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1 c Corn Syrup
1 c Sugar
10 Wood Lollypop Sticks
Remove stems and replace with stick stuck halfway into the apple. Put
sugar and syrup in deep pan and stir slowly over slow fire until
Let boil until a small quantity when tested in water becomes brittle. Remove pan from fire and place over boiling water. Then dip apples and wind in circular motion until thoroughly covered with syrup.
Place on buttered pan with sticks upright and permit to cool.
Source: Pennsylvania Dutch Cook Book - Fine Old Recipes, Culinary Arts Press, 1936.