Halloween Recipe: Candy Apple Faces Recipe

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When it comes to the fall season, apples are popping up everywhere. What's your favorite way to enjoy apples during fall? Do you love to sink your teeth into candy apples during the fall? For a different take on apples on a stick, try these candy apple faces! They're quick and easy to make. You can even let the kids help!

Candy Coated Apple Faces

How To Make Candy Apple Faces


  • 6 craft sticks
  • 6 medium apples
  • 1 tub of vanilla ready to spread frosting
  • Food coloring (colors of your choice)
  • Candies of your choice
  • Wax paper or freezer paper


1. Place some pieces of wax or freezer paper down so that you can put the coated apples on them. Poke a craft stick into each apple.


 2. Take off the lid and the foil from the can of frosting. Put the can in your microwave on high for about 30 to 45 seconds. You want it to be smooth and thinned down enough to stir easily. I poured the frosting into a couple of bowls to make it easier to use but also so I could create more than one color. Add in a few drops of food coloring and give the frosting a good stir until well blended.


3. Spoon frosting over the apple, holding it over a bowl to catch the drips. If it thickens up a bit while you're working, put the frosting back in the microwave for 10 seconds or so.


4. Put the coated apples onto the pieces of wax paper and start adding your candy to form faces.


 What's your favorite Halloween treat?

Cyn Gagen_CreativeCynchronicity Before becoming a full-time blogger, Cyn Gagen was a classroom teacher working with children from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 9. Although born in Ohio, she now shares her life with her daughter who is a music/English major in university (and headed towards teaching herself), a German Shepherd who thinks she’s a lap dog, and 2 crazy cats in London, Ontario, Canada. Cyn celebrates her love of finding creativity, joy, and fun in every day life on her blog Creative Cynchronicity through posts on crafting, cooking, parenting, family fun, home/DIY, product reviews, and more. She is the social media coordinator for Charity Wings, a non-profit organization that brings crafters together to raise money for worthy causes. You can also find Cyn on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and Pinterest.

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