toffee apple

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toffee apple

candy apple
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Noun1.toffee apple - an apple that is covered with a candy-like substance (usually caramelized sugar)toffee apple - an apple that is covered with a candy-like substance (usually caramelized sugar)
confection, sweet - a food rich in sugar
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toffee apple

n (Brit) → mela caramellata
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We will be bobbing for apples and eating homemade toffee apples, as it wouldn[yen]AaAaAeAct be Halloween without toffee apples.
Pack some toffee apples too and your picnic is sure to go off with a bang.
Greggs toffee apple ring doughnut, from 75p Even though associated with Bonfire Night, toffee apples should be eaten all year round we reckon, especially when they're in soft, gooey doughnut form.
10th November 1994 | Deeside Leisure Centre workers June Platt and Susan Bunsall and a Guy Fawkes visited Queensferry firefighters to collect money for a communal bonfire on November 4 1974 | Bodelwyddan bonfire night celebrations - Gareth Townsend from Prestatyn and Elissa Manifold from Dyserth eating toffee apples.
WHEN I was growing up, Halloween was one of the highlights of the year, with toffee apples, monkey nuts, penny chews and maybe even some tablet if you were lucky.
Greggs toffee apple ring doughnut, from 75p OK, it's Halloween, not Bonfire Night, but toffee apples should be eaten all year round we reckon, especially when they're in soft, gooey doughnut form.
Toffee apples can be made a couple of days in advance, covered and stored in a cool, dry place.
There's nothing quite as nostalgic as homemade toffee apples.
The factory in Hampton-in-Arden is said to produce 25 per cent of the country's toffee apples.
The Girl from Mars CHIPPY chips and Liver Birds The waves so grey and rough The seagulls squawk like babies The ferries do their stuff The air is very salty The rain is hard and cold It's a bleak outlook, I'm a weary man My brain is just so old And then a cloud turns purple My day is not so dull It has to be an alien craft My senses are so full I'm on a rough red planet With Martians all around A pretty girl approaches She really does astound She's bright and green and perfect With really lovely hips She smells of toffee apples As she kisses me on the lips I want to stay forever In this red far off land With my true love the Martian And her good merry band.
They may be safer but I have fond memories of when neighbours joined in to provide parkin, toffee apples, pie and peas and potatoes baked in the embers of the fire that were invariably eaten half raw.
While my friends usually sought the thrills of the furious waltzer, I stuffed my face with candy floss and toffee apples.