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Baked Werther’s Caramel Apple

It’s apple season and our fruit basket is overflowing with every variety and our candy basket is overflowing with Werther’s Chewy Caramels. This led to an impromptu decision by my daughter and I to bake ourselves and afternoon treat. The result was so easy and delicious and was ready just after we finished our lunch. Keep reading for the recipe…

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  • Peel And Core The Apple 1 of 6
    Peel And Core The Apple
  • Butter, Brown Sugar And Cinnamon 2 of 6
    Butter, Brown Sugar And Cinnamon
  • Brushing The Outside 3 of 6
    Brushing The Outside
  • Pressing In The Caramels 4 of 6
    Pressing In The Caramels
  • Fresh And Hot And Ready To Eat 5 of 6
    Fresh And Hot And Ready To Eat
  • Big Thumbs Up From My Girl 6 of 6
    Big Thumbs Up From My Girl

Baked Werther’s Caramel Apple Recipe

2 medium apple, any variety, but we chose granny smith

2 tablespoons butter, melted

1 tablespoon brown sugar

couple of shakes of cinnamon

8 chewy Werther’s Caramel candies

About 1 cup apple juice

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Cut the top of the apple off and peel abut 1/2 inch. Using a melon baller, scoop out the core, making sure  not to penetrate the bottom (you want it to be like a bowl). Combine the melted butter, brown sugar and cinnamon and brush the apple with the mixture on the inside and outside. Stuff the hole with 4 caramel’s and place in a baking dish. Fill the bottom of the baking dish with about 1/2 inch of of apple juice. Place in over and cook for 24 to 30 minutes or until apple is soft. Remove and let sit for about 5 minutes before serving. Make sure to eat it warm!

Disclaimer: A big thanks to Werther’s for sponsoring this campaign. Click here to see more of the discussion.

Read more from Macki on the Family Kitchen and Being Pregnant!

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