Happy Halloween everyone! Last year my husband and I went to Disneyland during Halloweentime and we had so much fun seeing all of the Halloween decorations and special treats they came out with. I went into one of the sweet shops and I saw the cutest Poison Caramel Apples on display! (Can we just talk about the smell of Disneyland’s sweet shops?! Like, what does a girl have to do to get that bottled?!)

As soon as I saw the Poison Caramel Apples I knew I had to try and recreate them at home. Here is what I ended up with! I think they turned out pretty good! I made a Youtube Tutorial on these babies so be sure to check it out and SUBSCRIBE to my Youtube channel! Me and Kayden have been having a lot of fun making Youtube videos lately.

Here is the mini tutorial



-Granny Smith Apples
-Caramel Apple Sticks
-Caramel of your choice, I used this recipe!
-White Melting Chocolate
-Squeezy bottle or piping bag


First, clean and dry your apples. Remove stems and insert caramel apple stick making sure it goes about an inch into the apple. Melt or make your caramel of choice and let it cool down for a couple of minutes. Once cooled, dip your apples into the caramel, make sure to fully cover them almost all the way up to the stick. I then let the excess caramel drip off the apple to avoid a large caramel “foot”. Place the dipped apples onto parchment paper that has been sprayed with a little bit of cooking spray. Let the caramel harden in the fridge for about an hour. Once hardened, take them out of the fridge and melt some white chocolate and transfer it into a squeezy bottle or piping bag. I have been using the squeezy bottles a lot lately, I like the easy clean up and the control. Draw two circles for the eyes with the white chocolate and an upside down heart for the nose. Go all the way around the apple making drips with the white chocolate. Fill in the top and rest of the apple above the drips with white chocolate. Place back in the fridge for about an hour or until the chocolate has fully hardened. That’s all you have to do to make these cute, Disneyland inspired caramel apples! Enjoy!

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