Oreos-oh my! Have you tried Bada Bing Chocolates from Chocoley? It is so far superior to other chocolates that I will never again be able to use those disks sold in craft stores. Chocoley’s disks melt so evenly and easily in the microwave. They are shiny and most important…….TASTE DELICIOUS!!!! So, today I used the chocoley disks and their caramel to make these Chocolate Caramel Oreo Apple Slices. I love making caramel apples, but these are even easier. Just grab some apples,cut some slices and get dipping!!!
Chocolate Caramel Apple Slices with Oreos
4 apples, sliced into 1/2- 1inch rounds
1 bag Chocoley’s dark chocolate disks
1 tub Chocoley’s Caramel
Some Oreos, chopped
Gently Melt the caramel in the microwave in a bowl. Dip each apple round first into the caramel. Lay on a silpat sprayed with Pam or on parchment sprayed with pam. Pop in the fridge just a few mins. until set.
In another bowl, gently melt the dark chocolate in the microwave. Dip each apple into the chocolate and top with chopped Oreos. Chill until set!
Nettie Moore says
These look so delicious and easy, my favorite kind of recipe, need to get some chocoley! Nettie sharing on Moore or Less Cooking Facebook!
I only had caramels in the wrapper on hand so I melted them. This was a disaster because it stuck to everything BUT the apple slices! I’m a seasoned baker and was frustrated that I haven’t dipped them in the chocolate yet. That will be today’s chore. The juice from the sliced apples is what caused the non-stick caramel. Any suggestions????
I would think it has to do with the quality of the caramel itself. I had great success with the Chocoley caramel. Check it out!
Thanks Danielle I will look for them. I used Kraft caramels and have had much success with them before, so I’m sure it wasn’t them.
Love kraft too but have found it slides off apples.
You need to pat dry the freshly sliced apples with a paper towel before dipping. The moisture causes the caramel to slide off. That should fix your problem 🙂
What do you spray the Pam with?
spray the pan with Pam