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It”s so hard not to have an evil villains party withoút the most evil recipe of all: the poison apple. So I pút a fún evil twist on this recipe that is inspired by Evie, the daúghter of the Evil Qúeen from Snow White (dare we mention her name) from Disney”s new movie: Descendants. Evie is excited to get off the exiled island and go to the new high school. She qúickly realizes that she is also more than júst a face, searching for her prince charming.

Recipe adapted from here
  • 2 C. Granúlated Súgar
  • ½ C. Light Corn Syrúp
  • ¾ C. Water
  • ½ t. Gel Icing Color
  • 12 small Apples
  1. Start by washing your apples, drying themand removing the stalks (twist until they snap off or use the tip of a paring knife to dig them out).
  2. Insert wooden skewers(knobby sticks can also be fun!) Into the middle of each apple.
  3. Assemble ingredients. Be certain that you have a cup of a brush and water nearby. You want a sheet of paper beside the stove to place your apples .
  4. Add the sugar, water, and corn syrup into a medium saucepan.
  5. Add about 1/2 teaspoon of purple gel icing color to the pan and stir lightly.
  6. Repair a candy thermometer to the side of the pan and turn the heat on to medium-high. While the mixture starts massaging and heats up brush down the sides of pan with water using the brush to prevent sugar crystals from forming. Don't stir once it's begun to boil!
  7. Once the syrup reaches a temperature of 290 degrees F(143 C.), remove from the heat(remove the thermometer too ).
  8. Working fast, tilt the pan to the side to focus the syrup and dip each apple to the mix, turning to coat all sides.
  9. Hold the apple over the pan and allow the excess syrup drip off for a couple of seconds. *Let the candy cool for 30 minutes and then stir to break up the bubbles.
  10. Hold the apple upside down for a few minutes prior to putting on the parchment paper to help avoid excessive pooling of the candy.
  11. When the apples have chilled and hardened they are ready to eat!
  12. *These are best served and consumed on the day they are created. The longer they sit, the more moisture will build up from the apple and the candy will begin to dissolve.


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