Candy apples, toffee and fudge


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These are the three things my grandmother used to make for us growing up, and hers always used to taste so much better than the store versions - especially the candy apples. Can anyone share with me the best way to go about making these delightful treats at home?
 
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Two ingredient fudge! So easy, you should definitely try it. It's just equal parts condensed milk and chocolate: Melt the chocolate in a microwave, and stir in the condensed milk until it is well combined. Pour into a container lined with greaseproof paper, and chill. THAT'S IT! :D

Seriously, it's probably my favourite kind of fudge. I hate the stuff that's a bit crystally, I prefer it really smooth and, well, fudgy!
 
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Candy apples, hmm, I think I remember something here. It was a long time ago when I had tasted an apple that was dipped in caramel. No, i think it was somehow cooked in that caramel although that is already transparent to me. It was a small apple that tasted so sweet outside but kind of bland inside. Is that it? When we were in Beijing last year, there was a street vendor selling candied strawberry on a stick. We sampled it and it tasted like that candied apple although this time it was candied strawberry.
 
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