These copycat Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Apple Pie Caramel Apples are the perfect treat this fall! They are coated with a thick layer of caramel, white chocolate, and then dusted with a cinnamon sugar!

A caramel coated apple sliced in half.

It’s finally fall. The most amazing time of the year. I’ve been anxiously awaiting the cooler nights, long pants, and cozy sweaters. As the leaves start turning colors I can’t help but want to go on walks around our quaint neighborhood. The fall months make me feel alive, and I love it! I’m less stressed, happier, and more myself. It’s funny how different seasons can do that to you.

Let’s talk about apples. Honeycrisp apples… yum. When I think of apples I reflect on the memories I have as a little girl with my dad. On one particular occasion he and I went and picked apples together in an apple orchard not far from where we lived. We’d take the apples home and eat them. I don’t recall my mom making numerous batches of apple pie. However, we loved slicing an apple and dipping it in some homemade caramel apple dip.

Caramel and white chocolate coated green apples against a white background.

I’m getting carried away by all things fall. I can’t help it! But lets talk about these apple pie caramel apples. Ohhh they are gooooood.  An apple covered in silky smooth caramel, almond bark, and cinnamon sugar; you won’t be able to stop at just one bite!

Have you been to the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory? It’s a decadent chocolate store. They sell treats of all varieties but their caramel apples are what sets them apart.

They have Reese’s Peanut Butter Caramel Apples, Snickers Caramel Apples, you name it! Problem is it costs a solid $8 for one caramel apple. So I decided to make a copycat Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Apple Pie Caramel Apple at home!

Three green apples with sticks poked into the stems.

How do you make Copycat Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Apple Pie Caramel Apples?

  1. You’ll need Granny Smith Apples. Wash and dry the apples thoroughly. Doing this helps the caramel adhere better.
  2. Insert a stick into the tops of each apple. (I bought sticks that had a point on the end. This made it easy to insert the sticks into the apples.)
  3. Place the apples in the freezer. They stayed in the freezer for 15 minutes as I prepared the caramel.

For the caramel I used Peter’s Caramel. You can buy it in 5lb blocks. If you don’t have Peter’s Caramel don’t worry, you can use Kraft caramels, they work just as well. Melt the caramel, then dip the apples. After you dip the apples, I scrape the excess caramel off the bottom to prevent pooling.

An apple coated in caramel, white chocolate, and cinnamon sugar.

Place the caramel covered apples on a tray and set them in the freezer.

Prepare the white chocolate melts. Once the chocolate is melted remove the apples from the freezer, dip each apple in the almond bark, swirling the apple to get an even coating of chocolate. Immediately after doing this, generously sprinkle the apples with the cinnamon sugar mixture.

You can roll the apples in the mixture if you’d like. I did it both ways and preferred the sprinkling because ultimately, it looked better. Place the apples in the freezer for 5 minutes to set the chocolate. Remove from the freezer and eat immediately or place in an air tight container for later.

A caramel and white chocolate coated green apple sliced in half.

If you want to double dip your apples in the caramel or chocolate melts, you’ll want to make sure you melt enough to do so. I dipped my apples once.

These apple pie caramel apples are easy to make and loved by everyone!

More delicious apple recipes:

Green apples covered in caramel, white chocolate, and cinnamon sugar.
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5 from 10 votes

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Copycat Apple Pie Caramel Apples

Easy to make and so delicious! Perfect for fall!
Prep Time: 25 mins
Cook Time: 5 mins
Total Time: 30 mins
Servings: 4 servings


  • 4 Granny Smith apples, washed and dried
  • 16 oz Peter’s Caramel - you can use Kraft caramels as well. Just follow instructions for melting.
  • 12 oz white almond bark

Cinnamon Sugar Coating

  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 tsp cinnamon


  • In a small bowl combine the brown sugar, sugar, and cinnamon. Mix to combine. 
  • Wash and dry apples thoroughly. Remove apple stems. Take sticks and push them halfway through the top of the apple. I bought sticks that had one pointy end. This made inserting the sticks much easier. You can use popsicle sticks for this too.  
  • Place apples in the freezer while you melt the caramel. 
  • Melt the caramel according to package directions. Once melted, take the apples out of the freezer and dip them into the caramel. Scrape off any excess caramel on the bottom. This will prevent pooling when you place it on your tray. Place caramel covered apples on a wax paper lined tray. Put the apples in the freezer to speed up the caramel setting process.
  • Melt the almond bark. Once melted, dip each apple. Immediately after dipping into the white almond bark, sprinkle the apples with the cinnamon sugar mixture. Alternatively, you can roll the apples in the mixture. You might get a thicker coating of the cinnamon sugar mixture (which is a good thing)! I thought sprinkling it on made the end result prettier. 
  • Place the finished apples in the freezer for 5 minutes to set. Remove from freezer, cut into 8 slices and enjoy!


I single dipped these apples. You’re welcome to double dip in the caramel. Just note, you’ll have to melt more caramel to do so. 


Calories: 762kcal (38%)
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
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