Chocolate Apple Pops

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I was having trouble coming up with my Halloween inspired recipe this year. I felt like I had used up all of my creativity with my Dismembered SpookiesSpider Cupcakes, and my Pumpkin Cartwheels. But then I came across this cute video on Facebook and made these!

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So I have to admit that I got all of the inspiration for these bad boys from the video, but made them a tad healthier and veganized them.

Chocoalte Apple Pops (makes 10 pops)
10 popsicle sticks
2 large apples
1 cup of chocolate chips + 1 tbsp of coconut oil
caramel sauce (I used this recipe)
toppings (I used crushed Newman O’s, shredded coconut & almond pieces)

Place the chocolate chips in a small pot and melt on low heat with the coconut oil. As the chocolate chips melt, slice your apples into pieces and gently skewer them with the popsicle sticks.

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Once the chocolate is done melting, remove them from heat and dip the apple slices in turn them around until the chocolate is evenly distributed.

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Place the chocolate apple slices onto a parchment paper-lined cookie sheet and place in the fridge for 15 minutes. Remove the chocolate apples and drizzle on the caramel sauce and sprinkle on your toppings and gently press them in.

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Refrigerate until ready to serve… if you can wait ;p

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I’m looking forward to seeing other people’s Halloween creations!

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22 thoughts on “Chocolate Apple Pops

  1. How ingenious! I don’t think I have ever sliced an apple like that… I so want to try this right now but we’re going away in the morning and I’m supposed to be packing! 😛 Thanks so much for sharing – I’m definitely making these at the weekend! 😀

  2. Omg I LOVE this idea! We used to make caramel apples every Halloween, but found that the kids couldn’t finish it because it was just SO MUCH apple and sugar. This is great for smaller portions, plus I love the idea of adding toppings! Hoping I can make these before Halloween!

    1. Aw thanks Randi! I used to make caramel apples too! But the year I went vegan, I found it tough to veganize – they didn’t really turn out. And it’s a ton of work. These are easier 😉

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