National Caramel Apple Day is an annual celebration feasted on October 31st of each year. Foodie lovers can celebrate a holiday this year. Caramel Apple is the perfect feast for the autumn festivals that mesmerizes your childhood days. National Caramel Apple Day is a perfect day to treat your sweet tooth with apple rolled on the caramel.
“Eating apples is good on so many levels. There’s fiber in the skin that’s really good for you. It helps with digestion and helps you absorb all the nutrients of everything you’ve eaten that day. Apples are a really good thing.” – Rebecca Romijn
History of National Caramel Apple Day
The history and origin of the National Caramel Apple Day are anonymous. National Confectioners Association sponsors this Day. Caramel apples have a long and tasty history. Caramel apples are otherwise termed as taffy apples. They are made by inserting a wooden stick into the apple first. The fresh apples-on-a-stick is dipped or rolled in hot caramel. The apples rolled on the caramel are rolled over the nuts or other small savories or confections, and thus allowing it to cool.
The caramel apples are the apples rolled on the caramel. When further ingredients like peanuts are added, then it is called as taffy apples. In the autumn festivals like Halloween or Bonfire Night, Caramel apples are usually consumed as treats in the wake of the annual apple harvest. The tart, crisp apples including Granny Smith or Fuji apples are most commonly used apples in this preparation. There was a mention that Dan Walker, a sales representative for Kraft Foods, in the 1950s invented the caramel apples.
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How to Celebrate National Caramel Apple Day
Celebrating the National Caramel Apple Day is very simple. Treat yourself with one or two caramel apples to complete this celebration. The best way is to prepare the apple caramel for your family with your preferred toppings. Learn different types of making and taste the new confectionery. Share your celebration moments on social media using the hashtag #NationalCaramelAppleDay.