I did unwrap it but I was a good mommy and put it into the refrigerator to save for a family taste taste. It was rough, waiting.
Still, I thought the kids should get to see how pretty the Mrs. Prindable's Triple Chocolate Jumbo Caramel Apple was before their mother butchered it. Literally. Jasper had never seen such a thing so he was a bit skeptical. Apples are good by themselves. So is chocolate. Would it work together? He wasn't sure.
Roo, on the other hand, knew instinctively that this was gonna be the bomb. The chocolately-caramely-appley bomb. I suspect her grandma had slipped her some Mrs. Prindable's before. Grandma tends to be the authority on fancy food gifts. Anyway, she knew she would like it. She was surprised I didn't eat it all by myself. (She certainly would have…)
Aside from the fact that Mrs. Prindable's handmade gourmet apples taste like heaven on a purple-ribboned stick, they slice up beautifully. Even with me wielding the proverbial blue steel, the apple and caramel and chocolate all stayed intact and presentable. Which means anyone could do it, basically, and get oohs and ahhs from the hungry crowd. Even fancy schmancy types.
If, for some incomprehensible reason you are apple-phobic, Mrs. Prindable's also offers an array of handcrafted confections that don't involve fruit. There are pretzel rods dipped in Mrs. Prindable's glorious caramel and assorted toppings as well as more traditional gourmet caramels and nut clusters. The object of my
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Disclosure: Thanks to Mrs. Prindable's and Mom Impact, e received the Triple Chocolate Jumbo Caramel Apple Gift shown above to facilitate this review. If it wasn't totally delicious, however, we would have mentioned it. Do you think they'd send more if we said we hated them? Hmm… totally joking, FCC.