Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Caramel Flavored Apples


The "special" apples I used in the Apple Downside Up Cake were AppleSweets in County Fair Caramel Flavor! I found these apple slices at WalMart. These are so delicious, and I love that they are naturally flavored. They have a creamy caramel flavor and are ready to eat right out of the package. I took the leftover apples to work and snacked on them all day. The website shows that there are Apple Pie Flavored Apples too. I have not found these yet, but they sound delicious!!
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25 comments:

Dee said...

Wow! I have never seen these. Can't imagine carmel flavored apples but the sound delicious!

ChocolateCoveredVegan said...

Caramel and apples are a great pair. Have you ever eaten those caramel-coated apple lollipops? I used to love those things!

VeggieGirl said...

Yum!

Krista said...

Ooohhh! I'll have to keep an eye out for those! I bet they made the cake extra yummy! :)

Wandering Coyote said...

So, they are real apples, in a package? How do they keep them from browning? And what is the "natural" flavouring? Just wondering...It seems like a strange product to me...

balance, joy and food! said...

never saw these. How are they made? I'm intrigued.

Fitnessista said...

flavored apples?! those looks incredible....
have a great night!

Joie de vivre said...

I'm going to look for these next time I'm at WalMart.

The Peanut Butter Boy said...

How does that work? Do they add sugar or anything? I'm confused and intrigued

Charlie Hills said...

I'm with PBB. These sound ... intriguing.

Meghann said...

Great find!

priscilla said...

i've never seen that, they look delicous! yummy!

Barbara Bakes said...

I love caramel apples! I'll have to look for these at the store.

Sharon said...

So, they are sliced apples with flavoring?? that is TOO COOL! Because I love caramel dipped apples, or those lollipops that are green apple flavored with caramel overtop. Hahaha! Definitely need to find this now!

Thanks for sharing!

Carla said...

Hmm so are they coated in caramel or do they magically have a caramel taste?

Maria said...

I love caramel apples, what a great snack!

Live.Love.Eat said...

Now that's interesting. Are the apples coated or injected with something?

Cami @ Creating Myself said...

Hi Megan...thanks for your nice comment. Love your blog & have added it to my favories...can't wiat to try the Pumpkin Mudslide you posted in a previous post. Now I'm off to Walmart to get some of those apples. ;o)

pearlsandchocolate.com said...

Great idea!!!

Pumpkin said...

Crazy! The slices are caramel flavored?
Sounds kinda like those "Grapples"- apples that are grape flavored. Those are pretty good if you haven't tried them. Definately something different!

Joanna said...

i'm confused on how they are naturally flavored. haha that's so bizarre, but i'm sure they're amazing.

ttfn300 said...

hmmm, i don't really know what to think about those?? lol, i mean caramel and apple are a natural pair, but how do they do that?? :)

Reeni said...

They look awesome. Especially since they don't have any sugar added to them? I bet they made the cake taste really yummy.

Jude said...

What the? How did they get the caramel flavor on there?

Brianna said...

Hi all! I work for Stemilt, the company who makes AppleSweets and couldn't help but notice all the great comments about our Caramel flavored slices. I also wanted to answer some of the questions people had about the process of slicing & flavoring apples. To keep the apple slices from browning, we use a calcium/mineral solution called NatureSeal. The solution also adds vitamin C to the fruit and keeps slices white for up to three weeks (much like the at-home remedy of adding lemon juice to sliced apples). Stemilt uses a patent-pending process to add natural flavors (like Caramel, Apple Pie and Wild Berry) to the slices. The all-natural ingredients enhance the sugars already in apples. We think AppleSweets is a great alternative to sugary snacks and are proud to offer a tasty and healthy snack. To learn more, visit http://www.stemilt.com/fruit/applesweets/Pages/AboutAppleSweets.aspx