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Thread: Montain Dew Dumplings

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    2 cans crescent rolls
    2-3 firm apples, peeled, cored and cut into 6-8 slices
    1-1/2 cup sugar
    1 tsp. cinnamon
    2 sticks oleo/butter
    1 (12oz.) Mountain dew soda

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place one apple slice in each triangle of dough. Roll up large end to small end. Place all rolled apple slices in 9x13 pan. Melt butter/oleo in small pan, add cinnamon and sugar. Pour mixture over dumplings and pour Mountain Dew around dumplings. Bake 45 min. Make approx 18 dumplings, but only serves about 5 or 6 people, because everyone wants more than one.
    I have made these with several different kinds of apples and have used Sprite and/or Mountain Dew

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    Yummy. Those sound so good.

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    Thank you! I will be trying this one :D:D:D

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    I love these treats. I had forgotten them but my family always loved them. Thanks for the reminder.

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    sounds interesting. Might ave to try this one.

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    ooooohhh ok recipe was in two sections!

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    I have made this several times and they are delicious especially with a scoop of ice cream!!!

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    YUM!

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    Thanks for sharing, I had this recipe and somehow lost or misplaced it, couldn't remember just how to make them. They ARE delicious.

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    Well now there's an idea! Sounds like a good recipe to make. Thanks

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    This sounds yummy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olivia's Granma
    I have made this several times and they are delicious especially with a scoop of ice cream!!!
    I second this!!!

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    I've used both Sierra Mist and Seven Up also, as the sodas.
    Both are great tasting. The dessert is spectacular, hot, cold, with or without ice cream. And since there are only two of us, I usually cut the recipe in half. No waste to the half can of soda, I just drink it. I also have used diet drink, no difference in the taste.

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    The title is enough to make me look! I love diet dew. Love to have a refill to get me thru a long day! Now, I get it in my desserts!!!

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    I have this recipe but it uses water instead of soda. I can't wait to try it with the Mountain Dew. It's my Daughters favorite soda.

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    Oh, you were so cruel oh oh I meant to say COOL to send this recipe. Bought original rolls at noon , cooked it and almost all gone. It was my afternoon tea snack and my dinner too. --also halfed it for 2 of us.
    Haven.t bought cresents for 20 yrs and no Mt Dew either. Do you use the large size cresents??/ I put my extra apple slices around the edge of the glass dish -they were delic !!
    Can you tell I like it.

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    I have on occasion used the larger crescent rolls and just added more apple slices to each one. Sometimes I double the recipe and give the leftovers (if there are any) to the grandkids for lunch.

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    OMGosh! My youngest DD will be all over this.. she's a MD-holic!!

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    I have used this recipe with orange juice...yum...yum.

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    hmm I need to try this.... sounds good...

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    I'm gaining weight just reading this recipe. i love apples,just had one, so this is a must do for me. The heck with the weight. I can diet another day.

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    sounds good! gotta try it!

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    I've got to try this !!

    LOL This is the VERY same recipe the Pioneer Woman has on her website (hope I don't step on any admirers' toes here) ... but it is just amazing to see how she has become a Blogging $$$$ Millionaire .... just by making & photographing a lot of UNoriginal recipes !!
    Gotta admire her chutzpah though :roll:

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    Thank you so much, tonights desert!

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    Sounds really good

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