Who can resist a crunchy, juicy apple rolled in creamy, sweet caramel, all topped off with crunchy nuts, dried mulberries and coconut?! This recipe is fun to make and fun to eat. Get your kids involved and pick your own favorite toppings. As you crunch away on these delicious caramel apples, know you are feeding your body a wealth of healing nutrients.
Apples open up a part of you and change the energy within and around you to attract happier and brighter things. They can bring back your vibrancy, elevate you, lighten your spirit, and make you more energetic. This is because for thousands of years, we’ve stored apples to get us through the winter months. The fruit is a ray of hope that puts us in touch with the good life. It’s instilled in our bodies that when the outside world seems bleak, an apple can reconnect us to life, rebirth, sunlight, and summertime.
Raw Caramel Apples
Make the caramel by blending together the dates, vanilla bean seeds, almond milk, coconut oil and lemon juice (if using) until smooth. Place the apples on popsicle sticks and swirl them in the date caramel. Alternatively you can use a small spatula to spread the caramel evenly around the apple. Coat the apples in the toppings and serve immediately.
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This item posted: 18-Sep-2018
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