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10 apples, small
8 oz. (225g) black treacle (molasses)
4 oz. (125g) butter
16oz. (450g) brown sugar
1 tbsp vinegar
Thoroughly wash the apples then dry with kitchen paper Insert a wooden
stick in each, downwards through the core, to act as handles.
Put the butter, treacle, sugar and vinegar in a pan, mix together and bring to the boil for about 20 minutes.
Quickly dip the apples in the hot mixture and then place on a rack to set.
Great for Halloween.