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Homemade toffee apples

Candy apples (malus domestica). Twist the stalks off of 8 dry, unwaxed apples (or cover with boiling water to remove wax) and push a wooden skewer into each. Set 400g golden caster sugar and 100ml water over a med heat for 5 mins until dissolved, then stir in 1 tsp vinegar and 4 tbsp golden syrup. Set a sugar thermometer in the pan and boil to 140°C or 'hard crack' stage. Add red dye if desired. Quickly and carefully dip each apple in the hot toffee and place on baking paper to harden. Zone…


Good Question: Miniature Candied Apples and Sugar Syrup


Mini caramel apples - use a melon baller to make them small. Haven't tried it, but love the idea. Seems like the apple would be too firm?


Caramel Apple Pops

These Caramel Apple Pops are a fun alternative to Cake Pops and the kids will love them! They're perfect for a party. Check out the Apple Ice Cream Bowls too.