A blog about food, sweet and savory, as I am determined to try new recipes. Also, I am sure, I’ll tell a little about what my family is up to. And last but not least, what goes on in the making of our beautiful wedding cakes.
Chocolate covered apples are usually associated with the fair, fried foods and corn dogs. These are far from it. Dipped in decadent Belgian chocolate and then covered in colored non pareils. These were offered as a favor and placed on each guests plate for them to enjoy at a later time.
As my daughter and I were dipping the apples in chocolate we couldn't help but notice that they looked exactly like the old-fashioned fair tradition of bobbing for apples. Although we refrained from bobbing for the apples ourselves we had no choice but to document the moment.
After we dipped them we started to hand coat them in the teal and orange colored non pareils. we originally thought that we would just mix both colors on one apple and do that for all of them. When we started doing a few we thought that it might look nice if the apples had different patterns so we started doing half and half, stripes, and other designs.
The final product was wrapped in a cellophane bag and tied with teal and orange ribbon and a tag saying "Gayle & Scott 08.24.2013" These cute favors were later enjoyed by the guests of the wedding. And finally a congratulations is in order to Gayle and Scott.
Born and raised in Belgium, Marie-France started her business in the beautiful hills of Vermont with her husband and three children. She now lives in North Carolina and has started the Cuisine Lucette business back up. She strives to balance the activities of a busy family, the joys of creating elaborate wedding cakes for countless brides and grooms and the love of homegrown and homemade foods.