Monday, November 24, 2008

APPLE DUMPLINGS

I want to share a delicious and EASY desert recipe with you. Each time I have made this every one has loved it and it doesn't take but about ten minutes to get it in the oven. This recipe makes 8 apple dumplings....but you can double it by using two apples and two cans of crescent rolls. You don't have to change any other ingredient.
1 Granny Smith Apple (peeled & cut into 8 slices)
1 can of Crescent Rolls
1 cup of sugar
1 stick of butter or margarine
1 cup of water
Unroll the Crescent rolls (you'll have 8 triangles). Take each triangle and place one of the apple slices at the larger end. Begin rolling it up. Put it in a pyrex dish with the side where you stopped rolling down. While rolling these put your 1 cup or water, 1 cup of sugar, and 1 stick of butter in a pan and bring to a boil. Pour over the Crescent rolled apples. Bake them at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes or until golden brown. The juice thickens if you can let them set for a little while before eating them.....but if you can't it's ok!!!!
Here is a picture after I poured the water, sugar, & butter over them before cooking the dumplings (I used 2 apples & 2 cans of rolls). I DON'T KNOW WHY THIS PICTURE IS SIDEWAYS....and I don't know how to fix it!
Here you see the dumplings when I first took them from the oven. Put you a big scoop of vanilla ice cream on top of them and YUM YUM!!!





18 comments:

DaNella Auten said...

mmmm I will have to try that! I always wondered what apple dumplins were, since the Apple Dumplin Gang... lol

April said...

Oh, my goodness...I bet those are to die for! Completely sinful, I tell ya! :)

simple~needs said...

those look yummy!!! i like making something different at each holiday... i think these would work!!

Darlene said...

YUMMY...those look delicious and seem really easy too!

Rambling Girl said...

Those look so yummy Sue. I think I have to head back to the grocery store and get the stuff for this...Thanks for sharing. Happy Thanksgiving!

Mary Isabella and Kiley too! said...

They sound so yummy...m..

This Country Girl said...

Oh thank you, Sue, for this recipe! It looks SO good...I have everything here to do this and I'm going to try it tomorrow night and invite my mom and dad over...they will love this! Thanks for sharing...I love easy...few ingredient recipes!

Have a great Monday!
Tammy

Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

Hi Sue,
Those look so good, and sound very easy to make!Thanks for sharing,
Diane

basketsnprims said...

I am going to make these tomorrow. I just happen to have all the ingredients. Thanks.

blessings,
~ Pam ~

Kayla said...

I so just made these...they turned out great!!! especially topped with vanilla bean ice cream!

Lorrie said...

Sue these sound delicious and couldn't be easier to make. I will definitely try these during the holidays when my kids are home. I'm always on the lookout for new ideas to feed the masses over here!

Sharon said...

You are so right; these are just wonderful and so easy! I've never made these using water; I've always used orange juice and a splash of vanilla flavoring. To DIE for!!

Lauren said...

YUM! I love apple deserts..this one sounds so tasty! Thanks for sharing..I'll have to try it! <3Lauren

carolyn at cranberry crossings: said...

OMGosh! I will have to try this soon. I love anything apple!

Thanks and have a great day!

FourOf5zs said...

This is something we'll have to try. My husband like apple dumplings :-)

I've enjoyed reading your blog.

Happy Thanksgiving!
Zaroga

Gran said...

I love the trees! They look just like your grandchildren to me!
Happy Thanksgiving......Holly

Nancy said...

YUM! That looks so delish! I will have to give it a try! Nancy

The Buchanan Family said...

I tried this over the weekend and yummy! its great and easy!