Halloween II

(Collector's Edition) (1981) Jamie Lee Curtis

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(Two-Disc Special Edition) (2007) Malcolm McDowell

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History of Halloween

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Return to Halloweentown

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Halloween III

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how do i make caramel & candied apples?

i found a recipe that asks for corn syrup …what about melting caramels…and what kind of caramels? soft? hard? i want to make this treat for halloween and hopefully be good at it that i can make them every halloween. i could google a recipe but i want one that someone truly recommends. thanks!

8 Responses to how do i make caramel & candied apples?

  • rich2481 says:

    easier to go buy a bag of caramels, add couple Tablespoons of water, nuke it all ,blend it, throw apples in it,, sit them on waxed paper, let dry

  • basketball addict says:

    easy carmel apples!!! enjoy

    6 small apples
    1 package caramels (14 oz.)
    1/2 cup chopped nuts
    6 popsicle sticks


    1) Line a cookie sheet with waxed paper. Empty nuts onto the paper and divide into six equal heaps. Leave as much space as possible between each heap.

    2) Wash and dry the apples. Twist off the stems and push popsicle sticks half way onto the apples where the stems used to be.

    3) Melt the caramels in the microwave or a saucepan over low heat.

    4) Dip apples in the melted caramel to coat. Use a knife to help cover the whole apple. Place each apple, stick side up, onto a heap of nuts and roll over to cover.

    5) Refrigerate until the caramel is firm, about 1/2 hour.


  • therealsh97 says:
  • *UT Lover* says:


    6 caramels
    1 tsp. water
    1 apple

    Pare and cut apple into bite size pieces. In custard cup place unwrapped caramels and water. Cook on high 1 minute until can be stirred smooth. Stick toothpick in apple slice and dip in caramel sauce.


    2 c. sugar
    1 c. water
    1/4 tsp. cream of tartar
    Red food coloring
    Candy thermometer
    Skewers or popsicle sticks

    Mix all ingredients in saucepan. Put on high heat with candy thermometer positioned in center of fluid level. While it is boiling, wash and dry your apples and spear with the sticks. Boil mixture until reaches hard crack (300 degrees), then immediately add red food coloring and stir, then immediately dip the apples and set on a greased cookie sheet. Each batch candies approximately 1 dozen medium apples.

  • Meshugana123 says:

    There is a lot of kits on how to make them, and they come with the caramel and the sticks and everything, just not the apple.I’ve seen ones that work really well at cost plus, actually. I’ve also bought one at target, but we ate all the caramels so I didn’t get to make them.

  • Nykki says:

    4 medium apples, peeled, cored
    1 pkg. (4-serving size) JELL-O Brand Cherry Flavor Gelatin
    1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon
    1/2 cup POST GRAPE-NUTS Cereal

    PLACE apples in 8- or 9-inch microwaveable pie plate; sprinkle evenly with dry gelatin mix and cinnamon. Cover tightly with plastic wrap; turn back 1 corner to vent.
    MICROWAVE on HIGH 4 min. or until apples are tender.
    SPOON liquid from bottom of dish over apples. Sprinkle with cereal.

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  • blue_spaceship22 says:

    Caramel apples are easy to make, you warm up the caramel on the stove. then you stick the apple on a popcicle stck, dip it in the pot pull it out and stck it in the fridge

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