A classic autumn treat, the chocolate apple. These beauties remind us of chilly days at school, Fridays were chocolate apple day for us. They’re a great way to trick little ones into eating fruit rather than masses and masses of sweets, which can be difficult around Halloween.
We love this recipe for making with little ones, there’s no oven required so it’s safe and fun. We can’t promise it won’t get a little messy but that’s part of the fun, right?
This recipe was created and shot by the talented Jemma Loi, you can check out her gorgeous instagram page here. Jemma made this scrumptious recipe in our In The Forest Batter Bowl, available here, featured them on our gorgeous Soria Chopping Board, available here.
Why not whip yourself up a batch whilst browsing our must-see Christmas Gifts collection, take a peek here.
Six small apples (pink ladies are our go-to!)
Six wooden sticks
150g chocolate (50% cocoa solids works well)
Toppings: you can use chopped nuts, sprinkles, coconut, crushed Oreos. (Jemma used Raymond Blanc Cinnamon Pearl Sugar as they are super tasty!)
Wash and dry the apples, remove the stalks and insert the sticks to about half way. Line a tray with parchment.
Melt the chocolate in a heatproof bowl above a pan of simmering water. Keep stirring and once fully melted, dip in each apple using the stick to hold, covering as much as you can and shaking off any excess.
Dip into your topping of choice and stand on the tray. Leave to set and enjoy!
We hope you love this delicious Chocolate Apples recipe. Let us know in the comments if you give it a try!