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Bonnie Bartlett Added: Wednesday, February 4, 2009
3-4 Granny Smith Apples Red Hot Candies 1 C sugar Butter
Peel & quarter apples. Melt red hot candies in 1 1/2-2 cups water on the stove -as they get hotter as they melt. Add sugar and a small chunk of butter. Drop your apples in and cook slowly on top of the stove, the syrup will thicken. Sometimes there will be syrup left and you can fix a few apples more. If you had the oven on, these will bake well to. Usually Bonnie you may only need 1/2 pkg of your red hots depends on how many apples you use. Also just to make them red and pretty I use a drop or so of red coloring.
Transcribed from recipe card Granny gave me. This is a Granny Grace CLASSIC recipe and one of her favorites!
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