How to Make Poison Apples

How to Make Poison Apples

It”s so hard not to have an evil villains party without the most evil recipe of all: the poison apple. So I put a fun evil twist on this recipe that is inspired by Evie, the daughter of the Evil Queen from Snow White (dare we mention her name) from Disney”s new movie: Descendants.

How to Make Poison Apples

THE RECIPE

INGREDIENTS
  • 2 C. Granulated Sugar
  • ½ C. Light Corn Syrup
  • ¾ C. Water
  • ½ t. Gel Icing Color
  • 12 small Apples
  • Wooden skewers

INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Start by washing your apples, drying them, and removing the stems(twist until they snap off or use the tip of a paring knife to dig them out).
  2. Insert wooden skewers(knobby sticks are also fun!) into the center of each apple.
  3. Assemble ingredients. Make sure to have a small cup of water and a basting brush nearby. You’ll also want to have a sheet of parchment paper next to the stove to set your apples on after dipping.
  4. Add the sugar, water, and corn syrup to a medium saucepan.
  5. Add about ½ teaspoon of purple gel icing color to the pan and stir lightly.
  6. Fix a candy thermometer to the side of the pan and turn the heat on to medium-high. While the mixture heats up and begins boiling, continuously brush down the sides of pan with water using the basting brush to prevent sugar crystals from forming. Do not stir the syrup once it has started to boil!
  7. When the syrup reaches a temperature of 290 degrees F(143 C.), remove from the heat(remove the thermometer as well).
  8. Working quickly, tilt the pan to the side to concentrate the syrup and dip each apple into the mixture, turning to coat all sides.
  9. Hold the apple above the pan and let the excess syrup drip off for a few seconds.*Let the candy cool for 30 seconds and stir to break up the bubbles before dipping for a smoother finish.
  10. Hold the apple upside down for a few seconds before placing on the parchment paper to help prevent excessive pooling of the candy.
  11. Once the apples have hardened and cooled they are ready to eat!
  12. *These are best served and eaten on the day they are made. The longer they sit, the more moisture will build up in the apple and the candy will eventually start to dissolve.

Source: wannabite.com

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