Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Crazy Caramel Apple Pie Bombs


Crazy Caramel Apple Pie Bombs are the pull apart bread of your dreams.  This fabulous recipe is packed with caramel and apples and baked to perfection.  Pull one open and a river of sweet caramel runs over the apple pie bombs.

They are the perfect fall treat or holiday dessert.  We love these and are going to be sharing them with our family this year.


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24 comments:

  1. Made these today...so incredibly yummy! New family favorite and so easy to make.

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    1. How exciting! We love these too Barbara.

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  2. Sure easy to make and turned out great! So delicious, my family loved them my husband suggested I try putting chopped nuts on top next time.

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    1. Nuts sound like a great idea Barbara. Let us know how it goes.

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  3. Made these last night and wow!!!

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  4. Made these a couple times... They are AMAZING!

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  5. My oh my... That's some delicious looking apple pie! These little guys could be dangerous!!

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  6. My Oh My... That's some delicious looking apple pie! These little guys could be dangerous!!

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  7. I am totally going to make these!

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  8. I don't understand what is meant by " frozen white dinner rolls, (uncooked)"? Is this a can/roll of refrigerated biscuits?

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    1. They're in the freezer section at the grocery store with other breads. Not biscuits.

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  9. I don't understand what is meant by " frozen white dinner rolls, (uncooked)? Is this a can/roll of refrigerated biscuits?

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    1. Frozen white dinner rolls, like the ones that Rhode's makes. Enjoy!

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    2. They are in the frozen food section by the breads/rolls/garlic bread usually.

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  10. Hi, I'm from South Africa and I don't think we get these "caramels" which you mention. Can you explain what they are or is there anything I can use instead of caramels? Thanks

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    1. If you do not have any caramel candies, you could use make a simple caramel syrup and chill it until thick. Then scoop about a teaspoon in each popper. Enjoy and let us know how it goes.

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  11. We don't have frozen dinner rolls here. Any thoughts on a substitution?

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    1. Absolutely. You can mix up dough and portion it out to use. Check out our Jalapeno Popper for a great dough recipe (prepare dough as instructed and then follow caramel apple pie bomb recipe). http://www.theslowroasteditalian.com/2014/01/jalapeno-popper-cheesy-pretzel-bombs-recipe.html

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  12. What do you mean by "divided" caramels?

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    1. It means the total quantity of the ingredient (in this case, caramels) is divided. The caramels have multiple additions in the recipe. So, you add 1/2 at part 1 and half at part 3 (example only).,

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  13. How could you make or adapt these for a diabetic?

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    1. I am not familiar with diabetic cooking. You could substitute the filling ingredients with diabetic friendly ingredients. Enjoy and let us know how it goes.

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  14. Do not have a9x6 pan what can use instead

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