For the candy apple, first, wash the apples and then drain them very thoroughly.
It is best to rub dry with a kitchen towel.
Then remove the casing of the apples and stick wooden skewers into the apples.
Now distribute the sugar on a large plate or baking sheet.
Next, put the sugar, water, vinegar, and food coloring in a thick-bottomed saucepan.
Bring everything to the boil over high heat while stirring constantly.
Let it boil briefly and then take it off the stove.
Then dip an apple upside down in the mixture and turn and turn until the apple is completely covered with the icing.
Then place the apple on the baking tray with the sugar and let it cool down. Do the same for all apples.
When the apples have cooled completely and the frosting is hard, serve immediately.
550 g sugar
600 ml of water
1 tsp food coloring (red)
1 teaspoon vinegar
The Candy Apple is not only particularly good for children, adults also love sweet treats.
Do not dip more than six apples in a row in the sugar mixture, as the mixture becomes doughy very quickly.
If you want several apples, it is better to prepare the mixture again.
As the apples are known from fairs, they can also be covered with a chocolate glaze.