Chocolate Apples Recipe 

Great for Halloween or bonfire night. Pink Lady® apples on sticks, drizzled prettily with white and dark chocolate – like toffee apples but easier.

<h1>Chocolate Apples Recipe </h1>
  • 20 mins to prepare

  • 2-4 mins to cook

  • Serves 6

Ingredients

  • 100g - Chocolate, finely chopped (use milk, plain or white - or a mixture)
  • 6 - Pink Lady® apples
  • 6 - Long lolly sticks (available at kitchen shops, online & some supermarkets)

Full preparation

  1. Add a few centimetres of water to a small saucepan and set on the hob over a medium heat and bring up to the boil.
  2. Put the chocolate in a small heatproof bowl, using separate bowls for different colours of chocolate – a sturdy Pyrex one is ideal. Once the water in the pan is boiling, set the bowl on top ensuring the base doesn't actually touch the water. Turn off the heat and allow the chocolate to melt gently, stirring as it does so. If the chocolate has been finely chopped this should only take a minute or so.
  3. Pierce the center of each apple, just next to the stalk, and insert a lolly stick in deep so that it feels firmly embedded. Line a baking sheet with a piece of grease-proof paper and spread the apples out on it.
  4. Use a teaspoon to drizzle thin trails of chocolate around each apple, using the lolly stick to twirl the apple to get an evening coating all over. Set back on the tray and repeat with the other apples. Set aside somewhere cool to set.
  5. Whilst melting dark and milk chocolate is pretty easy, and can be done in the microwave if you prefer, melting white chocolate is a little trickier. It is more prone to ‘seizing’, which is turning unpleasantly grainy and splitting slightly. By chopping the chocolate into small lumps it will melt much quicker and not need any direct heat source. This will minimize the risk of overheating. White chocolate is not easy to melt in a microwave as you have little control over the direction of the heat source.

How did you get on

Once you’ve finished cooking and you’re suitably proud of the results, why not post a pic to Instagram with the hash tag #pinklady1408? We’d love to see!

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