Have you ever been somewhere and suddenly get overwhelmed with hunger? Happens to me alll the time. Just ask anyone who knows me – I have the appetite of a truck driver. And yes, I work out specifically for dessert.
Well anyways, as I’m sitting in the waiting area while getting my oil changed, after I’ve read every gossip-filled magazine imaginable, my stomach begins embarrassedly talking to me. Then someone has the nerve to walk in with…
McDonald’s french fries.
Don’t judge me. Those fries are still soo good. I say still because…
Anyone remember FRY SAUCE?
Or are you like most of my (weird) friends in Minnesota who just look at me, heads cocked, and say, “Fry sauce, what the heck is fry sauce?”?
Well fry sauce my friends, fry sauce is a delicious concoction of ketchup, mayo, and whatever else (I’m thinking it was some addicting substance that I shall not mention on here) McDonald’s decided to throw together. And then they DISCONTINUED it. It vanished from the Earth approximately 10+ years ago. So now I just mix ketchup and mayo and go on my merry ways. Thanks a lot, McDonald’s.
Well I won’t do that to you…I won’t ever take this delicious treat away from you. That’s just wrong. So here are the instructions…save them in a very safe place such as Pinterest, your email, recipe book, Facebook, or on a super reliable computer.
And if you never had the pleasure of trying fry sauce…well never mind then. Just let me Google “Mcdonald’s Fry Sauce” for you. You’ll see it really, truly existed.
p.s. click on that link above, it certainly entertains me and can come in great use.
I can feel my mouth salivating as I add these photos…
Make these. They will not disappoint.
Idea adapted from The Girl Who Ate Everything
- Lollipop sticks (or popsicle sticks)
- 4-5 green apples (ex: Granny Smith – I used 4 medium sized apples)
- 1 (11 oz.) bag Kraft Caramel Bits (or caramels)
- 8 oz. Vanilla Candiquik coating
- Cinnamon-sugar, for sprinkling
- Line a baking sheet with wax paper and spray with nonstick cooking spray.
- Spear each apple with a lollipop stick.
- Melt caramel bits in a saucepan over low heat as directed on package.
- Dip each apple in melted caramel and place on prepared wax paper.
- Place apples in the fridge for 30 minutes.
- Melt Vanilla Candiquik in tray according to package directions.
- Dip each caramel apple in melted coating and return to wax paper.
- Sprinkle with cinnamon-sugar.
- *Keep refrigerated for up to 5 days. Cut into slices for easy serving!