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Should I serve it at my Halloween party?

I’m having a party and I just recently dreamt up a recipe for like a candy apple but different. Basically, the main difference is you dip the apple in melted gummy worms (or bears) and while its still hot and sticky sprinkle it with pop rocks and other candy like that. I just don’t know if anyone will like them.
The party-goers are mainly my younger siblings’ friends. ages: 5 to13

7 Responses to Should I serve it at my Halloween party?

  • #1 rockchick says:

    i say go for it

  • k says:

    mmmmm….i would. they taste better than the other stuff…

  • Julia P says:

    It sounds fun, but it depends on the crowd. If it’s picky then I would rather be safe than sorry.

  • curbyourenthusiasmfan88 says:

    Try them out and see if you like them and if you do then you could have them at the party. Good luck!

  • Rebecca F says:

    I would say to try them yourself first and if you think there good then go ahead. or invite a couple of close friends over to have them sample them and tell you what they think

  • curious says:

    I tried melting gummi worms or maybe it was fruit snack — something gummy at any rate — and when they hardened, they would have broken teeth. I’m gonna have to say skip it!

  • M H says:

    You could try it, but melting the gummy whatever will change it from being soft and chewy into a hard candy … cooking it more will move it into a different stage of hardness. If you want it to remain gummy, try looking for a gummy recipe which will probably just be sugar, corn syrup, color, and flavor. That way, you can keep your candied apple coating softer. About whether or not you should serve it … I think it sounds weird, but I know my kids would love it. Who knows, though, it might be a hit.

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