Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Apples with Caramel Sauce


When my parents were here, I thought it would be fun to coat sliced apples in caramel I got the recipe from Nelly its fun to have a pastry chef friend! - Rebel Caramel , follow the link for great instructions. It amazed me how simple sugar and water with milk can make a wonderful caramel sauce. I would have liked this to be a tad thicker and another pastry chef friend suggested adding to Greek yogurt as a dip, love this idea. Jenni from The Balanced Pastry Chef

Its a fun activity for fall and its apple season :-) 






Talking of fruits and vegetables, research done in Canada shows that people who ate more fruits and vegetables had a lower risk of heart disease despite a genetic predisposition now that's wonderful news 





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32 comments:

  1. What a fun fall activity with the grandparents!

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  2. A perfect dessert for kids and adults alike.

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  3. I bet Jasmine had a ball with this dessert; love the idea of adding the greek yogurt. Perfect dessert that I know we would love with an assortment of fruit; thank you.
    Rita

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  4. awwww your daughter is adorable! she must love this mother daughter bonding time in the kitchen. i can't wait to do the same with my daughter!

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  5. Love the pics of your daughter, just darling.

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  6. What a sweet treat and fun for grandparents and kids both.

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  7. I adore homemade caramel. And besides the whole stirring and jumping back when the milk starts to pop, it's so easy to make too :)

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  8. Looks like a fun activity and a fun treat!

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  9. I've never heard of apples with caramel until I moved to the States. It's a simpler yet still tasty version of caramel apple pops! :-)

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  10. looks like such a fun activity, and you have an adorable little helper! :)

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  11. The sweetest activity ever. It certainly is good news if fruits and vegetables can outwit genetics!

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  12. Wow!,a mouth-watering Apple in Caramel sauce recipe dear.Perfect Dessert for the Kids.Deliciously clicked.Luv it really and ur adorable Daughter too..

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  13. oooh, this just spells fall, so delicious, and fun!

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  14. Looks like Jasmine love this apple. awesome desserts.

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  15. I love the combination of apples and caramel. It always makes me think of Halloween. Your little kitchen helper is adorable.

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  16. Rebecca these apples look delicious! gloria

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  17. I would eat lots more fruits if they were covered in caramel like this. :)

    My daughter will munch on carrots if she feels like she didn't get enough veggies in her meal...did I teach her right or what? :)

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  18. The little one looks super excited to making these apples!

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  19. what did the canadian researchers say about the caramel sauce? Kidding. I love caramel apples and never make them...maybe this weekend.

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  20. what did the canadian researchers say about the caramel sauce? Kidding. I love caramel apples and never make them...maybe this weekend.

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  21. What a cutie she is! This looks like it could be a fun tradition at your house :)

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  22. caramel and apples are such a perfect pair!

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  23. Apples and caramel sauce go so well together!

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  24. jasmine is such a cutie and love how she is always ready with a smile for the camera :)

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  25. thanks all :-) on my way to read all your lovely blogs hugs Rebecca

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  26. What is fall without caramel apples? A wonderful treat for all ages.

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  27. Hmmm very nice project and reward for all ages! I bet she had fun! :-)

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  29. When my girls were younger (and still at home!) apples and yogurt were a favorite after school snack. I used one of the those handy tools that cored the apple and cut it into slices - we called it the apple boater because it made them into little boats - then everyone could dip their boats into plain yogurt with a little sugar or honey. Delicious, interactive and healthy. They probably would have liked caramel sauce even better. :)

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  30. judy :-) Nami :-)
    Collie thanks for stopping by
    SLR oh thats so sweet love it

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