Recipe by Angelina
"This is a recipe for hot cinnamon candy covered apples. The candy is a hard candy and is rather simple to prepare. A candy thermometer is required."
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light corn syrup
red food coloring
made these candy apples and loved them. had just enough cinnamon taste. wasn't so hot that you could not enjoy. I used medium to small size apples had enough syrup to make extra.
I used the calculator to make this recipe for 12. I followed the directions given to the letter. I feel the directions are incomplete. Once I removed my mixture from heat I still had the consistency of water. It wouldn't stick to anything! So I waited for the mixture to cool some in hopes it would thicken; and nothing. I wish I could contact the person who posted this recipe since the spoon tasted good just could not get it to stick on my apples.
This was a wonderful recipe. I had no problems with it setting up. It is a candy so it does involve a lot of standing and stirring before the syrup is ready to use. I think I timed it at an hour which is accurate to what the recipe suggests. I think the reviewer below may not have cooked the candy long enough. I loved the taste. The extra we poured out on a cookie sheet and broke apart. Thank you for sharing!
Loved this recipe :-) the candy turned out great. I used the left over candy to make hard cinnamon candy. Thanks for sharing really enjoyed it
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Hot Cinnamon Candy Covered Apples
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 696
** Calories from Fat: 5
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