I’ve copied the recipe below but here’s a link to the original:
“SQUIRMY, WORMY APPLE SNACK
Use up that bounty of autumn apples with this easy, kid-friendly snack. Parents will have to do the most of the cutting, but kids will enjoy helping fill the apple with peanut butter, and placing their gummy worms in just-the-right spot.
1 gummy worm
1 tablespoon peanut butter
1 large straw (I used a thick, Boba tea straw and a Slurpee straw and both worked perfectly)
Press the straw into the apple, ensuring that it goes all the way to the center core of the apple. Remove the straw and discard. Use a sharp knife to cut the top 1/3 off of the apple.
Scrape the core out of the bottom part of the apple with a grapefruit spoon.
Gently place your gummy worm into the center of your apple, and through the hole you’ve created with your straw.
Spoon a dollop of peanut butter on top of the gummy worm, into the hollowed-out center of the apple.
Replace the top of the apple. Serve immediately & enjoy!”