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Thread: Grammy's Roly Poly! " blueberry"

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    My Grammy used to make Roly Poly.. if i am even spelling it right... it is a dough you roll out like a big pie, sprinkle lots of sugar on it and spread blueberries on it, roll it up like a log, pinch it all closed, put it in a cheese cloth bag and tie it off and put in in boiling water and cook til it is done.. then let it set just a tad bit slice it like 1 1/2" to 2 inches think in a large soup bowl and pour milk or cream over it and more sugar if u like... that was our dinner! Oh man, I have to make it now!!! maybe next week.....

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    Sounds yummy! Could you bake it?

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    What is the dough like?

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    don't think so, we never did... maybe you could try...
    Quote Originally Posted by eastermarie
    Sounds yummy! Could you bake it?

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    Sounds delightful! Some of the old "make do's" were so delicious. Grandmother used to take her left over pie dough and pat it out on a greased cookie sheet. Crimp an edge around on it, pour canned cream on it, sprinkle sugar, cinnamon,and dot it with butter. Baked until browned lightly. Take it out and let it sit for 5 or so min. It was flaky on the bottom and chewy on top. Yum! Mine is never quite as good but them I don't use leftover pastry,I make a whole batch just for this purpose. LOL

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    that is it!!!!!!!!!!!! that's the poormans pie Grammy used to make!! oh my!! was she a german lady?
    Quote Originally Posted by hobo2000
    Sounds delightful! Some of the old "make do's" were so delicious. Grandmother used to take her left over pie dough and pat it out on a greased cookie sheet. Crimp an edge around on it, pour canned cream on it, sprinkle sugar, cinnamon,and dot it with butter. Baked until browned lightly. Take it out and let it sit for 5 or so min. It was flaky on the bottom and chewy on top. Yum! Mine is never quite as good but them I don't use leftover pastry,I make a whole batch just for this purpose. LOL

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    Sounds delicious!

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    trying to find my recipe for the dough right now. it is like a between a potpie dough you boil and a pie crust.... oh my and it is sooooooo good, the milk turns purple and man all my friends were like what is that? until they tried it then they all came over when Gram came to visit!
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    What is the dough like?

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    Sounds good. Love blueberries

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    I sure would like the recipe (dough espcially) as my fraternal grandma used to make this, only she usede cherries. Not sure if they were fresh or the canned pie filling - too long ago to remember. She really didn't cook much that I remember but Cherry Roly Poly was something I do. Probably shouldn't have it at all with this darn diabetic thing but wouldn't mind trying maybe even a small one. Hope you (or someone) can come up with the dough recipe.

    Thanks so much for that great rememberance!
    Sandy in Mooresville, NC

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