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Apple Dumplings

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Joined: 9/06/2011
Location: Central La.
Posts: 87
Posted: Nov/05/2011 12:16 PM PST

1 tsp. vanilla
2 tubes of crescent rolls (I used 1 1/2 for two people)
2 Granny Smith apples (or apples of your choice)
1 1/2 cups granulated sugar
12 oz of sprite (or mountain dew)
2 sticks of butter (I only used one)
Cinnamon to taste

1. Peel and slice your apples into wedges (I bought myself an apple slicer/corer…great little gadget for around $6.00 at Wal Mart – get yourself one!). Roll up an apple wedge in one of the crescent roll triangles

2. Place crescent wrapped apples in a sprayed casserole dish
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3. Melt butter, add sugar and vanilla and stir until “slushy” (that’s unmelted butter in the pan…not some wormy thing!)

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4. Pour butter mixture over tops of apples

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5. Pour the can of soda around the wedges and sprinkle cinnamon on top

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6. Bake at 350 degrees for 30-45 minutes until brown and crispy

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7. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream


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Joined: 5/07/2010
Location: Manistee,MI
Posts: 858
Posted: Nov/05/2011 12:46 PM PST

They look SCRUMPTOUS !! My mouth is watering....put the coffee on !
txrose blog photos
Joined: 3/04/2007
Location: Van, Tx
Posts: 2650
Posted: Nov/05/2011 8:59 PM PST

Good idea maybe I will use this when we get together at the holidays..of course I need to practice making them..
You say you use only one stick of butter wow could you imagine using two? it looks yummy I'll try it soon. Thanks for sharing.
birdlover46 blog photos
Joined: 5/07/2002
Location: Iowa, Zone 4
Posts: 2520
Posted: Nov/22/2011 5:34 PM PST

I can vouch for this recipe as I have used it....only difference is mine used 3/4 cup of orange juice in the pan with the melted butter and sugar. Did not have the Sprite.......also called for pecans over the apple dumplings. It is very easy and OH SO GOOD! Quick and tasting that's my kind of recipe!
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