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Moral of the story: If you're making your own caramel candy apples, you'll want to refrigerate the ones you don't eat right away. If you're buying them, make sure to ask when the apples were made ...


Note: The apples do not need to be refrigerated unless you want your apples to be cold when you eat them. If you do refrigerate them, you will want to remove them and allow them to stand at room temperature for 10 to 15 minutes before eating to allow the caramel to soften slightly.


For those who cannot fathom going through the season without enjoying a caramel-dipped apple, not all is lost -- LaBorde said the treat can be enjoyed safely by "purchasing refrigerated caramel apples or preparing them at home," and, of course, refrigerating them at a safe temperature of 40 degrees Fahrenheit or lower if not consumed within ...


Apples have a longer shelf life than most other fruits and vegetables, so storing apples to keep them fresh is pretty easy. Should you store apples in the refrigerator or on the counter? Well, it depends on 2 factors: the first factor is how much refrigerator space do you have and the second factor is how quickly are you planning to eat the apples.


When refrigerated, caramel apples should sit at room temperature approximately 45 minutes before being eaten, so the apples can come to warm up slightly. Caramel apples should not be frozen, should also be kept out of direct sunlight and kept in a place with low humidity to prevent the apples from going bad.


No, the cake filled with caramel doesn't have to be refrigerated...think caramel apples! It's all cooked. Now, I do store the leftovers in the fridge, although I probably don't have to. When I fill a cake with caramel, I do a thin layer of buttercream first so it doesn't soak into the cake. I posted that recipe, btw. I hope you enjoy! Jodie


How to Store Candy Apples. ... If there is a gap, you can keep the apple about three days in the refrigerator; if you seal around the stick's entry point with candy, caramel or chocolate, you can keep the apple about two weeks if you prevent as much oxygen from getting to it as you can.


If homemade, caramel sauce will need to be refrigerated, due to the heavy cream and butter in the recipe. However, if it store-bought and processed, it should be ok to leave out unrefrigerated.


Chocolate Covered Caramel Apple Tips & Tricks . Whether you’re making simple chocolate covered caramel apples, fun and silly themed apples, or elegantly decorated caramel apples, the basic techniques are the same. ... Caramel. If you refrigerate the apples before you dip into the caramel, the caramel will set-up (harden) quicker.


8 Foods You Should Not Refrigerate. ... Apples. Freshly picked apples will do well (and look pretty) on your counter. If they aren’t eaten after a week or two, make them last a little bit longer ...