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A Tasty Fall Treat.

If you're like me, you love the warm and soothing tastes of Autumn. There is nothing quite like a delicious treat hot from the oven to warm your body and soul.

Yum.

Even though our apple picking day was a bust, we managed to grab half a bushel of crisp, juicy apples to take home with us. What better to do with the fabulous fruit than to make some apple dumplings!

Pardon me, I forgot to take pictures of my step-by-step instructions because while I was making them, I was in quite a hurry. But I did not forget to take a picture of them hot and ready to eat!

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Mmmmm. These are pretty enormous because it is a whole apple, so you might want to split one with your honey. Oh, what am I saying? EAT A WHOLE ONE!

Want the recipe?

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Apple Dumplings!

Peel, core and thinly slice 6 apples. It's much easier if you have an apple peeler corer slicer. I do not have one, but I borrowed one and it made my like 182 times easier.

Crust:
3 C. Flour
1 C. Shortening
1 tsp. Salt
1/2 C. Cold Water

Sauce: (OH the sauce - it's incredible, so be forewarned)
4 C. Water
2 C. Sugar
1 Stick Oleo
Cinnamon (It didn't say how much, but I just added until my sauce was a pretty brown color)

Mix dough and divide in equal small parts made into 6 7-inch circles. Place thinly sliced apples, sprinkle of cinnamon, pat of butter and 1 tablespoon sugar in each. Wrap the dough around the apple and turn upside down into greased baking dish. Bring sauce contents to boil. Cook 1 minute. Pour over dumplings and bake 60 minutes at 400 degrees.

I serve with vanilla bean ice cream because....well....everything is better with ice cream!

Hope you enjoy this delightful Fall treat! I know we did in our household! :)
I am a modern day homemaker with a passion for family, cooking, celebrating, decorating, travel, and memory making! The Lord has blessed me with the desires of my heart in my husband and our two sons. We recently built our dream home and cultivating a loving and happy haven for my family is where I find so much joy.

Comments

  1. those look amazing! i grew up on an apple orchard but i never get tired of delicious apple treats

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  2. That looks so delish! I'm going to have to try that sometime.

    Bon :)

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  3. OMG, that looks absolutely delicious!

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  4. This both looks and sounds awesome!!

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  5. Wow those look great! I am definitely going to have to try out that recipe! Yum! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. YUMMY YUMMY YUMMY!!! I can't wait to make this!!!!


    I sent you an email..but I had a few email options for you in gmail...let me know if you didn't get it!

    :)

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  7. That looks divine. I'm going to have to try that.

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  8. That looks so GOOOOOOOD! I think my mouth just started to water. I need to make these... and soon.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Those look so fabulous I might have to try them, I have a bunch of apples in the fridge waiting for me to make something wonderful out of them. I just have one question what is Oleo? Maybe it is called something different here in canada.

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  10. Those LOOK ridiculous!!! And in a good way. I can't wait to make them!

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  11. these look super yummy!!
    i wish i could bake ;)

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  12. Thank you for posting this! I am not great with baking pies, but this seems like a mini pie-ish type dessert. I will definitely have to try it out along with Annie's famous chili!!

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  13. You just made me sooo hungry! I am going to try that recipe out ASAP!!

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  14. I made Mayme take my last one home to have with ice cream. I just couldn't eat any more!

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  15. Those look delish! Never made them before and you just might have convinced me that my life is incomplete until I do. Fall is the perfect time for them, right? :)

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