Apple Nachos

Super easy and delicious, make a batch of these no bake Apple Nachos today!
Apple Nachos: delicious layer of sweet apples topped with caramel, chocolate, marshmallow, nuts and chocolate morsels
Raise your hand if you like caramel apples? Yeah, me too! There is a little candy and ice cream shop back in my hometown that had the very best Candy Apples. I say “candy apples” because these things were monstrous. Coated with different candies, my favorite being toffee.
But that’s not what I made. As you can see. My rugrats were wanting a snack. So instead of giving them apple slices, I once again went over the top! I had a vision that these would be easier to eat than caramel apples. They’re not. They are gooey, and messy and totally delicious. Maybe next time I would eat them with a fork. But it was all good, cause the kids ate it outside. And rinsed with the hose. And probably took a drink of water out of the hose (gasp)! Then ate dirt. Okay fine, I exaggerate. But the hose part is real, (please don’t email me the dangers of drinking out of hoses. We like to live dangerously)!

Apple Nachos: a delicious snack to feed a crowd. Top apples with chocolate, caramel, marshmallow and nuts #apple @shugarysweets

Β This served a crowd of 7 people, with a few slices left over. Enjoy!

Apple Nachos

Apple Nachos


  • 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 peanuts
  • 1/4 cup mini semi-sweet morsels
  • 2 Tbsp chocolate syrup


  1. Slice apples and arrange on platter.
  2. In saucepan, melt marshmallows and butter until creamy. Set aside.
  3. In microwave dish, melt caramels with milk (cooking in 30 second intervals, and stirring). Set aside.
  4. 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!


Apple Nachos: delicious layer of sweet apples topped with caramel, chocolate, marshmallow, nuts and chocolate morsels

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88 comments on “Apple Nachos”

  1. How fun! And so beautifully arranged! I can see how it could get a little messy, but that’s all part of eating caramel apples, too πŸ™‚

  2. I am totally raising my hand! I β™₯ Caramel Apples.. In Nacho form is pure genius! Love it!

  3. These apple nachos look so colourful…never thought of having apples as nachos! Great!!

  4. WOW…These sound seriously AMAZING!!!! I’m your newest follower!

  5. As always you have the best looking sweet recipes! This just looks so yummy. Great pictures. Come over and visit us today. We have a wonderful chilled soup and a great give away from the Fairy Hobmother.

  6. OHhh my Aimee! I never knew that I could lick the lipstick off my lips by looking at your blog! Cups Up! xoxo

  7. My daughter gets all giddy just when I say apple slices, so she would be over-the-top-excited if I made this…fantastic!

  8. Oh my! I am drooling just looking at those delicious apples! How yummy!

  9. Oh my! I am drooling just looking at those delicious apples! How yummy!

  10. Oh my gosh, that’s a sugar high for sure.

  11. My name is Ali and I am from the Water Services Department.

    I was forwarded this address by a concerned reader: Miss A. Busybody in regards to the dangers of drinking out of hoses after apple consumption.

    Danger #1 – Bacteria growth in warm standing water. Let the water get nice and cold before drinking.

    Danger #2 – Lead passed from the hose to the hose-drinker.

    Please be advised that a second or two worth of a cool sip from the house is NO JOKING MATTER. You might as well send your kids to much on the old paint in your closets.

    Please be advised that we will follow up with this situation should any children be found frolicking and hose sipping in your yard in the future.


  12. Oh my,
    This looks like an awesome treat and it looks so pretty. I think that all ages would enjoy this nice treat. Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and come back real soon.
    Hope you have a great week end!
    Miz Helen

  13. Fun treat! I forgot that I used to do this! Great way to get your fruit AND make it a little sweeter. I definitely need to try these again soon.

  14. These look so pretty! My kids would have these eaten up in about 5 minutes! What a clever idea…apple nachos. I love it. πŸ™‚

  15. My goodness that looks delicious!!!

  16. I’m 200% certain I never should have found your blog! These look amazing- we LOVE caramel apples and this is a more summery way to do them! Will absolutely try this- your blog is amazing! Thrilled to be your newest follower πŸ™‚

  17. I love any dessert that involves apples and caramel! Yummy! This looks divine. I’d like to invite you to share some of your recipes on A Well-Seasoned Life’s Sweet Indulgences Sunday.

  18. This looks absolutely fantastic….I can’t wait to surprise my family with this one.

  19. My little girl has a sleepover coming up. I am so making these! I would love it if you would link up to my Tuesday Confessional link party going on now: I hope to see you soon!
    ~Macy from Confessions of a SAHM

  20. You are soo making me hungry. MMMMMmmmmmm

  21. Oh my, these look amazing! Can I have some?? πŸ™‚

    New blog follower! Come follow back and enter my great giveaways!

  22. Oh my, divine! My family would love this! Thanks for sharing!

  23. This recipe looks so good. I would love it if you came over to my party “Cast Party Wednesday” tomorrow and shared some of your recipes with us.
    I hope to see you there!

  24. That looks awesome. We are camping right now and I am seriously considering to make this tonight instead of same old smore’s.

    Hope you can stop by and share it at Foodie Wednesday

  25. beautiful pics!

    This is such a fun recipe, will have to try it with the kids when I get home!

  26. Anonymous

    These look amazing and since my hubby is gluten free he can eat them too! That makes me VERY happy! Also, I drank out of a hose all the time growing up! I’ve had no ill effects from it! Drink away! πŸ™‚

  27. Mmmm…messy, but divine! And beautiful presentation too!

    I definitely need to try this!

    Thank you so much for sharing it on “A Little Birdie Told Me…” Tuesday!


  28. Everything I love (except the evaporated milk – not sure I’ve ever had it) is in this! Looks delicious and tooth-rottening at the same time πŸ˜€

    Found you on For the Love of Blog’s Tasty Tuesday post and am now following. I bake as a hobby but often post recipes I make. Plus, I’m always look for new recipes to try πŸ™‚

    Sarah the Writer

  29. That looks so delicious! My family would love this. Thanks for the recipe.

    I’d love it if you stopped by and linked this up to my Making a Home Linky. πŸ™‚

    Linda @ Linda’s Lunacy

  30. That looks so lovely *__* I NEED to come up with how to make a vegan version out of this, it looks absolutely delicious… AND I CAN’T EAT IT… *supermegapout*

    Hopping over from Tasty Tuesday on FTLOB. I am definitely following you… ^__^

  31. You are the most creativest (is that a word? lol) mommy in the world!

  32. What a great idea! I would never have thought of this, but I will be trying this with the fall apple crop. Thanks for sharing!

  33. Looks yummo! I went to a party once that had the best apple platter ever!! Take a block of lowfat cream cheese put in the middle of the platter. Drizzle with caramel and butterscotch topping and sprinkle with granola! To die for!!

  34. I forgot to mention to place assorted sliced apples all around it πŸ™‚

  35. There are dangers to drinking out a hose – who knew??

  36. What a cute spin on nachos!! These look so delicious and great to take to a get together!

  37. Oh my gosh…those look ridiculously amazing!!!!! and ps… kids drank from the hose again this year….don’t tell!

  38. I love your recipe, what great party food. Thanks for linking up at bacon Time.

  39. Oh my gosh! This looks divine. I definitely would not have left any slices behind.

  40. I am going to feature these on Thursday afternoon at Bacon Time πŸ™‚

  41. This is amazing! I love your blog. Followed!

  42. What a great idea! And it looks so pretty!

  43. I just bought pears that I need to serve to large crowd on Sunday after church. I think I will use this recipe! It looks really great! Thanks for posting it!

  44. This is an awesome idea!! Love it!

  45. Anonymous

    First…these look amazing. I will definitely be trying this in the future.

    Secondly… is the one comment for real about the dangers of water hose drinking?? Who HASN’T drank from a water hose. Geesh.

  46. Anonymous

    How long do you think this dish can sit out before the apples start to brown?

  47. @anonymous…if you want, you can toss the apples with a little bit of lemon juice to keep them from browning. Otherwise, we eat it right away!

  48. All I can say is WOW! This is a wonderful idea and perfect for entertaining guests!

  49. I made this as a snack for my kids and me – thank you!

  50. These apple nachos are brilliant. My only problem is I need them now and I don’t have any. Thanks for coming by my blog. I just love yours and am happy to be following it.

  51. Had to pin this too. OMG your killing me. Love your foodie ideas.

  52. To make these less messy, try Skewering the Apples before putting them on the plate, then drizzle all the sweet goodness over them and top with your variety of nuts and chopped nuts .. You could use any assortment of apples also.

  53. These look delicious and I can’t wait to try them.

    Just became a follower.

  54. Just found you through the blog hop, and I’m so excited to follow you!! This recipe looks great!!

    I’d love for you to stop by my blog sometime!


  55. I have this and it is AMAZING! I featured you on my blog today. Stop by and grab a feature button and wear it proudly! Thanks for the great recipe!

  56. This looks so pretty and so delicious. Thanks for linking to the Summer Fun Party. I am one of the cohosts from TheStuffofSuccess. Feel free to stop by and say hello. Have a great week. I am also your newest follower. Athena

  57. I featured you today on Blissful and Domestic. Stop by and check it out!

  58. This looks delicious. I have a link party, and I would love it if you would link this post. You can find it at
    It is called Wednesdays Adorned From Above Link Party.
    I hope to see you there. Have a great Day.
    Debi Bolocofsky
    Adorned From Above

  59. I know that this is one of your older recipes, but I think I found my first recipe to try. I love apples and caramel. I think I will use fluff instead. I hope it will come out OK.

  60. Love this idea. Here is a link to my chocolate nachos, I thought you might like them too. πŸ™‚

  61. Anonymous

    I had something similar at a family reunion. Mix 2 tbs brown sugar w/ a block of crm cheese and either form it in middle of plate or you could spread it in a sm dish. Then sprinkle with tofee bits and drizzle with caramel ice cream topping. Serve with sliced green apples for dipping. delish

  62. OMGAGA talk about candy apples yummy yummy. Thanks foe sharing

  63. looks very yummy and unique

  64. Great idea and I loved drinking out of the hose. I did it all the time as a kid and adult. SO I say HOOEY to all the hose crap. I’m 55 and healthy as a horse so I’m thinking it’s fine. I may have ate dirt too I know I ate paste in Kindergarten so all the stuff is right of passage. But the apples look awesome. Sad to share LOL

  65. Anonymous

    may try this with melted rolos, my son has a nut allergy and I have rolos at home now. Good snack for the rainy day we are having!!

  66. Anonymous

    Real apple nachos link

  67. Melinda

    I love your posts. This one really hit home for us – we had to try them immediately. The only one who came out neatly was the child in the house at the time. She wanted to try bathing in the hose and having a drink out of it, but I was able to say truthfully that the weather wasn’t acceptable and we didn’t have a hose. On the other hand, I drank out of hoses all the time as a kid, sometimes removing the sprinkler so we could. It didn’t do us any harm, although my grandmother swore it raised out IQ every time we did so she asked us to stop. Thanks again for this great recipe.

  68. Gina

    Anybody have any ideas how to make this lactose free? I know there are substitutes for the chocolate, but what about the caramel and condensed milk?

  69. Toni

    Wow! I bet this would be great with pears, too!

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  71. BitsyBet

    I see another use for my pizza pan. Can’t wait to try this one.

  72. Holly smokes, I just saw this. These are the best nachos I have ever seen in my life πŸ™‚ I am going to share this recipe in my FB page. I just love this idea!

  73. I think I’ll try this but pop them in the freezer before serving. I think it may make them slightly less messy.

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