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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Sweet & Savory Fall Treats

One thing you should know about me is that I don't cook. But I do love to eat! Now that we're frolicking into fall, it's time to start thinking about the fun fall foods. Bring out the cider, the pumpkins, the apples and more, and check out these uniquely awesome autumn treats!

And since I don't cook, the hubs and I created these super easy to make Caramel Apple Nachos -- no real cooking involved. I got this idea from Lil' Luna. Just slice some Granny Smith apples, heat up caramels and vanilla candy coating, drizzle them over the apples and top everything off with chocolate chips and toffee bits. Be sure to keep the caramels hot so this treat is easy to eat (can do so by heating with more water). Otherwise, they will stick to your teeth!

Caramel Apple Nachos
Ingredients: vanilla candy coating, toffee bits, chocolate chips, caramels, green apples
Slice the apples; melt the vanilla coating; melt the caramels; drizzle on top of apples; sprinkle the toffee bits and chocolate chips


  1. Look at you, getting all creative ;) They look too pretty to eat!

  2. If only I could reach in a grab some of that carrot cake banana bread. What a tasty mashup!

    Rowena @ rolala loves

  3. Lots to like here, automatically thinking for my little one !

  4. OMG, ur making me so hungry, i like that these are no cook
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  5. The caramel apple nachos look so good!

  6. Delicious!!!

  7. Fun inspiration, especially for autumn and Halloween. The nachos look good. I love cooking, we're making some breads on the weekend. I'll send you some, lol. :)
    The Frenchie Foodie

  8. All of these look delicious! Especially the marshmallows!

  9. Apples are my favorite snack at the moment, they are the best in Fall. Everything looks amazing.

  10. These look SO GOOD Cheryl! Perfect Fall treats. Bookmarking this.


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