Sunday, October 30, 2016

Inside Out Caramel Apple Crisp

Happy national caramel apple day y'all! Ha, bet you didn't see that one coming! Not a lot of people know that October 31st is also known as national caramel apple day! Since I'm not so big on Halloween, I thought I'd celebrate today was a tasty recipe to celebrate the holiday that graces the 31st of October.
My idea came about a few weeks ago when Thomas' mom showed us her Whole Foods find of the week- apples stuffed with nuts and other goodies! We baked them and were in love! They were so delicious, but they were missing something.... I wanted to recreate them so badly, but I just couldn't figure out what it was the apples needed.
Once I realized October 31st was also National Caramel Apple Day, I just knew I had to recreate the stuffed apples we had, but make them even better! So that's what we set out to do. Thomas and I cleared our Sunday afternoon, and headed to his mom's house in hopes of creating a delicious treat!
6 Apples (5 filled 1 cut up)
Packaged caramel squares
Lemon juice
1/2 cup quick oats
2 tbsp butter
1/4 cup brown sugar
Dash of cinnamon
Pecans (optional)
Heat oven to 400° F
Wash apples and slice top off of apples
Use a spoon to scoop out core and inside area of apple. You want the apple to resemble a bowl.
Place butter in microwave safe dish and heat until soft.
Add quick oats and brown sugar to softened butter and mix. Set mix aside.
Place apples face down in a glass dish with water. Microwave for 3 minutes or until apples are slightly tender.
While apples are heating, dice remaining apple, sprinkle with cinnamon, lemon juice and pecans.
Place apples on a lined baking sheet or cake pan, face up.
Fill with halfway with apple mixture, add in caramels and fill remaining space with apple mixture.
Top with Oat mixture.
Bake for 10 minutes, or until oats are crisp.
Add caramel(s) to the top and bake another 5 minutes.
Let cool & enjoy!
These sweet treats came out better than I ever could imagined! They were the perfect amount of crispy, caramel, apple goodness! 



  1. Oh my goodness. These look too good. And now I'm hungry. haha

  2. These look amazing! Thank you so much for sharing--I've been saying I want to make an apple crisp, but I prefer your spin so would like to recreate this. Thank you :)

  3. Um...YUM. This looks amazing. I'm not a huge fan of caramel, but I'll definitely have to give this a try and let my friends taste test!

  4. Oooh these look so good! The perfect fall/Halloween treat!
    -Anna |

  5. This looks so delicious and so different. I love anything with Carmel. This is going to be a yummy treat!

  6. These look SOOOOO good omg. I need to try.

  7. These look amazing Tiffani. I think I have all the ingredients to make them, too! yay!

    Cristina /

  8. Yes! These look so awesome. I love you idea of adding the caramel to the dish. Perfection.

  9. Ohhemmmgee these look good! Anything with caramel is my friend haha.

    Alix |

  10. They turned out amazing! Love the pics, I wish I could eat one now!

    Kayla |

  11. This looks so tasty!! I pinned it so I could make it later :)

  12. HOLY YES! This looks so fabulous!!!

  13. THESE LOOK SO TASTY! I am definitely going to have to try these!

    xo, Chelsie @ Hey There, Chelsie

  14. I love to add butter and brown sugar to my apples but never thought of adding more apples inside! YUM

  15. OMG my mouth is watering. Such a delicious, festive dessert to make. I will definitely have to make this with my daughter this month!

  16. My mouth is watering!! I NEED to try this!!

  17. This looks so delicious! I love fall recipes with apples and caramel!


  18. Omg, this looks so incredibly delicious! Get in my mouth now!

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