Friday, 28 October 2005

Toffee Apple recipe

This is for Debs:

6 Cox's apples

6 wooden sticks - We used chop sticks

225g/8 ozs Granulated Sugar

110ml/4 fluid ozs water

30g/1 oz butter

2 table spoons golden syrup


Push the wooden sticks halfway into the apples at the stalk end

Put sugar and water into a thick bottemed pan and dissolve the sugar over a gentle heat.

Add the butter and syrup and bring to the boil.  Boil without stirring until toffee reaches the soft crack stage (290 c) we dont have a sugar thermometer and it took about 20 to 25 mins. boiling.

Remove from heat and dip apples into the toffee 1 at a time - leave to harden on a baking tray lined with greaseproof paper...

Then eat and enjoy......Depending on how many you intend to make double or treble up ingredients....

 Please do try this recipe it is called the Impossible Pie

4 eggs

1/4 cup of margarine

1 cup white sugar

1/2 cup SR flour

1/4 teaspoon full salt

2 cups of milk

1 cup coconut

1 teaspoon full vanilla

Place all ingredients in blender at one time and blend until mixed together.

Pour into a buttered 10 inch pie dish.

Bake in 350 degree oven for 1 hour.

when done, crust will be on the bottom, custard in the middle,and coconut on the top - right where they belong !...... 





jeanno43 said...

Very nice,  you make me wish I could eat them.

jeadie05 said...

I shall certainly try this one yumeee............Jan xx

lsfp1960 said...

Yum !! Sounds delightful...maybe I'll try this recipe.  I bet it makes the house smell good, too.

onemoretina said...

I am definitely gonna try these !! Tina

kokoapuffy1 said...

Thanks for the toffee apple recipe, Ally. Can't wait to try these. The impossible pie sounds rrrreally good, may even make that sometime. All this talk about food is making me hungry. lol.  Thanks for sharing your recipes.  ~Deborah

lifeseensideways said...

I was looking for a new pudding receipe on the net, couldn't get inspired and then read your blog! Thanks, how very timely ... that will be following our roast dinner tomorrow.


thelovetrain said...

One toffee apple to go, please? [:)]

Good to see you again, Ally...

~Hugs, Brian @---->---

dcmeyer420 said...

I'm copying this though it says for Debs. Hope you and Deb do not mind. Happy Halloween, Ally!

grahamfarmga said...

Boy you made alot of apples!
The pie sounded good till you added the coconut. I never liked coconut. I use to till people that I was allergic to it so they wouldnt make me eat it. LOL

jurydolphin said...

in need of help tryed the toffee apple recipe everything was ok
exept the foffee did not harden it stayed soft and sticky can anyone help