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I made these on Thursday because the grand-kids were gonna stop by to go "trick-or treating" with 'papa'. (I originally planned to make them last weekend, but the GK's were sick and didn't come over). The apples turned out quite nice (for my first time attempting them). I used granny smith apples, which was a nice tart balance to the sweet candy coating. I did not, however, use the cinnamon oil (I forgot about it, and I didn't have any). They were really yummy. I only made red (no black food coloring). I'm having problems posting pics on the recipes, but will try and get one added. Thank you for a festive keeper. (Made for PRMR)

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rosie316 November 01, 2013

I did this at a friend's house yesterday, and it was a sticky, fun mess! It's great to do with friends and family members and enjoy it afterwards. Plus, it tasted great! I love green apples, because they are naturally sweeter than other apples, and then they get sweetened even more by the mixture. Plus the contrast in colours is good too!

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Studentchef October 31, 2011
Red and Black Candy Apples