What do you do with all the extra apples you have from when you went apple picking? One solution is to make caramel apples! For me, caramel apples are a quintessential Fall treat. It just so happened that I saw this recipe on the cover of Martha Stewart magazine that featured caramel apples. Unlike the Martha Stewart recipe, I didn’t have apple tree twigs but I thought using popsicle sticks made these caramel apples look whimsical. In addition to crushed cashews and sea salt, I used crushed pretzels as a topping. I loved these toppings because they made for salty and sweet apples. As a kid, I used to eat caramel apples without abandon. I went straight for the apple in one bite. Now as an adult, I cut it into neat slices. How do you eat your caramel apples?
Laura Chung is a New York based Energy Healer and Meditation Teacher. She has her Masters in Industrial and Organizational Psychology and spent most of her adult life in corporate America following a traditional life path. After achieving what most people would say a “successful” life, she did not feel any happier or fulfilled. On a quest to find her true purpose in life, she quit her job in 2017. She became nomadic and traveled the world; stopping by places like India to become a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher. She has worked with shamans, astrologers, energy healers, sages and eventually becoming a Reiki Master herself. Somewhere along this journey, she realized that the secret to life is within you. Everyone has the power to create the life of their dreams because we are all limitless beings. Laura’s purpose here on earth is to teach you how to co-create your DREAM LIFE with the Universal Laws and by guiding you through your awakening, healing, and transformation.