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Skullduggery Candy Covered Apples


These ghoulish apples will keep more than the doctor away! Scary countenance features licorice hair and spider icing decorations.
Makes: Each apple serves 1.
Skill Level: Somewhat Easy

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Step 1

Insert sticks into apples and chill. Melt candy in narrow container. Dip apple into melted candy and let excess drip off. Cut shoestring licorice for hair and attach to top of apple; let set on waxed paper. When set, tint melted candy black by mixing red and blue candy color. With melted black candy in cut disposable bag, pipe facial features; add hard candy eyes. Pipe candy web on stick and attach spider.

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White Candy Melts® Candy

red or yellow Delicious apples

green mini hard round candies

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Disposable Decorating Bags

wooden craft sticks

Waxed paper

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Skullduggery Candy Covered Apples is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Creepy fun to look at. Apple and white chocolate isn't a flavor combination I like very much, but it's a cool treat. Some dipping tips: 1-Dry off your apples a couple of times and make sure you don't have any water on them. Water will make the chocolate seize. 2-Add some vegetable shortening to the white chocolate and stir in until you get the consistency you want. Add a little at a time. If you add too much, put in some more chocolate wafers in to balance it out. 3-Make sure you have a deep enough bowl and enough candy melted to give one good dunk. That's the best way to get the smooth coating.
Date published: 2011-05-13
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