Confetti apples are honestly a fantastic and yummy apple snack that you family will love and they are made from leftover frosting!
Recently I made the family chocolate fudge brownies. No not homemade either. Good old Pillsbury with Pillsbury Chocolate Fudge Funfetti Frosting.
Chocolate fudge frosting is the only frosting I’ll purchase and unfortunately you have to purchase it with the confetti sprinkles now, they do not sell it by itself here anymore. So with my small 8×8 brownies I made, I had a bit of frosting left over and saw a recipe on the label for Confetti Apples. You can find the recipe also on Pillsbury’s Baking site.
This is a great fun recipe to make with the kids and we had all the supplies.
Here is what you need to make Confetti Apples
No-stick cooking spray
3 small/medium apples-stems removed
1/2 can Pillsbury Funfetti Chocolate Fudge Frosting
Place wax paper or aluminum foil on a baking sheet. Spray with cooking spray. Place craft sticks into the stem of the apples
Remove the lid from the frosting and microwave for about 20 seconds or until smooth and you can stir.
Dip apple into the frosting container and cover with frosting. If you can’t get the very top by the stick use a spoon to drip frosting over.
Hold sideways until no frosting is dripping anymore.
Sprinkle with the confetti sprinkles. Repeat with apples.
If frosting thickens, microwave for a few seconds. Refrigerate for about 30 minutes. Enjoy!
The recipe on the label called for a full container of frosting and 8 apples. I altered this a bit as I found it easier to just dip the apple in the container instead of spooning the frosting over them. Have fun. Melt some white chocolate chips and make pretty designs. This is a great recipe to use leftover cake frosting. Easy and the kids will love them! These are in no way healthy even though they include apples:)
Confetti Apple Supplies