Baked Candied Apples
April 8, 2008 4:27pm CST
I remember one of the best things that my grandmother used to make and it was baked candied apples. I don't remember how they were made and was hoping that someone here could help. I remember that she put the cinnamon imperials in them (or red hots) and she would have a glaze that was on them.
9 Apr 08
Hi carolscash. I think I know what you want. Hope I can help you. Here in my country we have the same we call this Apple of Love. You need to take off the stipe and seed, without break the apple. boiling (not much)the apples with cinnamon and sugar in the water and you can add a little bit of clove as well. Draw back the apples. To make a glaze :2 cups sugar;2cups water;1 tablespoon of vinegar; red culinary pigment. Let all boil untill the syrup is ready. Take each apple (spit a spit if you want)and cover the apple with the glaze, let it dry. Is done. I realy hope that this help you because is pleasant remember things of our infancy. cheers
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9 Apr 08
Here is a recipe I found on the net, I have not tried it, but I might after I loose the 30 pounds. lol http://knittingfreestyle.blogspot.com/2007/12/baked-candied-apples.html I miss my grandmother making these also. She was an AWESOME Cook!!
8 Apr 08
Cool!I 've never heard of that you can make homemade baked candied apples .Your grandma must be very good a t cooking!Sorry I couldn't help you with that.But those baked candied apples sound great,unfortunately I never had one .