Get your Halloween spook on with these easy-to-make and ghoulishly delicious Jason Voorhees Smores candy apples. Just five ingredients are required to make this frightfully finger-lickin’ good treat!
Jason Voorhees Candied Apples
Friday the 13th is one of our favorite times to get together with friends for some Halloween fun.
But this year, why not shake things up a bit and make your own terrifyingly tasty treats?
Introducing Jason Voorhees smores candy apples.
The perfect way to satisfy your sweet tooth while still giving a nod to everyone’s favorite horror movie character.
With just five simple ingredients, these recognizably spooky desserts are surprisingly easy to put together and guaranteed to be an unforgettable Halloween hit!
So grab your marshmallows, chocolate, apples, and graham crackers, and let’s get cooking!
Makes: 3 Candied Apples
Prep: 20 Minutes
Why We Love Smores Candy Apples
- Candy apples combine novelty, visual appeal, and seasonality to create a fun experience for customers.
- They provide a contrasting combination of sweet and crunchy flavors and textures.
- For fans of the “Friday the 13th” franchise, these candy apples bring nostalgia and evoke a sense of connection with the movies.
While both toffee apples and candy apples involve coating apples with sweet, hardened sugar mixtures, the key differences lie in the ingredients used, flavor, and appearance of the coating. Toffee apples have a buttery flavor and a darker coating, while candy apples have a sweeter, more colorful, and more crystalline coating. The terms are sometimes used interchangeably, and the specific preparation may vary depending on regional preferences and recipes.
- Red candy melts
- Ghirardelli’s chocolate wafers
- Graham crackers
- Popsicle sticks
For exact measurements, please see the printable recipe card below.
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Kitchen Baking Supplies
How to Make Smores Candy Apples
Melt the red candy melts in a bowl as directed on the package.
Place the stick into the apple. It’s best to go a little sideways as the core of the apple is tough.
Dip the apples in a bowl and set them on freezer, wax, or parchment paper to dry.
While drying add the marshmallows and pieces of graham cracker all over the apple.
Melt the Ghirardelli’s chocolate as directed and drizzle over the top.
Place in the fridge until ready to serve.
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- 1 bag of red candy melts
- 1/2 cup Ghirardelli’s chocolate wafers
- 3 graham crackers
- 1 cup marshmallows
- 3 large pop sticks
- 3 apples
- Melt the red candy melts in a bowl as directed on the package.
- Place the stick into the apple. It’s best to go a little sideways as the core of the apple is tough.
- Dip the apples in a bowl and set them on freezer, wax, or parchment paper to dry. While drying add the marshmallows and pieces of graham cracker all over the apple.
- Melt the Ghirardelli’s chocolate as directed and drizzle over the top.
- Place in the fridge until ready to serve.
Amount Per Serving Calories 714Total Fat 7gSaturated Fat 1gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 3gCholesterol 0mgSodium 223mgCarbohydrates 168gFiber 6gSugar 138gProtein 3g
Smores Candy Apples Conclusion
With Friday the 13th quickly approaching, why not gather up your friends and enjoy this spooky season with a twist?
Jason Voorhees smores candy apples are the perfect combination of seasonally inspired treats and horror movie nostalgia.
Not only are they quick and easy to prepare with just five ingredients, but they are sure to be an unforgettable hit at any upcoming gathering!
So don’t wait any longer to get into the Halloween spirit and bring out these frightfully delicious treats at your next party.
Who knows, maybe you’ll be the one scaring everyone away with them… Happy Haunting!
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