I typically only eat a caramel apple once a year as a treat, because (a) it’s in season for a limited time; (b) I buy it at the apple orchard, which I only visit once a year; and (c) it's made with some ingredients that aren’t so healthy.
So this season, I thought I’d make an "Abby version" of a caramel apple, a healthier alternative but with the same great taste.
I had a help from another recipe, and was pleased that this version turned out great!
I cut up the apples and used the caramel as a dipping sauce and served them at a party. (Since I had other finger foods, I didn’t think anyone would want to eat an entire caramel apple!)
I always recommend eating local and organic (everything!) whenever possible. With apples, however, this is especially important because most of the health benefits are found in the skin, where the pesticides are sprayed.
Caramel Apples (Vegan & Gluten Free)
Adapted from Simple Healthy Tasty