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Baked Apple Dumpling

What can be as American as Apple Pie?  Apple Dumplings.  I love them because they are fast, easy, delicious and the presentation can be fabulous.  You only need some baking apples, pie crust, brown sugar and cinnamon sugar plus a dollop of whipped cream.

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If you are making your own crust, do that first.  There's an easy pie crust recipe here or you can use a purchased crust, nobody really cares as long as they get one of your delicious dumplings!

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Wash, core, peel your apple(s).  The beauty is you can make one or a dozen, as long as you have enough apples and pie crust.  I have a purchased apple corer and use a vegetable peeler to remove the skin.  It is quick and painlessly easy.

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Pack some brown sugar in the cored cavity of each apple.  Wrap each apple with some pie crust and use the palms of your hands to press the crust to the apple and seal it in. Place the wrapped apple on an oiled cookie sheet or shallow baking pan.  (If you are using a cookie sheet, it should have a little lip around the edge to catch any escaping liquids)  Bake at 350° F 45-55 minutes.  The crust will be light brown.  Serve them warm (or cold) with a big dollop of whip cream and a sprinkling of cinnamon sugar.

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13 comments:

  1. I absolutely love apple dumplings! And yours look amazing. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

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  2. I absolutely love apple dumplings! And yours look amazing. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

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  3. Yummy! This brings back great childhood memories. My mom used to put a "red hots" sauce on top. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Yummy! I'm pinning this one! I want to try new desserts for fall. I'm visiting from the well crafted home linky party and I'm delighted to meet you!
    Ursula, blogger at
    http://kraftmint.com
    {a journal of modern crafts}

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  5. OH yummy!!!! Stopping by from Pin Me! I can't wait to try for my boys.

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  6. Yum!!! I'm going to have to give these a try!! I'd love it if you'd stop by and link up to my new link party, Feed Me Friday

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  7. Yummy........got to try this out in the near future. Pinning!

    Ellya

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  8. Thanks so much for linking this recipe up on Dare to Share this week. Good thing I have a lot of apples I need to use, because I want to try this out for sure. You are today's Dare to Share Feature of the Day. You can see your feature here, http://www.pamspartyandpracticaltips.com/2013/09/baked-apple-dumpling-feature-of-day.html. I can't wait to see what else you have to share. :)

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    1. Not sure why my comment is all spaced out like that, I know I did not type it that way.. LOL! :)

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    2. It looks like you have your spacing set to full justified.. Thank you for featuring me on Dare to Share!

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  9. It looks wonderful!
    I did something very similar 2 weeks ago and it tasted great

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  10. I've never had an Apple Dumpling, but it looks so good! Thanks for sharing at my Pin Me Linky Party!

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  11. Oh, this looks so amazing! Thank you so much for sharing this week at A Bouquet of Talent. I just featured it at Pick of the Bunch. I also pinned and tweeted. :)

    Have a wonderful weekend.
    Hugs
    Kathy

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