|The New Cook|
|by Donna Hay|
Whether you are a beginner, an occasional cook or an accomplished one, The New Cook will guide and inspire you to create great food without fuss.
1 - 10 of 107 for red hot candied apples
Spray a cookie ... Remove stems from apples. Insert a ... and crushed cinnamon red hots (if using). Add ... careful when handling hot sugar - it will burn!
Melt candy in 2 cups apple juice, stirring constantly until completely melted. Mix rest of juice with candy juice and pour into crockpot to keep ...
Place first 3 ... with butter. Place apples on dough; roll ... oven, add rest of syrup and bake 20 minutes longer. Serve with ice cream or whipped cream.
Slice each apple ... water, sugar and red hots. Stir until ... occasionally. If it goes dry add a little more water, cook until tender. Good served with pork chops.
Wash and dry apples; remove stems ... heat. Stir in red food coloring if ... cools too quickly while dipping the apples, it may be reheated over low heat.
Add a little ... melt together on medium heat. Stir until candy is dissolved. Add red coloring and apples. Cook until tender. Add more water, if needed.
Sift together flour, ... Core and peel apples and place on ... tablespoons of the hot liquid mixture and ... apple dumplings. Makes approximately 2 cups.
Wash orange well. ... in a large crock pot with the apple juice. Turn on high and let it sit until very hot, and candies have melted. Serve in small cups.
Core and peel apples leaving about a ... apples are tender, basting with syrup several times during cooking. Do not over-cook or apples will fall apart.
Pour water over ... stand while cooking apples. Coat apples ... medium heat, stirring occasionally. The apples become plump and pretty. Serve over ice cream.
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