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Spooky Caramel Apples Recipe

Hello, hello! Let’s get spooky this week, because guess what … Halloween is almost here! And we’re very excited as every year you can find something interesting (maybe a bit spooky) at CSC.

But to kick things off, let’s get started with this delicious (yes, we are guilty of having a sweet tooth) caramel apple + cannabis-infused chocolate recipe.

And without further ado … (drum roll …) let’s get to it!


  • 1 bar cannabis-infused chocolate;
  • 6 apples;
  • 1 bag coconut flakes;
  • 1 can condensed milk;
  • 1 bag caramel;
  • 2 cups chocolate chips.


The easiest way to go about it is to melt our ingredients by cooking them in a sauce pan, and we’re going to start by mixing our caramel and milk in the pan. Just like a regular caramel apple recipe, we’re going to skewer our apples whole with wooden skewers or popsicle sticks (comes down to personal preference) and we’re going to dip them in the caramel. While our mixture is still sticky, we’re going to lay our coconut flakes on a platter and roll our apples in them, gently covering the apples. Now that the fun part is over, we’re going to store our apples in a cold setting such as a fridge for example, until the caramel becomes firm after which we can remove the core and cut them into a few pieces, we recommend 4 or 6.

Now let’s get to the fun part! We’re going to grab a new bowl and mix our cannabis-infused chocolate as well as our chocolate chips and melt the mixture in the microwave. Again we’re going to skewer but this time, we’re going to skewer our slices and dip them in chocolate while also storing them in the fridge for a bit to cool.

Now for some pro tips, we’re going to draw a few spooky faces on our apples, or carve bat shaped chocolate pieces. This part is all you, you get to be as creative as you want.

Happy Halloween!

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