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Texas Crown Club Whisky Caramel Apples

The country fair may seem like two hoots and a holler away these days. So, why not bring the county fair to your own backyard? This unique treat will transport you back to the fairground with a single bite.
If you like caramel apples and whisky, and have a crafty finger or two, then this is the recipe for you. With its creamy, gooey whisky flavored caramel, these caramel apples are a favorite among kids and adults.
The alcohol in the whisky evaporates while the caramel is cooking, so these caramel apples are definitely not boozy. Don’t worry, though. The whisky flavor still gets dispersed throughout the caramel, making it sweet and earthy, with a powerful kick.
Eat your caramel apples alongside a glass of your favorite whisky beverage to get the full whisky/caramel experience.

Texas Crown Club Whisky Caramel Apples Recipe

There is little room for mistake when making this recipe, but some things to watch out for are burnt sugar, and clumpy caramel. When melting your sugar, don’t let it sit too long without giving it a good stir. Otherwise, it’ll be no more good than an eyeless needle!
In other words, without stirring your sugar, it’s very likely to burn and turn bitter. Another thing to watch out for is putting too much caramel on your apples. It’s easy to go overboard when dipping your apples into that sweet deliciousness. But, a thin layer of caramel does wonders.
  • 6 wooden craft sticks or stakes
  • 6 apples
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • ½ cup of Texas Crown Club Whisky
Serves: 6 TIME: 50 minutes Step 1 - Wash your apples, then remove the stems. Stick the craft stick or stakes into the bottoms of the apples. Step 2 - In a pot on the stove, melt the sugar. Stir continuously so that the sugar does not burn. Step 3 - Next, add in the butter and stir. Then add in the heavy cream, salt, and whisky. Stir until it reaches a good caramel consistency (about 15 minutes). It should be about 250°F. Then pour the caramel into a bowl. Step 4 - Butter a baking dish or tray, or line your counter with parchment paper. Step 5 - Take the apples and cover them in the caramel. You can dip them straight in, or use a spoon to drop the caramel on. When you’re done, place the apples onto the baking sheet and put them into the refrigerator until the caramel has hardened. This takes another 15 minutes. To make your whisky caramel apples especially drool-worthy, you can press on cookie crumbs, crushed nuts, or sea salt before the caramel hardens. If you’re feeling festive, you can also use colorful sprinkles.
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