Just a few ingredients mixed together makes this "easy" after school snack. Your kids will be thrilled to see these waiting as they walk through the door.
by C. Carla
, SNEADS, FL on Oct. 2007
I made these for my daughters soccer team. What a hit! I added mini chocolate chips.Did not realize you had to work really quickly before the caramel cools.
Oh so good
by E. Evonne
, FRASER, MI on Apr. 2007
This is go good with using butterfingers. I never thought of using butterfingers before. It was great.
OH MY WORD|!
by C. CINDY
, LANCASTER, CA on Feb. 2007
THIS ARE ON MY TOP LIST, I LOVE'EM, I MAKE THIS APPLES EVERY OTHER WEEK.
Butterfinger Caramel Apples
by K. Karen
, VALLEY CITY, OH on Nov. 2006
I made these for a Fall Party.....they were the best tasting caramel apples ever eaten! They were easy to make. Our grandchildren had fun helping make them! We will make these again and again!
by A. Alice
, Perry, OH on Oct. 2006
Easy to make and kids just love them, kids of all ages.
Bringing old favorites together
by M. Mona
, Yorktown, VA on Oct. 2006
After the Trick or treating is done...this makes a great way to use up some of the candy your kids are hauling home!
Soooo Easy and Sooo Good!
by M. Martha
, Missouri City, TX on Oct. 2006
These are so easy and so delicious. I used Honey Crisp variety apples. Oh my goodness! they rival those expensive gourmet apples. Really easy and fun to make. Guilt free because they combine caramel and everyone's favorite butterfingers with a healthy apple. I served the grown ups theirs in slices. These treats are not just for kids.
by P. PATRICIA
, MAX MEADOWS, VA on Oct. 2006
Wow! That's all that needs to be said about this recipe. My nine year old daughter helped me make these, so not only did we have a blast doing so, we enjoyed them after too! =) It was especially wonderful having them right before Halloween.
Easy & goooooood
by J. Judy
, Centerville, PA on Oct. 2006
My students absoluted loved this one!!! They couldn't wait to take the recipe home and make it for their families.
Lots of Fun
by J. Jill
, Factoryville, PA on Oct. 2006
These were a joy to make and easier than expected.
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