Saturday, September 16, 2017

Sundays at Home Link Party...

Hi Friends and welcome back to Sundays at Home! If you are following along on Instagram, you may have seen these caramel apples that I made last week for our youngest son's art class (we were making apple basket art, so I couldn't resist ;). I received questions about the recipe I used, so before we jump into the party, I thought I'd share it with you...

The recipe I used was simple. You'll need 1 bag of individually wrapped caramels, 2 TBS of heavy whipping cream, craft sticks, and six crunchy apples. I personally love the tartness of Granny Smith apples with caramel, but Honey Crisp, Pink Lady or any of your favorite apples (maybe from your own tree?!) will work.

Wash apples and dry completely. Remove apple stems. Insert craft sticks where stems used to be. Unwrap caramels (the most time-consuming part, I used Kraft brand caramels) and place in a "smallish" glass bowl (because you want the caramel to be somewhat deep for dipping). Add 2 TBS of heavy whipping cream and heat in microwave, checking and stirring every 45 seconds. Dip apples and place on buttered cookie sheet or wax paper. If your caramel is too hot, it will be thin and run right off of your apples. If it is too thick, it may not be warm enough or may require a little more cream. As you can see, mine are far from perfect. Let's call them rustic. 

Sundays at Home Link Party http://mysoulfulhome.comWe hope you are having a wonderful week and are safe and recovering from the storms. We're praying for our friends in Texas and Florida! How about we take a mental break and enjoy some inspiring eye candy, shall we?! Before we dive in, here's what your co-hosts and I have been up to this week... Sundays at Home link party

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Modern Farmhouse Tray Styling Blog Hop, Tips for How to Style a Fall Tray!


 But here are the real stars of this week's party! Let's have a look at our features!

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Do you have any special Fall dinners planned? If not, this table by Pam from Everyday Living will have you planning one soon! Those hydrangeas and dahlia's are positively swoon worthy!

Halloween will be here before we know it! Add some spooky DIY style to your decor with these Wood Slice Pumpkins created by Angie from The Country Chic Cottage for DecoArt.


 Next to a Pumpkin Spice Latte, delicious Apple Cider is my go to fall beverage. Check out Marilyn's delicious recipe as well as her charming presentation here

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