Can you dip apple slices in melted chocolate?

Can you dip apple slices in melted chocolate?

Can you dip apple slices in melted chocolate?

Melt the chocolate chips and coconut oil together over a double boiler. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or wax paper. Slice the apple into 1/4-inch-thick slices. Dip the apple slices one at a time into the chocolate, making sure to coat them evenly.

How do you make chocolate dipped apples?

Dip apples into the melted chocolate, turning to coat completely. Dip or roll in candy or nuts, then place on a sheet of waxed paper. Repeat with remaining apples. Allow apples to set at room temperature until the chocolate is firm, about 20 minutes, before serving.

How do you dip apple slices?

DIP: Since the apple slices have easy-to-grab sticks, they’re pretty easy to dip. Dip the slice in the bowl of chocolate, using a spoon to coat the entire slice. Let excess chocolate drip off, then transfer to a parchment paper-lined tray.

How do you make chocolate covered caramel apple slices?

Skewer apples and dip in caramel. Place in fridge until caramel is firm and then slice and core apples. Skewer each slice and dip in melted chocolate. Place on a silicone mat or parchment and leave to set up.

Do you refrigerate chocolate covered apples?

If the apples are completely fresh, you really only need to refrigerate them until the chocolate is set (about 15 minutes) and then you can leave them at room temperature until the birthday party.

How far in advance can you make chocolate covered apples?

Sprinkle nuts over chocolate. Place on prepared plate. Refrigerate 20 min. or until chocolate is firm. (The dipped apples can be refrigerated up to 2 days before serving.)

Do you freeze fruit before dipping in chocolate?

The pre-freeze process prevents juices from running and soft chocolate from sticking to each other. That way, when you’re ready to use your chocolate-covered strawberries, they won’t stick together or feel slightly mushy either.

Why is my chocolate sliding off my apples?

If possible, try to use apples that don’t have a wax coating. The waxy surface will cause your chocolate and caramel to slide right off your apple. Not at all what we’re looking for here. There’s no need to fret if your apples have wax on them as there are ways to remove it.

How do you get the wax off apples without boiling them?

  1. Dr. Sood suggests dipping the apple in hot water for a few seconds to remove the wax.
  2. Another method is to mix one tablespoon of lemon juice and one tablespoon of baking soda in water.
  3. You can also use vinegar instead of lemon juice mixed in water.
  4. Apple cider vinegar is also a good option.