It's fall y'all and that means party time at this house! And do I have a fun party food for you! We love caramel apples this time of year and have always had a fun time trying new ways to eat them. This is a super simple way to make caramel apples into an easy grab and go treat. Super Simple Sheet Pan Caramel Apples are delicious! Honey Crisp Apples drizzled with homemade caramel, fudge sauce, and sprinkled with crushed Oreos and Heath Bar. A perfect fall treat, everyone will love!
Quick and Easy
This party treat is the definition of quick and easy. There is little prep work involved and something that little hands can even help you make. My kids love helping me make dinner or treats whenever they can. This treat is no exception.
How to Make Super Simple Sheet Pan Caramel Apples
Making Super Simple Sheet Pan Caramel Apples is quick and easy.
First start by cutting 3-4 large apples into thin slices. I Personally love Honey Crisp, but any apple will work! I like to make sure that I don't cut the apple slices too thick. Thinner slices are preferred.
Next line a sheet pan with parchment paper. This is to avoid having to clean up a big mess on your sheet pan when your caramel apples are gone.
Then line the parchment paper with the apple slices. Keep the slices close together so the drizzled caramel gets on the apples, but make sure to leave small spaces for people to be able to pick up each slice.
Once the apples are lined up, drizzle the caramel topping all over the apples, next drizzle fudge sauce on the apples. Crush up 5-6 Oreo cookies and sprinkle them on a portion of the caramel apples. I only do a portion, just in case people don't want Oreo on their apples. Last sprinkle 1 crushed up Heath Bar on another section on the apples to give variety.
Finish off by drizzling more caramel over the top of the apples. This will help the crush Oreo and Heath Bar stay in place.
Serve with a spatula so people can scoop multiple slices onto their plate.
Homemade Caramel Topping
Homemade Caramel Topping is amazing! It is so quick and easy to make and has an amazing flavor. While you are welcome to use our favorite store bought caramel, I highly recommend this recipe. When I have the time, I love to make a batch of this caramel and then keep it in my fridge when needed. Make sure to reheat small batches at a time.
Storing Caramel Apples
These caramel apples don't store well after the first day. The apples will become mushy and soggy from the toppings. It's best to eat these guys up the day you make them!Print