Caramel Apple Shaped Cookies! – A Kid Friendly Thing To Eat

Adorable caramel apple sugar cookie recipe for a kid friendly apple fun food! Great fall activity and great for parties! www.kidfriendlythingstodo.com

Mmm…Caramel Apples! Caramel apples are a serious childhood memory for me! I still love it, when they make an appearance in the produce section of the supermarket! Here is a cute way to hand out some caramel apple look-a-likes! Make these caramel apple shaped cookies for a fun fall party, or a fun after school snack! Here’s how:

 

Adorable caramel apple sugar cookie recipe for a kid friendly apple fun food! Great fall activity and great for parties! www.kidfriendlythingstodo.com

You’ll Need:

  • Sugar Cookie Dough – if you need a handy dandy recipe for the Best Sugar Cookies Ever – click here
  • red and green food coloring
  • Popsicle sticks – optional
  • Soft Caramel Candies 
  • Nuts – optional
  • Wax paper 
  • Parchment paper
  • A round cookie cutter

 

So, Here’s What You’ll Need To Do:

Oh, by the way – if you use my Sugar Cookie recipe – you’ll get about 24 cookies

Here’s a video to help you in the process:

  • Line a baking sheet with Parchment Paper
  • Color most of your sugar cookie dough with red food coloring
  • Take a small amount – maybe about 1/2 cup of dough and color it green for the leaves
  • Use wax paper to roll out the red dough onto 
  • Use the round cookie cutter to make red circles 
  • Place about 6 circles onto the baking sheet lined with Parchment paper
  • Take the craft sticks and slide them under the apples
  • Roll out the green sugar cookie dough
  • Use a small circle to cut little circles out of the green – cut them in half and shape the circle halves into leaves
  • Press the leaves onto the apples
  • Bake according to the sugar cookie recipe directions
  • Slide the cookies off by pulling the parchment paper onto a cooling rack with the cookies still on the paper
  • Once the cookies have cooled, roll out each caramel candy and shape them into caramel bottoms by tugging at the them and making little hills
  • Place them onto the bottom of the cookies
  • Add nuts, if you like

~Melissa – KidFriendlyThingsToDo.Com 

 


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