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Chocolate Covered Apples

10 Minutes + 45 Minutes Freezing

super easy


Looking for a deliciously easy snack that’s both healthy and indulgent? Look no further than Chocolate Covered Apples! This irresistible treat starts with crisp, juicy apples that are dipped in rich, velvety chocolate and then coated in a crunchy layer of chopped nuts. The result is a perfectly balanced snack that’s both sweet and satisfying, with just the right amount of crunch. Whether you’re looking for a midday pick-me-up or a sweet way to end your day, these Chocolate Covered Apples are sure to hit the spot. So why wait?



Adjust Servings
1 whole juicy apple
50 grams chocolate chips
chopped nuts
1 tablespoon creamy nut butter *you can use any nut butter of choice
Nutritional Information
151 Calories
10 g Fat
3 g Protein
15 g Carbs
11 g Sugars


Just a few steps
Wash the apples and dry them thoroughly with a clean towel. Cut the apples into about 0.5cm thick slices, leaving out the center of the apple. Insert a wooden skewer or lollipop stick into the top of each slice. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set it aside. Finely chop the nuts and place them in a shallow dish. Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or in the microwave, stirring frequently until smooth.
Dip each apple into the melted chocolate, using a spoon or spatula to coat it evenly. Hold the chocolate-coated apple over the dish of chopped nuts and sprinkle the nuts over the chocolate, rotating the apple to coat it evenly.Place the chocolate-coated and nut-covered apple onto the prepared baking sheet. If you want, you can drizzle each apple with nut butter as well. Repeat the process with the remaining apples.
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Last step!
Put the apples in the freezer for about 45 minutes to harden the chocolate and then just enjoy. Store in the fridge to prevent your apples from freezing.
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Choose the right type of apple: For this recipe, it's best to use crisp and firm apples, such as Granny Smith, Honeycrisp, or Gala. Avoid using soft or mealy apples, as they won't hold up well when dipped in chocolate.
Melt the chocolate carefully: Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or in the microwave, stirring frequently to prevent scorching. Be careful not to overheat the chocolate, as this can cause it to seize and become grainy.
Chop the nuts finely: Chop the nuts finely so they adhere well to the chocolate-coated apples. You can use any type of nuts you prefer, such as almonds, walnuts, or pecans.

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