What you need:
Hard Candy that's red in color (I used Jolly Ranchers)
Plastic Vampire Teeth
Wooden Craft Sticks
Melt the chocolate in a double broiler over medium heat or in a metal bowl over boiling water. (You can also use Wilton candy melts, but I really hate those things since I can never get them to melt properly.)
Once chocolate is melted and smooth, remove from heat. Holding the apple by its stem, dip it into the chocolate, covering as much of the apple as you'd like. Place apple on wax paper and allow the chocolate to cool and set. Repeat with as many apples as you are using for your gathering.
Clip vampire teeth at the seams so there is 1/2 of the set per apple. Place teeth on top of apple, gently pressing down to secure in place.
After chocolate has hardened, place 4-5 hard candies in a microwave safe bowl. Heat on high for 30 seconds or until candy is completely melted and bubbling.
Using a spoon or medicine dropper, let the candy drip down the sharp point of each fang. *BE QUICK here as the candy returns back to its hardened state quite fast. That's why I suggest only melting 4 to 5 candies at a time.
Insert a craft stick through the top of the apple, tie on a ribbon, then they are ready to serve.
Are you hosting a Halloween party this year? What will be on your dessert table?