Your summer just got better my friend because these Apple S’mores are going to blow your mind. Well, your taste buds, anyway.
I love having apples pre-sliced and ready in the fridge to make things like apple “donuts” or serve them with our favorite coconut dip.
As you can see from the video below, I created these s’mores to answer your request for more fun recipes with apple slices. Check out how easy they are to make!
What’s great is that all I have to do is take out the prepared apple slices when we are ready to go outside and make s’mores. Although, from time to time, I hack the whole process by making them on the stove as you saw in the video.
The truth is that dad doesn’t always feel like getting a fire pit ready outside every time the kids want s’mores, so that’s always a great option.
Anyways, back to these gooey s’mores. You are going to love them because they are the perfect allergy-friendly treat for your family or when you have guests. They are gluten-free (check the marshmallow ingredients just to make sure), and what kid doesn’t like the caramel and chocolate combination?
I know, I know, apple pie doesn’t have chocolate. However, I don’t think I could call the recipe “s’more” without it either. And here lies my predicament as a recipe developer when you scour the internet to name something, and nobody has come up with the idea (that you can find) before. Sigh.
What’s great about these apple pie s’mores is that the apples, once treated with the Natureseal solution, are protected from browning for hours at room temperature and it’s the perfect kid-activity for the summer.
After seeing the success of this apple pie s’more idea with my kids and their friends, I’ve also made them for parties. When entertaining, I often place the s’more ingredients buffet style so the kids can prep their apples with the crunchy caramel, roast their marshmallow, and then create their apple pie masterpiece.
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Epic apple s’mores will be the highlight of your Summer!
- Yield: 12–18 1x
- 2 apples, sliced at the thickest point
- ½ cup chocolate caramel bar chunks*
- large marshmallows
- Cut apples into thick round slices, removing the core if desired.
- Place apple slices on a flat surface. Sprinkle chocolate caramel chunks over half of the apple slices.
- Melt a marshmallow or two over an open flame, until toasty and melted. Place marshmallow over caramel chunks, and using another apple slice, slide the marshmallow out of the stick.
*Heath bar chunks are perfect for this recipe