Where are my sports fans? These Chocolate Football Candy Apples are too good to pass up! Just like these Fall Party Foods these football pops will be great when you gather with friends!
There is no denying that watching football makes everyone want to snack. And with these candy apples, it’s easy to do!
Just a few simple ingredients are needed to make this tasty treat. You’ll love the taste!
Not only would this be super great for a football gathering, but it’s also a great party food as well.
You can use this as a dessert, or a fun treat for kids. This is one dessert that adults and kids will love.
You might as well grab double the ingredients needed for this simple dessert – because you’re going to want more!
Chocolate Covered Apple Slices
Even though the recipe is simple, don’t take away from how cute it is.
Everyone in the family will love how easy it is to make, and it’s a really fun food to make together as well.
This is a great recipe to make as a tradition for game day and more!
These Football Apple Slices are adorable and great to grab and eat. Be ready – you’re going to be hooked!
Dare I say that this snack is a game-day must? It’s a great treat for adding something sweet and healthy!
The great thing about making this snack is that you can change the type of apples to change the flavor.
That makes it unique and delicious!
Tips for Slicing Apples
Before you dip the apple slices into chocolate, be sure that you clean and dry the apples off really well.
You can then change the thickness of the apple slices to help have a good crunch.
It’s also important to remember to not slice the apples too early as well. The apple slices will turn brown due to the oxygen. (you can always drizzle some lemon juice over them if you want to not have them turn brown.
If you want tart, you can use Granny Smith apples. Or for a sweeter apple, use Honey Crisp apples or even Red Delicious.
If you’re one to change recipes, there is an easy way to use different types of apples.
The fun thing is that you can mix and match the type of apples, and even mix and match the type of chocolate used. Melting dark chocolate, semi-sweet, or even white chocolate would be super fun for this snack.
More Dessert Recipes
I love making desserts with fruit. If you’re a fan like me, here are some other tasty recipes that you can try.
- Homemade Caramel Apples
- Caramel Apple Charcuterie Board
- Mini Apple Pies With Caramel Sauce
- Easy Fruit Party Platter
Now is the time to mix and match and have fun with flavors.
You can also add other fun toppings to the serving platter for people to pair with their apple slices. A bowl of caramel sauce to dip these football candy apples into would be so good!
- 2-3 Granny Smith or Honeycrisp Apples - approx 8-10 slices per apple 1 bag of light cocoa candy melts
- 1 tube of writing gel - white
- *wooden skewers for dipping the apples (2-3)
Using an apple slicer or slicing with a knife. Cut 2-3 apples. Set aside.
Follow the directions on candy melts by placing the melts in a microwave-safe bowl for 1 minute. Stir thoroughly. Return to the microwave at 30-second intervals until the candy is mostly melted. Stir well. Avoid burning.
Dry apple slices with a paper towel to help the chocolate stick.
Pierce one apple at a time with a wooden skewer or fork. Dip into the cocoa candy melts, using a spoon to help coat the entire apple.
Once the apple is coated, lay it on wax paper. Let the chocolate set up for a few minutes before removing the skewer. Continue until all the apple pieces are covered. Using two to three skewers to help move the process along.
Let the chocolate set on all the apple pieces for 5-10 minutes. Once the chocolate has set, add “laces” using the writing gel.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 41Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 1mgCarbohydrates: 11gFiber: 2gSugar: 8gProtein: 0g
This data was provided and calculated by Nutritionix on 10/21/2023
What do you plan to serve with these Chocolate Apple Slices?