Apple Nachos Recipe

Apple nachos are easy to make. Slice and then top with your favorite syrups and candy pieces. A yummy snack that your friends and family will thank you for.
I found this supper yummy amazing recipe on Sugary Sweets

These Apple Nachos are FANTABULOUS! Yes, they are so good I had to make my own word to describe their deliciousness! 

Here is Sugary Sweets’ Recipe
4 large Granny Smith apples, sliced 
35 large marshmallows 
1/4 cup butter 
35 caramels 
1 Tbsp evaporated milk (or half and half) 
 1/4 cup mini semi-sweet morsels 
2 Tbsp chocolate syrup 
Slice apples and arrange on a platter. In a saucepan, melt marshmallows and butter until creamy. Set aside. In a microwave dish, melt caramels with milk (cooking in 30-second intervals, and stirring). Set aside. Pour marshmallow cream over apple slices, followed by caramel sauce. Drizzle chocolate syrup and sprinkle with peanuts and mini chocolate morsels. Serve immediately and enjoy!
Here is what Sugary Sweets’ look like
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Now I am sure hers are super delicious but I changed mine just a tiny tad. I used 4 different types of apples (2 of each): Granny Smith, Golden Delicious, Fuji and Gala. I used the chocolate syrup and her recipe for the melted marshmallows. I did not make my caramel sauce from scratch, I used caramel ice cream topping sauce, and instead of the mini chocolate chips I broke up Score candy bar and sprinkled that all over. 
Here are mine:
Apple nachos are easy to make. Slice and then top with your favorite syrups and candy pieces. A yummy snack that your friends and family will thank you for.
I am sure you could make about a million variations of this and it would still be FANTABULOUS
But be warned – you won’t be able to stop eating these until they are gone!

UPDATE:  I have had several questions regarding the preparation so I thought I would address that.

Apples will brown if they sit out for not very long.  To help remedy the browning soak your sliced apples in a bowl or sink covered with water and some lemon.  The amount of lemon depends on the amount of water, but I would suggest a couple of squirts – yes that is a measuring technique.  This will let the apples sit for an hour or two without browning – if they last that long!


  1. says

    Glad you enjoyed these! My kids request these ALL the TIME!! Love that you put toffee on them. I’ve also made them with peanut butter and nutella. Delish!

  2. says

    Ok, I was on these as soon as I saw Nachos in the title. YUMMMY! This will go on our Friday night snack list. Thanks so much for sharing this week at our Pin’inspiration Party C:

  3. says

    Oh I totally believe you that you can’t stop eating these. They look so amazing!! Thanks so much for sharing at our party this week.

  4. says

    YUM!!!!! These look amazing. I know I shouldn’t but I’m going to have to give these babies a try.

    Found you through the Once a month blog hop. I’m your newest follower. :)

  5. says

    What a great idea to make a nacho tray like this!!!! This would be so fun for a party too, I’ll have to do this sometime! I love it!!!

  6. says

    I’ll be featuring your apple nachos tomorrow night (Monday) at Project Queen’s Highlight party. Thank you so much for sharing!

  7. says

    This recipe looks absolutely AMAZING…my mouth is watering! Thanks for linking it up with us @ Toot Your Horn Tuesdays. I’m featuring this from last week’s party. Would love if you come get your feature button from Chronic Christian Crafter, and thanks for linking up and sharing! Look forward to what you have to share with us next! :)


    • says

      I have brought them to an outdoor BBQ before and I just soaked the apple slices in water with a couple tablespoons of lemon juice for about 5 minutes before assembly to keep them from browning. But they still didn’t last long enough for the apples to brown :) I hope your friends enjoy them!

  8. says

    My friend is having a pinterest party. I saw this recipe on pinterest (which led me to your blog) and I’m making this for the party! I felt like it was great for a fall dessert! Thanks!

  9. says

    I have a few questions I hope someone can answer… 1. Salted or unsalted butter? 2. How long can you set aside the melted marshmallows? It seems to me it would harden? 3. How far in advance should it be ok to make these? 2-3 hrs before a party?
    Thanks in advance!!!

    • says

      Either butter is fine and I have even used margarine before as well and that has worked.
      The melted marshmallows will harden as they are left out. I have put my extra in the fridge and then microwave them to get them soft again.
      As long as you soak the apples in lemon juice for awhile before the party a couple hours before hand would be fine.
      I hope that helps! Thanks for the great questions!


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