Gourmet Candy Apples

Gourmet Candy Apples

Our apples are amazing and it's not just Tim and I saying that. Our customers rave about them too! We smother large, tart and crispy green apples in our creamy homemade caramel, dip them in chocolates and smother them in an assortment of toppings! Because of the perish-ability of apples, all apple orders will ship separately via next business day air. Apples are only shipped Monday - Thursday to avoid weekend transit time

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Delicious caramel apples may be associated with fall and October 31 is National Caramel Apple Day, but these treats can and should be enjoyed year round. This iconic treat is delicious, nostalgic, fun, and indulgent. These gourmet candy apples can be the perfect addition to a party spread or the perfect gift for colleagues, friends, and family.

Our sea salt caramel dark chocolate apples are made with tart Granny Smith apples, and then there is a layer of our homemade caramel and dark chocolate added. The apple is then topped with a little sea salt to bring out the flavors and give it perfection that will make your mouth water. Our chocolate pecan caramel apples are also made with Granny Smith apples and caramel, but they have milk chocolate and chunky pecan pieces for the perfect tart, sweet, and nutty flavor. The Granny Smith apple offers the right amount of tartness to help offset the caramel's sweetness. The best feature of these apples is that they are firm and can withstand all the yummy caramel and topping added to them.

We have a combined 10 years of candy making experience and, whether it's our candy apples or world famous pralines, our made-from-scratch southern treats can be enjoyed worldwide.

Take a look at our selection today of gourmet candy apples and find the perfect gift for someone or for yourself. Easily enjoy our candy apples by placing a knife about an inch from the stick and sliding through the apple. This will yield a nice round slice and the seeds from the core will still be on the stick portion. Repeat on the opposite side of the apple. Cut the remaining two sides away, which will leave you with four large pieces. Cut those pieces into smaller pieces, depending on your desired serving size. If you want to prevent browning after you have cut your apple but are waiting to serve it, sprinkle it with some lemon juice. Apples have a seven-day shelf life, as long as you store them in the refrigerator when they arrive. In order to make cutting easier, be sure to take out the apple from the refrigerator 45 minutes before cutting. You can also store any leftovers in the fridge, but these apples are so delicious that chances are you won't have any leftovers.

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