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White Chocolate Apples With Fun Sprinkles Recipe

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Remember when Mother Frosted Cookies were all the rage and staying up later than bedtime? Those were the days, man. Children’s lives are much more complicated nowadays, but that doesn’t mean we can’t give them a taste of what we had.

White Chocolate Covered Apples with Sprinkles recipe is deceptively simple. They’re sweet, crunchy, and juicy, and they’re like a stick of nostalgia. Believe me when I say that your kids will adore these. And if they insist on staying up late, perhaps you should let them…just this once. Enjoy!

Here is What You Should Know About White Chocolate

Many candy makers began their careers in the candy industry, designing and inventing new sweets and gums. Considerable amounts of time, money, and energy were spent throughout the 1800’s to create newtype of candy grains. Unfortunately, these new designs were not always pleasing to the eye, and the only thing you could usually buy was a small handful of each design.

In the late 1800’s, the first American candy mills were built, and the dancing personalities of the time such as The Fleswadders brought with them the craze for miniature cakes. After World War I, the savvy marketing strategies of The United Fruit Company (UL) began. They set up The United Fruit Specialty Company in Chicago, Illinois, and marketed their highly decorated and tasty Red Bat Ginger Ale.

After World War II, theicolored dried fruits of the plant isobranco were given out as favors and the green dried pineapple also became a popular confection. Can you believe that there is no mention of the word “candy” in the history of Indian candy? Well, the word “candy” was actually invented by the Spaniards. They began using the term around 1578, which is the year the first watch was introduced.

Before that, candy was known as “crystalla,” which is Latin for “lovely.” It was around this time that the chocolate and Portuguese wafers gained popularity.

icky sweet aroma of white chocolate and itschinense! If you like Candy Apples, and you don’t know what I mean just go ahead and eat a white chocolate candy apple. You will spruce up your morning breakfast, or liven up your dinner party.

These little beauties are pure “Apple Summer- glow” and they are so hard to resist. A candy apple is essentially a miniature version of the classic candy apple. But you will enjoy even more the next time you bite into one. White chocolate lovers will enjoy this delicious semi-sweet food geek.

What You Need To Make White Chocolate Covered Apples with Sprinkles

These White Chocolate Covered Apples with Sprinkles are anything but complicated. They’re sweet, crunchy, juicy, and like nostalgia on a stick. Trust me when I tell you your kids are going to love these. And if they ask to stay up late…maybe let’em do it…just this once. Enjoy!

  • 2 Jonagold Apples (or whatever kind you prefer)
  • 2 Bag of Ghiradelli White Chocolate Chips
  • 1/2 Cup Milk
  • 2 Popsicle Sticks
  • Wax Paper
  • Multi-Colored Candy Sprinkles

White Chocolate Covered Apples with Sprinkles Recipe


  • 2 Jonagold Apples (or whatever kind you prefer)
  • 4 Packages of Ghiradelli White Chocolate Bars
  • 1/2 Cup Milk
  • 2 Popsicle Sticks
  • Wax Paper
  • Multi-Colored Candy Sprinkles


  1. Rinse and dry apples, remove stem and insert Popsicle stick.
  2. Use enough wax paper to accommodate two apples.
  3. In a medium size sauce pot melt 2 bags of white chocolate chips of medium heat. stir milk in gradually, only add enough milk to encourage melting.
  4. When white chocolate is melted hold onto the Popsicle stick and dip apple into white chocolate, place dipped apples on wax paper.
  5. Working quickly sprinkle candy sprinkles onto white chocolate covered apple.
  6. Place best apples into the refrigerator to allow white chocolate to fully set. (about 10-15 minutes)
  7. Enjoy!


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