Raw Caramel Apples

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Raw Caramel Apples: Fall is apple season! Who doesn’t love Caramel Apples?  Lots of people love the taste of Caramel Apples, but the processed sugar, high saturated fats and stickiness on teeth keep them away from this favorite food. Today, you can have it all with this amazing Raw Caramel Apple recipe,  turning dates and coconut oil into delicious caramel. We simply can’t get enough of these sweet treats—pure yum!

The great thing about Caramel Apples is, they are fun to make and the flavor possibilities are endless. We used nuts as the topping, but really you can top them with anything. Think sea salt, sprinkles, cookie crumbs, ground flax meal, raw oats or granola. Give it a go, they are super fun to make and delicious to share!

Raw Caramel Apples
Raw Caramel Apples
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Raw Caramel Apples
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Servings Prep Time Passive Time
3apples 10minutes 20minutes
Servings Prep Time
3apples 10minutes
Passive Time
20minutes
Ingredients
Servings: apples
Units:
Ingredients
Servings: apples
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Method
  1. Blend dates with coconut oil, cinnamon, salt, vanilla, almond milk and water to get a smooth, thick consistency. If you want the sauce a bit sweeter, add a couple drops of maple syrup or honey.
  2. Optional step: Slice 1/8 inch off the apple bottom to help the apple not roll off the plate.
  3. Insert a popsicle stick, chopstick, tree branch (whatever kind of stick you’d like to use) into the center top of each apple.
  4. Cover the apples completely with the “date caramel” by dipping and rolling the apple in sauce. Then dip or sprinkle them with chopped nuts (optional).
  5. Place completed apples on parchment paper covered cookie sheet and place in the fridge for at least 20 minutes or until caramel solidifies—then serve up and enjoy!
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Recipe Notes

*Optional: Agave/honey if you want your caramel sauce a bit sweeter.

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