Cinnamon and Sugar Apples

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Introduction: Cinnamon and Sugar Apples

Cinnamon and Sugar apples are very easy to make and are a delicious treat for everyone.

Four ingredients are needed for this recipe:

-Apples
-Cinnamon
-White sugar
-Lemon juice

Step 1: Cut

Cut the apple into pieces that are about 1 inch thick. It will be a circle shape. Cut a hole out of the middle fo the apple with a knife or really small cookie cutter or thick straw of some sort. Put the apple pieces into a skewer lengthwise. Dip the apple into a saucer filled with lemon juice and coat both sides with lemon juice. 

Step 2: Coat

Put about 1/4 cup of sugar onto a plate( It depends on how many apple circles you're making). Add a bit of cinnamon and mix them together with a spoon until evenly mixed. Dip the apple slices into the sugar mix and coat both sides of the apple. You can use the spoon to help cover the apple with cinnamon sugar. Once all apple slices are coated, put on a plate and place in fridge until you want to eat them. I would suggest eating the apple slices after about 30 minutes in the fridge. Leaving the apple slices in the fridge for too long will result in some of the sugar falling off but not very much will come off though, so i recommend not leaving the apple slices in the fridge for more that a couple of days. Enjoy! And please comment, rate and vote!

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    5 Comments

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    The Sensei
    The Sensei

    10 years ago on Introduction

    very good and delicious idea and as an added thought i would recommend using a torch on it to caramelize the sugar, it would also help it from falling off the apples. =:^b

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    Samuraipanda
    Samuraipanda

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I'll be trying these out over my fire pit table this weekend. good idea.

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    jen7714
    jen7714

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Oooo. Sounds delicious. I will definitely try it during apple season!