Blood Soaked Apples

 

Blood Soaked Apples
Serves 1
Bloody apples will look great on your table. You can use a sugar/corn syrup base or caramels. With the white chocolate coating, they will look really great!
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Prep Time
1 hr
Cook Time
25 min
Total Time
1 hr 25 min
Prep Time
1 hr
Cook Time
25 min
Total Time
1 hr 25 min
Ingredients
  1. Red Delicious Apples
  2. white chocolate melted in double boiler(chips or buttons)
  3. 1/4 cup light corn syrup
  4. enough water to just cover sugar in your pan
  5. 1/2 cup white sugar
  6. red food coloring 5-6 drops to make it really red. If you need more add it.
Instructions
  1. Melt White Chocolate using a double boiler. (Pour water into a saucepan. Place a heat safe bowl on top. The water should touch the bottom of the bowl without overflowing. Add white chocolate chips and stir until all is melted. (you can melt chips in microwave, but be sure to check every 15 seconds to make sure you're not over cooking the chocolate. Microwave until melted and feels smooth when mixing)
  2. Put skews through top of apples and dip them into the white chocolate. You might have to reheat the chocolate to keep it from getting hard. You want to keep it melty.
  3. Melt in the water sugar and corn syrup. Mix on low until sugar is dissolved, then turn heat to high. Use candy thermometer to measure when boiling sugar has reached 290 degrees.
  4. Immediately remove from stove and add food coloring. Stir until it cools a little. Once it starts to thicken, use a spatula to drip the melted sugar down the sides of the apples.
  5. Make certain to touch the sugar against apple, or it won't stick properly. start right above the white chocolate, then let it drip down. You basically want to spread the sugar across the top and above the white chocolate and let it drip down. If the sugar starts to harden, you can reheat it on the stove. Just place on temp low heat until it softens again. they will look great.
Notes
  1. An alternative is melt caramels and add red food coloring to the caramel. Use the same technique as you did for the sugar.
Adapted from From a few different recipes found online.
Adapted from From a few different recipes found online.
The Halloween Cookbook http://thehalloweencookbook.com/

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