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1 apple (washed, dried)
5 dates (depending on type used; mashed into paste)
¼ cup nuts or seeds of choice (chopped)
1. Wash the apple really well and dry.
2. Put apple on the stick.
3. Use the blank plate on an agar style juicer (Champion, Sampson, etc.) to create date paste. You could also just use a mortar and pestle to grind the dates into a paste if you don’t have one of these types of juicers. A rolling pin might work as well.
4. Spread the date paste over the apple and roll in chopped nuts.
5. Sprinkle with sea salt if desired (totally made all the difference for me).
Bellamojo's ThoughtsBy bellamojo
It all started when I saw the first caramel apples appear in the grocery store, and I couldn’t resist telling my little girl how those were my favorite fall-time treat when I was a kid growing up. Hearing this, she naturally insisted that I buy one for her. I did.
And I salivated as I cut it up for her to eat (too hard for a 3 year old to figure out the art of eating a caramel apple).
That’s when I started scheming to create a raw caramel apple recipe. So without further ado, here it is.
I’m sure you can find the sticks at a craft store but I just stole the one out of my daughter’s caramel apple!
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