Caramel apple

Caramel apples… synonymous with fall


They might have been founded accidentally, but caramel apples are now synonymous with fall.

Let’s face it, can you think of many better ways to welcome in the harvest season than with a rich, buttery caramel apple freshly coated from the tree?

If you want to host a fall harvest soiree this season, consider making apples your inspirational ingredient and caramel fondue the centerpiece!

Getting the caramel just right

Caramel apples

Delicious caramel apples for any occasion


Caramel is delicious, but can be sticky, messy and difficult to keep its temperature, even when left in a pot on the stove.

It requires you to stay near the pot to make sure the temperature and consistency stay perfect.

If you need a large amount, you might even need to use multiple pots, which will prevent you from joining in the fun.

The benefits of using a chocolate fountain 


Let the chocolate fountain do all the hard work so you don’t have to


Thankfully, you can use your Sephra chocolate fountain and let it create the perfect caramel consistency for a fall harvest party.

By using your chocolate fountain, you’ll be able to keep your caramel at the right temperature and consistency while actually enjoying your party.

No one will be disappointed to find rock hard caramel or scalded, inedible caramel either.

And using a home or commercial chocolate fountain will undoubtedly add a touch of gourmet to your fall harvest table.

More than dipped apples

Apple pie

Drizzle warm caramel fondue over apple pie or crumble for the perfect finish


Offer apple pie, crumble or turnovers made from organic green apples, such as Granny Smith, and ladle the warm caramel fondue over each slice.

Round off the dessert offerings with a tray of fresh nuts, perhaps some covered in dark chocolate, and all of them perfect for dipping into the caramel fondue.

Best of all, you’ll be able to sit back and enjoy your efforts and your guests.