Mini Candied Apples




I found this on the discount cart at Ralph's (Kroger's to some of you)
I decided to make mini candied apples. Though not exactly a health recipe, let's pretend we're making them to add fruit to our diets. Yeah that's it. And anti-oxidants from the chocolate chips, yeah that's it, I feel better now. Calm.



First, locate the ugliest, most embarrassing looking pair of scissors you can find. I mean really, couldn't I have found a better looking pair? This is going on my blog for Pete's sake! But, I digress, cut some small wooden coffee stirs in half or use lolly pop sticks or whatever you have hangin' around.





No, I am not exactly the queen of using a melon baller. But all of the goodies I'm gonna dip them in will hide that fact nicely, heehee.




Follow directions for whatever you choose to cover the apple, chocolate, caramel, etc. Then get to dippen'! I used mini chocolate chips and colored sugar. I set them on wax paper to harden. That's all, sooo easy! :O)








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Tuesday, October 13

Mini Candied Apples




I found this on the discount cart at Ralph's (Kroger's to some of you)
I decided to make mini candied apples. Though not exactly a health recipe, let's pretend we're making them to add fruit to our diets. Yeah that's it. And anti-oxidants from the chocolate chips, yeah that's it, I feel better now. Calm.



First, locate the ugliest, most embarrassing looking pair of scissors you can find. I mean really, couldn't I have found a better looking pair? This is going on my blog for Pete's sake! But, I digress, cut some small wooden coffee stirs in half or use lolly pop sticks or whatever you have hangin' around.





No, I am not exactly the queen of using a melon baller. But all of the goodies I'm gonna dip them in will hide that fact nicely, heehee.




Follow directions for whatever you choose to cover the apple, chocolate, caramel, etc. Then get to dippen'! I used mini chocolate chips and colored sugar. I set them on wax paper to harden. That's all, sooo easy! :O)








Please visit Designs By Gollum for more Foodie Friday posts! :O)

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5 Comments:

At October 16, 2009 at 1:20 AM , Blogger Really Rainey said...

What a great idea! And a fun project for the grandkids too! And much easier to eat! Thanks!
Have a wonderful week end!
~Really Rainey~

 
At October 16, 2009 at 2:50 AM , Blogger Allison Shops said...

Looks like a fun project for children. Get them started early learning to cook. Thanks for sharing.

 
At October 16, 2009 at 9:21 AM , Blogger Mary said...

What a wonderful idea for children. I'll bet they'd have a great time. I hope you are having a wonderful day.

 
At October 16, 2009 at 9:30 AM , Blogger ButterYum said...

How cute!

:)
ButterYum

 
At October 16, 2009 at 10:46 AM , Blogger heartnsoulcooking said...

What a cute idea for the kids. I think my grand-daughters will have a GREAT!!! time making these. Geri

 

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