Okay, so we're not really bobbing for them because that would be sticky andmessy.
2 Cup granulated sugar
2 Cup corn syrup
1/3 Cup cinnamon candy
1 Cup water
3/4 Tsp. cinnamon
1/2 Tsp. vanilla
1/4 Tsp. cloves
3/4 Tsp. red food coloring
of your favorite type of apple, roughly medium in size
wooden skewers, these are often found in the produce dept this time ofyear for this reason
cookie sheet sprayed with no stick cooking spray or a long sheet of waxedpaperFirst thing you want to do is as you usually would remove the apple stems andwash them up. Grab a skewer and stab it right into the middle of the apple, andrepeat for each apple. Be careful not to poke out the other side of the applethough.In a small or medium sized saucepan combine sugar, corn syrup, cinnamoncandies, and water. Stir, stir, and keep stirring until everything is dissolved.Then stir some more to make sure it's all dissolved. Medium heat here, you don'twant it to boil at this point because that will just make a mess.Once you've got it all dissolved add cinnamon, vanilla, cloves, and food coloringto the mix. Now we want that boil, and a 300 degree temperature on the candythermometer.Dip your apples into your candy coating and be sure to coat them well. Placethem skewer pointing up on the waxed paper or cookie sheet and allow them toharden. Make sure you let them cool completely to room temperature beforeeating! They will be hot for sometime and no one wants a burnt mouth onHalloween.
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