Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Apple Dumplings

You probably think that all thoughts of dessert the day before Thanksgiving in the US are on pumpkin pie. 

But this is what I'm going to do in a few minutes for breakfast (don't scold about the calories, ok?): apple dumplings.

This recipe is so easy and I love the syrup that covers the apple dumplings.  The weird part is that canned soda pop is added before cooking.
Here is the recipe and video from FoodTv:


* 1 package crescent dough (8/package) * 2 apples peeled and quartered * Cinnamon * 1 stick butter * 1 1/2 cups sugar * 1 teaspoon Vanilla * 8 ounces 7-up (or any clear soda)


1 Melt 1 stick butter, sugar and vanilla in saucepan over med./high heat. 2 Roll 1 quarter of apple in crescent dough. Pinch edges to seal (it’s okay of apples are showing). Repeat for all dumplings. 3 Place dumplings in a greased dish. Sprinkle tops of dumplings with cinnamon. Pour butter mixture over dumplings, and follow with liquid 7-up (I used apple cider and ginger ale). 4 Bake at 350 for 40-50 minutes. Serve with vanilla ice cream.

(picture courtesy of the Pioneer Woman)

Fruit and bread are included in this breakfast dish, so all is needed is a glass of milk and a vitamin.

1 comment:

  1. Yummy, my Daughter makes these!   Enjoy your day, don't work too hard!  HUGS!


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