This post is sponsored by Market Street. As always all ideas, projects and opinions are 100% my own.
Happy Fall Y’all! Today is officially the first day of fall and I think that is plenty of reason to celebrate, and what better way to celebrate than with caramel apples. Any day is more fun with a jumbo gourmet caramel apple, wouldn’t you agree?!?
I’m a big fan of apples, especially this time of year…did you see my Apple Picking Party? And I especially love them when they are covered in caramel! While I was tempted to devour these beauties all by myself I decided it was a better idea to share them and created a fun little “first day of fall” gift for my kids teachers.
The Market Street bakery is cooking up caramel apples fresh daily with a variety of toppings and colors for any occasion, which makes it easy to surprise someone with a delicious treat. They use crisp, green Granny Smith apples smothered in layers of thick and chewy hand-made caramel, then dipped in a variety of yummy toppings for the perfect combination of tart and sweet.
While these delicious treats are perfect on their own I thought they would look much more festive with custom labels and a little bit of ribbon.
I created some “Happy Fall Y’all” labels” and printed them on full sheet label paper. Click here to download the free Happy Fall Y’all labels.
I cut out the label and simply stuck it on the front of the caramel apple box. If you don’t have full sheet label paper you could also print the tags on white cardstock, punch a hole and tie it around the apple stick.
Tie ribbon around the stick and viola you’ve got a festive fall gift that would be perfect for teachers, neighbors and friends.
For around $6 you’ve can brighten someones day with a delicious gift that will take you less time to create than it will to watch the commercials in between your favorite TV show. Make sure you visit your local Market Street to get your caramel apples and celebrate fall!
What toppings do you like on your caramel apples? Who would you give this delicious gift to?