Sweet, salty and chocolaty - this is a delicious way to dress up Granny Smith apples. Try these treats at your next autumn gathering.
These were a wonderful change from ordinary toffee apples, not that there's anything wrong with those! the sweet and salty contrast was delicious!! - 24 Oct 2008
Great combo with the salt and the sweet sugary caramel. These are different from the usual and looked pretty too. Only you have to work fast because the caramel hardens and the salt wouldn't stick. I dipped all apples first then did the salt, and the chocolate last, but like I said the salt didn't stick and I kind of had to press the pieces into the caramel. These are even better tasting than the plain caramel apples. If you like the contrast of sweet/salty you'll like these. Thanks for the great idea!!! I had so much fun making these. - 22 Oct 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Hands down, most DELICIOUS way to eat a caramel apple. The combo of sweet, crunchy, tart, salty is to die for. We prefer to omit the chocolate. You really just need to strategically place a few large grains of the salt on the caramel. That is A LOT of salt on the apples that are pictured. Fleur de sel is always a treat, if you have it. And always use a tart variety apple, NEVER Red Delicious. - 18 Feb 2009 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)