How Do You Like Them Apples? 4th Post Fall Melting Series
Brand: Candy Panda Wax
Product: 1 1/2 oz Scent Shot
Warmer Used: Glade Warmer
Scent: Caramel Apples
Online Scent Description: “Crisp green apples covered in caramel“
Wowza! The scent is so sweet on cold it is as if the scent alone is enough to give you cavities!
On warm this fragrance mellowed out and became a more tolerable fragrance. The caramel being the top scent note was a thick creamy caramel you’d find drizzled over most candied apples at Carnivals and festivals while the green apple was crisp and fresh giving off that tart/sour note we all know and love most in our green apples.
Usually I melt half of a scent shot and get a decent throw in my home but I felt like melting the full cup. (treat yo self) This melted well over 5-6 hours before I just grew tired of the scent and changed it out for something different.
The next melt I chose was from Wonderberry Wax Co- Ultimate Candy Apples.
Brand: Wonderberry Wax Co.
Product: 1 Scalloped Tart
Warmer Used: Glade Warmer
Scent: Ultimate Candy Apples
Throw: Medium to Strong
Online Scent Description: “Crunchy green apples dipped in caramel and white chocolate and rolled in toffee bits”
This tart put on quiet the show as it melted dispersing glitter throughout the warmer plate. The green apple in this fragrance is just mouthwatering fresh. Now take that apple of yours and dip it in hot,gooey, rich caramel and drizzle melted white chocolate over that dipped apple before dousing your creation in crunchy sweet toffee. YUMMMM! I was able to get a great throw for about 4-5 hours of melting before the scent started to fade.
I enjoyed this version of candied apples a bit more than the first melt but I believe it to be because of the other scent notes added making this scent more than just a caramel apple.
I found this in a home good’s store and thought it was way too cute to not share with you all.
I found this recipe as I was skimming through a cook book my mother in law had given me when I had first got married. This is my mother in laws recipe called Lazy Cobbler that is best served with ice cream. It sounded delicious so I thought it would be the perfect yet easy recipe to share with you guys.
1 can fruit of your choice (apples in this case)
1 3/4 cup sugar ,divided
1 stick margarine
1 cup self-rising flour
3/4 cup milk
Mix fruit with 3/4 cup of sugar in a saucepan and cook until hot. While fruit is cooking, melt margarine in a 9×13 inch-pan. Combine rest of ingredients in a bowl. Pour over melted margarine but do not stir. Pour hot fruit mixture over batter. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 to 60 minutes or until crust is golden brown. Batter will rise to top. Serve with ice cream!
What is your favorite apple recipe? Let me know below!
Until next melt,
Happy Melting and in this case baking!
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