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Lineage: Creme Brulee x Sour Apple IBL
Dried Apples
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Alien Genetics – Apple Toffee

10 Regular Seeds Per Pack

Lineage: Creme Brulee x Sour Apple IBL
Dried Apples
Butter Toffee
Pinot Noir
Indoor 60-66/Outdoor Early October

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Apple toffee seeds
3 Take the pan off the heat and mix in the nuts before dipping each apple into the toffee. Let the excess toffee drip back into the pan and then sprinkle the muesli on top. Place toffee apples upright (in a pumpkin with holes drilled in is a good idea). Leave them to cool and set completely before enjoying.

Toffee Apples with nuts and seeds

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Ingredients

  • 8 apples
  • 400g muscovado sugar
  • 150ml apple juice
  • 1 tsp cider vinegar
  • 1 tsp cider vinegar
  • 1 tbsp muesli
  • Strong twigs

With Halloween and bonfire night on the horizon, some sweet treats are on the agenda. So grab a blanket, wrap up warm, and head outdoors with a box full of edible goodies for a day of family fun. These sticky, nutty, toffee apples are the perfect way to get in the spirit of Autumn.

Method

1. Wash the apples, dry well and remove the stalks. Wrap a small square of baking parchment around one end of each twig and insert halfway into each apple. Place on a parchment-lined baking tray.

2. Place the sugar and a little apple juice in a large pan and heat gently until the sugar has dissolved, then add the rest of the apple juice, honey and vinegar and bring the mixture up to the boil for around 7-8 minutes. To check it’s ready, drop some of the toffee into a bowl of water. If it sets immediately, it’s ready.

3 Take the pan off the heat and mix in the nuts before dipping each apple into the toffee. Let the excess toffee drip back into the pan and then sprinkle the muesli on top. Place toffee apples upright (in a pumpkin with holes drilled in is a good idea). Leave them to cool and set completely before enjoying.

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