CELEBRATING NATIONAL CARAMEL APPLE DAY
So many ways to prepare your favorite fall treat!
Like beautiful foliage and cozy knit sweaters, nothing says "fall" like the time-honored combination of crispy apples and sweet, rich caramel. This year, we're celebrating National Caramel Apple Day by sharing some of Chefclub's greatest autumnal hits—cakes, pies, fritters, and cinnamon rolls—starring, you guessed it, caramel and apples. Get ready for sticky fingers.
Rethink the traditional apple pie with these mini caramelized apple flowers. To start, lovely puff pastry “stars” are baked to golden-brown perfection, then used as a dish for caramelized apple flowers, apple sauce, and vanilla ice cream. Finished with rum-spiked homemade whipped cream and delicate puff pastry leaves.Check out the recipe!
For the chocolate lovers out there, this rich, fluffy, fall-y chocolate cake is sure to please. Hidden inside the cake are whipped cream with a hint of vanilla bean and sweet caramelized apple. It’s frosted with more whipped cream and finished with a gorgeous layer of white and milk chocolate.Check out the recipe!
Enjoy a taste of fall, and nostalgia, with this recipe for cinnamon rolls filled with caramelized Granny Smith apples, made using your favorite childhood treat: Werther’s Original Hard Caramels (melted with butter, as if they weren't delicious enough), topped with decadent cream cheese frosting for the ultimate autumnal goodness.Check out the recipe!
Crisp Granny Smith apples become lightly glazed golden brown fritters in this addictively delicious recipe. A chocolate ganache coated in salty-sweet caramel and rich, chocolate frosting provides a perfect base for the fritters, making for a fun take on this quintessential fall treat.Check out the recipe!
We’re going to go ahead and claim this recipe as the official cake for fall. It’s a cinnamon-spiked bundt cake loaded with fresh apples and classic Werther’s candies folded into the mix. Coated in a heavenly caramel frosting and sprinkled with chopped walnuts, it just doesn’t get any tastier (or fall-ier).Check out the recipe!