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We're vegetarians, so we're all about the fruit, man. I partnered with Kauffman's Fruit Farm for a series of posts, and am so excited to share them. I mean, who doesn't love healthy recipes, right?

I love healthy. But I also own a deep fryer.

The struggle is real.

And, judging by the title of this post, you know which side won the struggle. I promise next month's recipe will be a liiiitttle lighter. Until then, read on.

Mini Caramel Apple Pie Bombs

Mini Caramel Apple Pie Bombs

Ingredients

Biscuits (I used butter flavored ones. Because, butter.)
Apples – Mine came from Kauffman's.
Apple Butter – From Kauffman's, too!
Caramel (I made mine own, but you can use the stuff in a jar. It's going in the deep fryer – who cares?)
Whipped Cream

Apple Pie Bombs

Directions

Because this was a new recipe for me, I tried doing these a few different ways. The way that seemed to work best is the one I'm going to show you.

Mini Caramel Apple Pie Bombs

Peel, core, and dice the apples.

Preheat the deep fryer.

If you're making caramel, now's the time. I literally mixed brown sugar, butter, vanilla, and heavy cream on the stove and brought it to a boil. It's delicious, but you can save a little time by buying caramel sundae topping. Add a little apple butter to the caramel, to make the flavor POP!

Roll out your biscuits, one at a time, on a cutting board. If they start to stick, add a little flour to the board before setting the next one down. Cut the biscuits in half if they're JUMBO like mine were.

Mini Caramel Apple Pie Bombs

Dip the diced apples into the caramel apple butter mixture, then place a few (depending on how small you diced them, and the size of your biscuit) onto your biscuit. Cover with a little extra caramel apple butter and then pinch the dough together to form a little “bomb”.  It's kind of like a wonton at this point.

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Deep fry for just a few minutes – your times will vary so I'd say start with a minute or two on each side. Drizzle with apple butter caramel, then top with whipped cream!

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Oh, and…

Mini Caramel Apple Pie Bombs

Some of them might come undone if you put too much of the mixture, or if your biscuit isn't flat enough, or any number of other reasons. If they open up, embrace it. Just serve them flat, with extra whipping cream on top!

Mini Caramel Apple Pie Bombs

These tasty little caramel apple pie bombs are truly decadent and addictive!

  • Biscuits
  • Apples
  • Apple Butter
  • Caramel Sundae Topping (or brown sugar, butter, vanilla, and heavy cream to make your own)
  • Whipped Cream

Peel, core, and dice the apples.

Preheat the deep fryer.

Make caramel by mixing brown sugar, butter, vanilla, and heavy cream on the stove and bringing it to a boil. (or use caramel sundae topping).

Add a little apple butter to the caramel for flavor.

Roll out your biscuits, one at a time, on a cutting board, adding flour to the board as needed. Cut the biscuits in half if they’re too big.

Dip the diced apples into the caramel apple butter mixture, then place a few onto your biscuit.

Cover with a little extra caramel apple butter and then pinch the dough together to form a little “bomb”, like a wonton.

Deep fry for just a few minutes, a minute or two on each side.

Drizzle with apple butter caramel, then top with whipped cream!

Enjoy!

 

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42 Comments

  1. These would be so amazing on a nice fall night (even in the desert lol) so excited to try this thanks!

  2. Oh heavens! Those look fantastic! I have got to try these. So simple to make too. My daughter is learning to cook. I bet she would love to help make these!

  3. OMG!!!! Never saw this recipe before…it looks so yummy and I just happen to have a big bunch of apples that my brother in law just gave us off his trees?????????????????????????????

  4. This is seriously making me drool! And my stomach is growling now! It’s time for lunch, and I’m seriously contemplating making this now.

  5. Wow. I got rid of my deep fryer because I felt it was too unhealthy but this is fruit! I need to go get another one and make this ASAP

  6. Wow! These look amazing. Too bad I am off carbs this week but I could see myself going crazy with These soon ;-)

  7. My 13 year old daughter wants to make this. She’s turning into quite the baker/cook. Thanks for a tasty, relatively easy recipe!

  8. These look amazing. I LOVE apple butter but I’ve never found one that tastes amazing as my grandmothers. I’m hoping you can order Kauffman’s online as that is one brand I haven’t tried.

  9. OMG! They look smashing. And yes, pecans or walnuts would make it even more delightful. Yummy!

  10. These look so delicious, but I feel like I’m getting cavities just looking at them. I might as well schedule an appointment with my local dentist near me at Ocean Dental Center right now!

  11. Yummy! Too bad I’ve just had a dental procedure done from Pine View Family Dental in Prescott, AZ and am not allowed to hog so much sweetness at the moment. But I’ll definitely try it once my dentist gives me a go ahead. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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