Caramel Apple Bites
Total TimePrep: 25 min. + standing Bake: 15 min. + cooling
Makesabout 3 dozen
I've followed this recipe exactly the caramel won't stay on the cookie I don't know what I'm doing wrong
Hi. Can I make these without the nuts?
yea didnt work!! as filling into dough, so i just dumped filling INTO dough and drop on sheet baking them now not sure if its gonna work too soft and spread out too much chilling rest of dough so we will see
We really liked these little bites. They are great for a fall treat. I made them more like a dumpling/cookie by making them bigger to hold more filling. So instead of making 36 I ended up making 18. Yummy
Cookies are very dry
Yum!! ?? is all i got to say i didn't change a thing yummy...
A great waste of time and money. I've read some of the reviews, so maybe the filling should have cooked longer to make it thicker, but there really was no guidance on the recipe. 1/3 cup of apple in a 1/4 teaspoon -- one tiny little piece, and it was almost impossible to re-form the ball with even that tad bit of filling inside. You would not even know there were apples in there. This is definitely not a keeper. Sorry. Looked great on paper and in photo, but very, very disappointed. P.S. - Way too many walnuts -- and I love walnuts.
These were a hit. I followed the recipe exactly and each step turned out as the recipe described. The cookie was the PERFECT consistency. The only change I will make next time is omitting the walnuts from the topping; unless I said it, no one knew there was apple.
This was a homerun! I followed the directions exactly and they came out great. Not only did the people at my party love them, but I took them to work for a potluck and they didn't even make it to the end of the potluck before they were all devoured. I love that the cookie isn't too sweet. It's a perfect balance and a great caramel apple taste without losing your teeth to an apple.
If I could rate this a 0 I would. It was a miserable fail. For so many reasons. I read the comments in advance...made the adjustments I thought were necessary and the final product was still horrible. The filling took 30 minutes to reduce to the right consistency. The caramels took forever to melt on the stovetop, and the final carmel sauce was still too runny to adhere to the "cookie." The cookie itself was bland tasting and never fully retained it's "ball" shape so the final product looked like a squished mess. What a waste of $$ and time.