Caramel apple bars are all of our favorite fall flavors baked into one satisfying bar.
We are all guilty of throwing that last minute party every year. Whether it’s a birthday party, celebratory party, or even Halloween party, we find ourselves scrambling to find quick fixes in the eleventh hour. Well, we put together some quick and easy last minute party ideas that can be altered for any theme any time of year and they only take minutes to prepare.
For your next get together with family or friends try making Caramel Apple Pops. They’re a fun twist on the original caramel apple. Sometimes whole apples are just too much after dinner or if you’re looking to serve finger foods. With caramel apple pops your guests can dip, cover, and top their bite size slices with an array of toppings.
Halloween – it’s that one time of year when the impossible becomes possible and fiction becomes reality, if only for one night. Why not mix that fictitious magic with classic holiday comfort foods? Which is precisely what we thought when decorating traditional favorites; we turned them into festive treats. We came up with these Halloween cookie ideas.
This recipe for salted caramel buttercream came to be by way of mistake. My mistake.
At Orson H. Gygi we believe in two things: 1. The holidays should be filled with caramel and 2. Caramel should always be a sweet experience. That is why we have created some simple video guides on the three basic essentials everyone should know when it comes to working with caramel.
- How To Melt Caramel
- How To Dip A Caramel Apple
- How To Color Caramel
So, let’s get you melting, dipping, dying, and most importantly, eating deliciously smooth caramel. Here is how to work with caramel:
I had book club last night, and to me, book club is a funny thing, because unless it’s a cookbook, I rarely make the time to sit and read a book. I should. I have intentions to, which is why I joined book club, but I’ve yet to read the books that go along with the club. Maybe when it’s my turn to pick, I’ll pick my favorite cookbook and have everyone cook out of it and we’ll discuss that. Aha! I think I’m onto something there.
Anyways, back to how the peach crisp came to be, in place of my attendance at book club, I sent the peach crisp instead. Peaches are in abundance right now, and it’s nothing I would ever complain about. I love peaches. Peach cobbler, peach puree, peach syrup, frozen peaches, PEACHES ANYTHING. So, it was only fitting that we whipped up something peachy this time.
This is how to make easy peach crisp
Chocolate fountains are very trendy and look great at any party, wedding, or event. The trick to chocolate fountains is knowing how much chocolate is needed for your guest list.