It's nacho day up in here. Tonight we are carving our pumpkins (I'll feature the finished products--and a recipe for the seeds!--tomorrow.) so it's sort of going to be messy already. I decided I might as well go for broke and do all the messy things in one fell swoop.
Also? I used up our leftover roast and shredded chicken for the dinner portion of our night. They were scrumdiddliumtious .
Then it was time for dessert nachos. In the form of caramel apples. I saw these in pictures on Pinterest, but I didn't visit any blogs to check how they did theirs. I used my own procedure and favorite ingredients to build them. One of the great things about this "recipe" is that it's completely customize-able. Another great thing is it's relatively simple. And the best thing? It's DEEEEEELICIOSO!
Caramel Apple Nachos
2-3 medium apples, skin on, seeds removed (I still have about 9 apples left! ugh!)
20 Kraft caramels (half a bag)
1 Tablespoon water
1.5 oz chocolate candy melts
1.5 oz vanilla candy melts
1 Tablespoon mini chocolate chips
1 Tablespoon mini M&Ms
2 Tablespoons honey-roasted peanuts, chopped
1. Cut each apple into 8-10 wedges. Arrange onto a plate in a circular pattern.
And, if you have any leftover caramel in your pan...make one "classic" caramel apple just so you can say you did.