How to Make Bleeding Halloween Candy Apples πŸ‘»

I absolutely love Halloween and I love candy apples, which inspired me to make these! They are a spinoff of my Perfect Candy Apples Recipe. Make both colors and give away as Halloween Treats!

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How to Make Bleeding Halloween Candy Apples πŸ‘» Recipe
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Check out my guide, How to make Perfect Candy Apples. We are making the apples the exact same way except we are using BLACK GEL PASTE in place of red food coloring. This guide is more about the black.

Check out my guide, How to make Perfect Candy Apples. We are making the apples the exact same way except we are using BLACK GEL PASTE in place of red food coloring. This guide is more about the black.

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To get the apples with black and red. You will have to make the mixture twice-one red, one black. If you don't want the "bleeding" apples you can just do black or red.

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Prepare parchment paper with vegetable oil or silpat/baking mat.

Prepare parchment paper with vegetable oil or silpat/baking mat.

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Wash apples and pat dry. Stick skewers or Popsicle sticks in the top of apple.

Wash apples and pat dry. Stick skewers or Popsicle sticks in the top of apple.

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After mixing all ingredients. Mixture should be dark and opaque. Make sure to mix well. Place saucepan over medium heat. Make sure candy thermometer is attached or sits up in pan.

After mixing all ingredients. Mixture should be dark and opaque. Make sure to mix well. Place saucepan over medium heat. Make sure candy thermometer is attached or sits up in pan.

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Cook mixture to hard crack stage, 310 degrees Fahrenheit.

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This is at 230 degrees..almost time for dipping 🍏

This is at 230 degrees..almost time for dipping 🍏

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Ready to dip.!

Ready to dip.!

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If you are pouring red candy on top, don't dip apples all the way. Leave a small space at the top for the red candy.

If you are pouring red candy on top, don't dip apples all the way. Leave a small space at the top for the red candy.

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These are my "bleeding" apples. I didn't go all the way to the top because I want people to see its red at the top. But if you don't want the red, then serve just like this!

These are my "bleeding" apples. I didn't go all the way to the top because I want people to see its red at the top. But if you don't want the red, then serve just like this!

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You're going to cook the red mixture the exact way we cooked the black mixture, when it's time to dip, take a spoon and "spill some of the candy" on top of the apples.

You're going to cook the red mixture the exact way we cooked the black mixture, when it's time to dip, take a spoon and "spill some of the candy" on top of the apples.

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It doesn't take much. So if you make Bleeding Apples you will have enough to dip all red apples too!

It doesn't take much. So if you make Bleeding Apples you will have enough to dip all red apples too!

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Then you end up with these festive treats...πŸπŸ‘»

Then you end up with these festive treats...πŸπŸ‘»

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Closer look πŸ‘»....Enjoy! Follow me for more great recipes and visit my blog, www.elizasweetz.com
HAPPY HALLOWEENπŸŽƒ

Closer look πŸ‘»....Enjoy! Follow me for more great recipes and visit my blog, www.elizasweetz.com HAPPY HALLOWEENπŸŽƒ

Ingredients

2 Cups granulated sugar 
ΒΎ Cups Water 
Β½ Cups Light Corn Syrup 
1 Teaspoon Black gel food coloring 
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