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27 Apr 2016 19:30 #99

The ultimate in traditional Halloween celebrations, the toffee apple can now have the most authentic creepy twist. The standard toffee apple only covered in real creepy worms and bugs adding extra crunch and protein.
Ingredients:
Any selection of eating apples
Caramel
A mixture of mealworms and crickets
Prepare grease-proof paper on a plate, a greased baking tray and have some skewers to hand. Then pre-heat the oven to 190C. Bake the bugs on the lightly oiled baking trays or grease-proof paper, for about 15 minutes (or until they look golden and crunchy and smell like roasted nuts). Turn them halfway through to prevent burning and uneven cooking. Slowly melt the caramel in the microwave on a low heat, or gently above a simmering saucepan of water. Skewer the apples and cover in the caramel. Then roll the sticky apples in the roasted bugs. Place the wormy caramel apples in the fridge to cool and harden. They are now ready to scare off any trick-or-treaters that think your house is safe.

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