1 Amy’s is located in the heart of downtown Cedarburg, a small historic town in southeastern Wisconsin.
2 There is an assortment of chocolates for sale, including truffles, almond bark, and toffee.
3 Belgian Chocolate Almond Clusters
4 Amy's Handmade Truffles
5 A variety of caramel apples are drying in the kitchen.
6 All of Amy’s caramel apples are made in an open kitchen, which allows customers to see the chocolatiers hard at work.
7 A box of jumbo granny smith apples is ready for dunking!
8 There is beautiful decor in the store.
9 The caramel is cooked slowly in large copper kettles.
10 Every batch of caramel takes approximately one hour to cook before it is the right consistency for dipping.
11 Chocolatier Amanda Greenwood dips an apple.
12 The bottom of the kettle - Each batch of caramel can cover approximately 96 apples.
13 Immediately after the apple has been dunked, chocolatier Brittany Delcid covers it in nuts while it is still tacky. Amy’s roasts all of the nuts that are used as toppings.
14 Peanut Butter Chip Caramel Apple
15 Amy’s Candy Kitchen makes over 70 different kinds of caramel apples throughout the year. My favorite is M&M!
16 Red candy apples
17 Plain caramel apples
18 During the holiday season in December, Amy’s can make up to 1,200 caramel apples in one day.
19 Red candy apples
20 The next step is to dip the apples in Belgian Chocolate. Amy’s uses dark chocolate, milk chocolate, and white chocolate.
21 A tempered melter full of milk chocolate
22 This apple gets a coating of dark chocolate.
23 More toppings are added.
24 The finished product! Red Sprinkle, Oreo with Milk Chocolate, Butterfinger with Milk Chocolate, White Chocolate Dunked Apple, Groom Apple
25 A variety including Classic Peanut, Snickers with Milk Chocolate, Cha Cha Chipotle
26 This is an Almond Turtle with Dark Belgian Chocolate Caramel Apple.
27 A Pecan Turtle with Belgian Milk Chocolate Caramel Apple
28 A Dunked Belgian White Chocolate Caramel Apple
29 A Dark Belgian Chocolate with Sea Salt Caramel Apple