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Thread: Easy Apple Dumplings

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    Easy Apple Dumplings

    These are so easy to make. Just perfect for a cold rainy day.

    2 large Granny Smith apples, peeled, cored and quartered (or 4 small halved)
    1 can of Crescent Rolls
    1/2 cup sugar
    cinnamon
    butter
    1 can Mountain Dew

    Wrap each apple piece in a crescent roll (try to get the dough to wrap the apple) and place in a casserole dish. Sprinkle with sugar and as much cinnamon as you like. Pour the Mountain Dew around the dumplings. Top each dumpling with a pat of butter. Bake at 350' for 35 min. or until golden brown.

    enjoy

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    sounds delicious and quick

    sassy granny

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    apple dumplings

    Quote Originally Posted by atomicblond View Post
    These are so easy to make. Just perfect for a cold rainy day.

    2 large Granny Smith apples, peeled, cored and quartered (or 4 small halved)
    1 can of Crescent Rolls
    1/2 cup sugar
    cinnamon
    butter
    1 can Mountain Dew

    Wrap each apple piece in a crescent roll (try to get the dough to wrap the apple) and place in a casserole dish. Sprinkle with sugar and as much cinnamon as you like. Pour the Mountain Dew around the dumplings. Top each dumpling with a pat of butter. Bake at 350' for 35 min. or until golden brown.

    enjoy
    These are so good...since I found the recipe a couple of months ago, I have made them many times and gotten rave reviews.
    You think that the recipe will not work after you dump in the soda, but it does.
    Easy and tasty

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    Wonder if you could use diet dew and splenda?

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    Mt. Dew? Seriously?

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    I know what you mean. I wasn't sure about the Mt. Dew either. But it was so crazy I had to try it. It turned out really good. I don't know about diet Mt. Dew and Splenda, but you could always try. I can't use Splenda--doesn't agree with my system.

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    OK so what does the Mt Dew do for the dumplings???

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    They sound great - easy to make and sure to taste good!

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    u can also use sprite or 7-up
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    Quote Originally Posted by thenonnielady View Post
    These are so good...since I found the recipe a couple of months ago, I have made them many times and gotten rave reviews.
    You think that the recipe will not work after you dump in the soda, but it does.
    Easy and tasty
    Question for those who have tried this: Do you wrap the 4 apple sections in one crescent roll (???) or, do you wrap each apple SECTION in a piece of crescent roll thereby cutting each crescent section to fit the individual apple sections (???) Really want to try these....they sound delish!

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    [I] intend to use Sweet and Low and diet soda--even the preferred butter for diabetics husband and neighbor, as I bet these changes will work!!!
    Doris in Denver

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    I use 1 1/2 cups of apple juice instead of Mountian Dew

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    These are delicious. And you wrap each apple slice in an individual Crescent roll (you have 8 apple pieces and 8 crescent rolls.)
    Heather

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    Sounds super tasty AND easy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonnie View Post
    Question for those who have tried this: Do you wrap the 4 apple sections in one crescent roll (???) or, do you wrap each apple SECTION in a piece of crescent roll thereby cutting each crescent section to fit the individual apple sections (???) Really want to try these....they sound delish!
    Wrap 1/4 in 1 crescent roll.

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    I will have to try that. That sounds good also.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tommieann58 View Post
    I use 1 1/2 cups of apple juice instead of Mountian Dew

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    Wrap each piece of apple in one crescent roll. Can use sprite or 7-up; something about the carbonation (sp) of the soft drinks and the sugar makes them delicious!

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