Daffy Apple Petite Caramel Apples are produced from late August until early December. Local customers in the Denver Metro Area may contact us to discuss order pick-up starting in August. We will not ship Daffy Apple Petite Caramel Apples until late September due to temperatures and the perishable nature of caramel apples. Please review the Petite Caramel Apple Ordering Deadlines & Information page for further information about shipping dates and timelines. We also produce a limited number of Daffy Apple Petite Caramel Apples in April each year, which is the perfect time to try a Petite Caramel Apple Sample Pack before ordering a larger quantity for a fall event!
Let’s say you need a fast, easy, and economical way to make 15 caramel apples for a birthday party or 500 caramel apples for the neighborhood block party. Daffy Farms has the perfect solution! Daffy Apple Caramel Apple Kits have been a top seller on our website since their introduction over a decade ago. They include everything but the apples – caramel, sticks, toppings, and instructions – and we’ll deliver them to your doorstep so you can dip and decorate Daffy Apple Caramel Apples at home!
Ribbon. The classic closure. It keeps a cellophane bag with a Petite Caramel Apple in it closed and adds a decorative touch. The problem, though, is that you have to buy a whole roll of the same color, that is, until now. Look what we found! It came from the scrapbooking section of a craft store and is called exactly what you would think it should be called: Ribbon Scrap Pack.
This package cost $3.99 and it contains 12 pieces of ribbon that are 1 yard each, which we found to be long enough to cut in half and tie 24 bags closed. So that comes out to around 17 cents per ribbon.
Here is what it looks like if you tie a single ribbon on each cellophane bag. We opted for no bow and cut even more length off of the ribbon, but we promise there was enough ribbon for a bow before we started getting crazy with the scissors!
And here is what it looks like if you double up the ribbons. If you tie two ribbons on each bag, the Ribbon Scrap Pack will only be enough for 12 apples, at around 34 cents each, but the mix of colors does look pretty neat!
OK, we know you’re on to us with the cupcake thing now. It’s true, though, many fantastic cupcake ideas can also be used for our Petite Caramel Apples! Today we introduce the cupcake box. This package contains 3 cupcake boxes for $2.99, or about a dollar a box.
These boxes take a little bit of modification, but they are the perfect size for Petite Caramel Apples. Though the window is suppose to be in the top, when used for a cupcake, we flipped the box over on its side and punched a hole in what is now the top to make room for a stick.
We then put a piece of parchment in the the new bottom of the box, to make our cupcake box food safe, and put a Petite Caramel Apple with Carnival Sprinkles inside. Since we’ve turned the box on it’s side, it isn’t quite as secure as usual, so it may not be a bad idea to stick it closed with a little piece of tape or a cute sticker or seal.