Perfect for Halloween, these teeth aren't just the right amount of weird they are also healthy! Make as close as possible to the time of your party to prevent browning of the apples.
So cute! I went to a cooking class that recommended dipping fruit in lemon/lime soda to keep it from turning brown. A good alternative to using lemon juice. Sugar free soda can be used for those watching sugar/weight. - 17 Oct 2012 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I had to try these today just for fun. I like that they are a healthy or more diabetic friendly Halloween treat. Those are rare to find! I only had the sliced almonds. They worked fine as long as I picked out the small and thicker ones. Very cute yet simple and easy idea! - 28 Oct 2011 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Excellent - Thanks for the creative recipe! This is going to be a classroom Halloween snack and can't use nuts. Instead I used a knife to cut individual slits on the top and bottom and used broken white corn chip pieces for the teeth. I did a trial run and used a dilution of red food coloring, water and lemon juice to make the "mouth" red before I stuck the "teeth" in so they would show up better. My son loved it, said it was creepy and thought it tasted great too. - 22 Oct 2013 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)