A caramel apple lasts approximately 2 1/2 weeks when refrigerated, but it only lasts one week if it is unrefrigerated. Because the core is pierced with a skewer and heat is used during the application of the caramel, the... More »

Freshly made caramel apples will stay fresh for up to a week when refrigerated. Prepackaged caramel apples typically have a shelf life of about 2 weeks, but will also last longer if refrigerated. More »

Apples can last up to two months in the refrigerator. The date an apple was picked and the variety of the apple impacts its shelf life. Firmer varieties, such as Granny Smith apples, last longer than softer varieties. More »

Some ways to dry apples are to place them in the oven, out in the sun or in a food dehydrator. Before using one of these methods to dry the apples, wash, core and peel the apples, and then soak them in a solution that pr... More »

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Fresh carrots last between three and four weeks in the refrigerator. Baby carrots last around three weeks in the refrigerator, and cooked carrots typically last around a week. More »

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Depending on the type of meat that is being used, cold cut deli meats can last anywhere from 5 days to 4 weeks. Meats that have been opened will not last as long as meats that have not been opened or disrupted. More »

One of the best recipes for caramel apple salad requires only milk, butterscotch pudding mix, whipped topping, apples and peanuts. An alternative recipe uses caramel ice cream topping and butter lettuce. More »

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