Caramel Apple Nachos

These Caramel Apple Nachos are an easy treat perfect for movie nights and get togethers. Sliced apples drizzled in caramel and white chocolate, and topped with chocolate chips and toffee bits – it tastes just like a caramel apple, but simpler to make!

Caramel Apple Slices

Family Favorite Caramel Apple Nachos

Hello – it’s me, Lily! Last week I mentioned that we made a yummy treat for movie night. It was Caramel Apple Nachos, and it was DELICIOUS!! We’ve had caramel apples before, but never as nachos, which were kind of like caramel apple slices! Mom said we could put on some of our favorite treats, so we put on caramel, white chocolate, mini chocolate chips and toffee bits!! We ate the whole thing in just like 10 minutes!! They were a little messy so I helped my little sister, Evie, eat them. 🙂

If you like Caramel Apples, then you will love this recipe. We used slices of red apples and green apples. The red apples are a little bit sweeter, but I still like both kinds! My mom said it’s much easier to make than Caramel Apples! I think so too!! Plus they’re just as tasty. I think we need to make this EVERY family night. My dad was out of town when we made this, so I’m excited to make it again for him. I think he’ll love it because he likes caramel apples just like mom!

Apple Nachos Recipe

How to make Apple Nachos:

Start by preparing the heath bits and mini chips by putting them into separate bowls. It’s important to have these all ready so they can be sprinkled on as soon as the caramel and white chocolate are on. Next, cut a ziploc bag at the corner – you will eventually use it to drizzle the white chocolate. Cut your apples right before working on the candy coating and caramel so they do not brown, then place on your prepared dish.

Unwrap caramels and place in small pot with 1 TB water. Heat on low-medium temp until melted. (Or if you opt to use Ice Cream Caramel Topping skip this step). At the same time, melt white chocolate by placing candy coating in a small pot on low heat and stirring constantly until melted and smooth. Place in ziploc bag with cut corner as soon as it’s done. Drizzle white chocolate and caramel on as soon as they are melted and smooth. Sprinkle toppings (toffee bits and mini chips) on immediately, and serve right away.

Some other topping ideas:

  • Peanut Butter Drizzle
  • Ground cinnamon
  • Cinnamon sugar
  • Crushed nuts
  • Butterscotch Chips
  • Crushed OREOs
  • Reese’s Pieces
  • Crushed Graham Cracker
  • Shredded Coconut

 

Caramel Apple Nachos Recipe

I wish I had some Caramel Apple Nachos right now!! I hope you like this recipe. Like I said, it’s really easy. And I think you’ll really like it! I hope you can come back again soon for more yummy treats from me.

Love, Lily

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Caramel Apple Nachos Recipe

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These Caramel Apple Nachos are an easy treat perfect for movie nights and get togethers. Sliced apples drizzled in caramel and white chocolate, and topped with chocolate chips and toffee bits - it tastes just like a caramel apple, but simpler to make!

Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 6
Calories 241 kcal
Author Lil' Luna

Ingredients

  • 3-4 gala apples
  • 3-4 granny smith apples
  • 1/2 pkg Kraft caramels, unwrapped (or ice cream caramel topping)
  • 1 TB water
  • white chocolate candy coating
  • mini chocolate chips
  • heath toffee bits

Instructions

  1. Place heath bits and mini chips into separate bowls. It's important to have these all ready so they can be sprinkled on as soon as the caramel and white chocolate are on.

  2. Cut a ziploc bag at the corner. This will be for the white chocolate for you to drizzle on.

  3. Cut your apples right before working on candy coating and caramel so they do not brown. Place on your prepared dish.

  4. Unwrap caramels and place in small pot with 1 TB water. Heat on low-medium temp until melted. (Or if you opt to use Ice Cream Caramel Topping skip this step).

  5. At the same time, melt white chocolate by placing candy coating in a small pot on low heat and stirring constantly until melted and smooth. Place in ziploc bag with cut corner as soon as it's done.

  6. Drizzle white chocolate and caramel on as soon as they are melted and smooth. Sprinkle toppings (toffee bits and mini chips) on immediately.

  7. Serve immediately.

 

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My name is Kristyn and I’m the mom of SIX stinkin’ cute kids and the wife to my smokin’ hot hubby, Lo. My mom’s maiden name is Luna, and I’m one of the many crafty “Lil’ Lunas” in the fam. On this site I like to share all things creative – from recipes to home decor to gifts and home decor ideas. Welcome!

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Comments

  1. I would like to try but replacing the white chocolate chips with peanut butter chips, i love chocolate and peanut butter together and i love peanut butter on apples.

  2. How do you get your caramel to stay drizzled on? I tried today in prep for a party and used Hershey’s caramel syrup and it came right off and puddled on dish. Maybe because I soaked apples in lemon water so they don’t turn brown, or apple cold, syrup being room temp?

    1. i also tried the syrup and it did not turn out very well …BUT then next time i used the caramel topping ( like in a glass jar ) and it turned out great !!!!!!

  3. Hi Lily! I am a Girl Scout troop leader with a multi-level troop, with girls from Kindergarten to 7th grade. One of my co-leaders made these with our Daisy and Brownie Scouts. We used Golden Delicious and Fuji apples and strawberries, but left off the toffee bits. The girls all loved it so much we forgot to take a picture! Thank you for the wonderful recipe!

  4. Hi! I came across this recipe on Pinterest and just had to test it out as a snack at my most recent Crafty Club. It was easy to make, easy enough that my 3 1/2 year old helped out with it 🙂 And it was a hit at the party. The ladies thought it was so pretty. I hope you don’t mind — I linked back to your page with the recipe here: http://www.lifeaswegoit.com/2015/11/bags-and-tags.html — thanks again for the great idea!