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Apple Dipping Show

Sep 10, 2009
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I want to host a caramel apple/dipped apple show. Anyone have invitations/flyers/ideas or know which products I should showcase? Thank you.
 

catlwilles

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Aug 10, 2006
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You could use the micro-cookers to melt chocolate and carmel. You could also use the Food Chopper to chop candy, or the Salad Choppers. Let them set up on the Large Sheet Pan with Parchment Paper on top. Then use the Apple Wedger or Forged Cutlery to cut them. Have a variety of toppings set out in the 2-cup Prep Bowls. I don't have any invites or anything, but it might turn out to be kind of fun!
 

debswork

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what a great idea for fall! How about using jar caramel & sq baking chocolate and grate using micro-cooker and serve in prep bowls for dip... Then use the apple wedger for apple slices.
 

ChefBeckyD

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Use the APCS for sure!

I'd also use an Executive Skillet, and do some Fried Apples for Ice Cream!

A little butter, a little brown sugar, some sprinkles - add sliced apples, stir-fry for a few minutes (until soft-crunchy) and then add a squeeze of lemon and a splash of vanilla. YUM!
 

Beckycooks

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Oct 7, 2007
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My sister-in-law made some mini-caramel apples. She used the melon baller to make mini-apple pieces. Then inserted a lolli-pop stick and then dip in caramel etc. very cute.
 

AmyDare

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The mini carmel apple idea is adorable!
 

ChefPaulaB

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Here is a dip that I've heard is really good, I plan on trying it soon... there are several different versions of this (different ratios of sugar and stuff), but they're all basically the same. Probably just play with it a little or do a google search and decide which one sounds good to you. I haven't actually tried any of them, so I can't help there...


Heath Carmel Apple Dip

* 1 block of reduced fat cream cheese (1/3 less fat)
* 1/2 c. brown sugar
* 1/2 c. white sugar
* vanilla – splash
* Heath bar pieces

Mix cream cheese with sugar and vanilla. Stir Heath bar pieces with a spoon. Serve with tart Granny Smith apples or any apple of choice!
 

esavvymom

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Sep 8, 2008
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The recipe I use for a Vanilla Cream Cheese is similar to Paula's....
using the cream cheese, the brown sugar, and the vanilla. It's excellent! I'd be interested to try the "Heath Caramel Apple Dip" too!
 

ChefPaulaB

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The recipe I use for a Vanilla Cream Cheese is similar to Paula's....
using the cream cheese, the brown sugar, and the vanilla. It's excellent! I'd be interested to try the "Heath Caramel Apple Dip" too!

Yeah, anything with cream cheese and Heath bars has to be good in my world! :love:
 

ChefBeckyD

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Yeah, anything with cream cheese and Heath bars has to be good in my world! :love:

I do something like this too - but it's a layer of cream cheese (I usually spread it on a small SA plate) then a layer of caramel ice cream topping, then chopped up heath bars.

I bring this as the dessert with apples to wedge sometimes for my shows.
 

ChefPaulaB

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I do something like this too - but it's a layer of cream cheese (I usually spread it on a small SA plate) then a layer of caramel ice cream topping, then chopped up heath bars.

I bring this as the dessert with apples to wedge sometimes for my shows.

Oooh, that sounds good too! And easy!!! I might be trying this today!! I have everything here!!
 

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