White Chocolate Apple Baseballs

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White Chocolate Apple Baseballs

The chocolate-covered baseball strawberries that I made earlier this year were such a hit that I decided to make apples this time to celebrate the season of apples and baseball.  Game 7 of the World Series is tonight and whether you are rooting for the Rangers or the Cardinals you and yours can enjoy these easy peasy candy apples.  These edible baseballs also make great party favors and festive baseball team treats.

You can use the white chocolate of your choice but I have found that the white Wilton candy melts yield a truer white color and are easy to melt {in about a minute of microwaving time you will have smooth, runny chocolate ready for dipping}.   

White Chocolate Apple Baseballs
Recipe type: Dessert
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Serves: 4+
These edible baseballs make great party favors and festive baseball team treats.
  • Apples
  • White chocolate or white Wilton candy melts
  • Red Wilton candy melts
  1. Wash and thoroughly dry the apples.
  2. Melt the white chocolate in a deep bowl or glass and while it is still smooth and runny dip the apples in the melted chocolate.
  3. Let the excess chocolate drip off the bottom and then place the apples on a sheet of waxed paper to let the chocolate harden.
  4. Melt the red candy melts in a bowl.
  5. Spoon the melted red chocolate into a Ziploc bag or a frosting piping bag.
  6. Snip off one of the Ziploc bag corners or use a very small piping tip with the frosting bags.
  7. Make the red stitching marks on the apple baseballs, working quickly so that the red chocolate doesn’t harden in the bag.
  8. Let the chocolate on the apples harden.
  9. Serve the apples immediately or store them in a sealed container in the refrigerator.

White Chocolate Apple Baseballs

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One Response to “White Chocolate Apple Baseballs”

  1. Winnie says:

    Wowwwwww – looks wonderful!!
    What a creative and cute idea 🙂

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