A Bonfire Night Treat

Toffee apples are an autumn tradition popular in the UK and in North America. We generally indulge in these seasonal treats around Halloween and Guy Fawkes Night because these festivals fall in the apple harvest season.

Adored by children and adults, toffee apples are a much loved tradition and add that special touch to any bonfire festivity. Here are a few little twists on an original recipe.  

Georgie Wolsey

Georgina is a graduate from Trinity College Dublin. Having studied Hebrew, Biblical and Theological Studies, she then went on to complete a diploma in Lifestyle and Magazine Journalism. Her passions lie in food and lifestyle and in particular draws on inspiration from the Far East, America, Ireland and France; countries where Georgina has lived. Bad Billy’s is her new venture in the making, an online business specialising in bespoke events, culinary curiosities and DIY decorating and craft projects. Georgina is also a keen photographer, blogger and painter and can be found most days creating havoc in the kitchen, hosting crazy themed dinner parties or at Portobello Market selling her quirky festive wreaths and centrepieces.