The ingredients and instructions detailed will demonstrate how to make a martini glass out of a single apple and a cinnamon stick, as well as spiced/spiked apple cider.

If you do not want a martini glass, just omit the cinnamon stick and base part.

* I personally hate things that are sticky, so to my surprise, this project was not sticky. Hardened sugar does not stick.

Step 1: Ingredients/Supplies

6 red apples (red delicious)
1 Large Granny Smith Apple
5-6 Cinnamon Sticks
1 Teaspoon of Allspice
1 Teaspoon of Pumpkin Spice
1 Teaspoon of Cayenne Pepper
5 Cloves

A Pot
Wooden Spoon

Thanks tons for the apple idea! I live outside a nursing home, and I think this would be a huge hit with my friends at New Years and even Christmas or Thanksgiving! Would have to make it plain cider, but it will be a hit none-the-less! Thanks again! <br> <br>Mistie Ann
I love this, welldone
How much is 5 cloves. I only have ground cloves &amp; I couldn't find any at Wal-Mart.
i am going to make this for my pumpkin carving i always carve something other than pumpkins
It looks like something kids would absolutely adore on New Year's Eve - and the parents too especially if the kids get served the boozy version and clonk out early in the evening.&nbsp; Kidding!!!&nbsp; The cider looks delicious, and the apple goblet/martini glass is quite novel.<br /> <br /> What exactly is the sticky factor on this?&nbsp; I get all freaky-outtie when it comes to sticky stuff on my skin. <div id="refHTML">&nbsp;</div>
good question. Imagine a lollipop before it's licked... it's dry, so as long as no cider is spilled, nothing is sticky! That sounds really perverted... haha no hidden meaning here people. <br />
You're convincing me even further that kids would adore this...&nbsp; in a bathroom with shower caps on and away from linens and clothes and people.&nbsp; :-P<br /> <br /> And adults would like to just drink it.&nbsp; ;-)<br /> <br /> Instant party favorite for all ages! <div id="refHTML">&nbsp;</div>
so... Why aren't the children wearing clothes? O_o &nbsp; im confused&nbsp;
I adore the martini glass with the cinnamon stick stem. <br /> <br /> However I may simplify this considerably by just cutting a flat bottom for the apples and leaving the stems and feet off. I&nbsp;think it depends on how big/coordinated your crowd is and how good you are at gluing fruit and cinnamon sticks together with caramel.<br />
LOL - forgot one condition - or how drunk they all get :-D <br /> <br /> The more I&nbsp;think about it, the more convinced I am that it'd be a good idea to save the stem and foot for a very small and lightly drinking crowd!!<br />
Way Way Way cool!!!! I'm going to try it today!&nbsp; Thanks so much for sharing your idea!
nice! Be careful when you coat the apple, I&nbsp;burnt my thumb, haha... maybe you should wear gloves.<br />

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