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Thread: ♥ Country Apple Dumplings Recipe

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    ♥ Country Apple Dumplings Recipe

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    Thanks. My son loves apple dumplings. Always looking for an easy way to make them.

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    Have made this numerous times. It is the best!
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    This has been a 'go to' recipe for a long time for me. It's easy to cut in half, using just the one can of crescent rolls and an 8x8 or 9x9 pan. But I still use the two apples, the are larger pieces, of course. Also, I've used Siera Mist, 7up and Fresca, even the peach and blackberry. Doesn't matter if it's diet or regular sodas either as it's just always spectacular.

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    thanks for letting us know

    Quote Originally Posted by Needles View Post
    This has been a 'go to' recipe for a long time for me. It's easy to cut in half, using just the one can of crescent rolls and an 8x8 or 9x9 pan. But I still use the two apples, the are larger pieces, of course. Also, I've used Siera Mist, 7up and Fresca, even the peach and blackberry. Doesn't matter if it's diet or regular sodas either as it's just always spectacular.
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    This recipe looks simple and yummy and so many positive reviews - must try it.
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    these are wonderful

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    another one to try! thanks craftybear!
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    OMG, I can't make this anymore until I loose all the weight. Awesome desert.
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    These are FABULOUS!!! Made them last night and BOTH of my twin granddaughters LOVED them. That never happens!

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