Sinfully Delicious!

Apple Dumplings

"A delicious & oh, so easy dessert!"

1 cup sugar
1 stick real butter (do not substitute)
1/2 tsp. vanilla
1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon
2 green granny smith apples
1 can refrigerated Pillsbury crescent rolls
1/2 cup Mountain Dew soft drink

Melt sugar, butter, vanilla and cinnamon together in a saucepan and cook until sugar is dissolved. Peel and quarter 2 apples. Wrap 1 crescent roll dough around each apple piece; dough does not have to cover apple entirely. Place apples in a greased glass pie pan or small glass baking dish. Pour sugar mixture over all. Pour Mountain Dew over all. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes or until apples are soft and dumplings are a golden brown & crispy. Serve warm with ice cream & drizzle carmel from bottom of dish over the ice cream. Serves 4 people.


Anonymous said...

Brenda, this looks so easy and yummy! Thanks for posting the recipe. I've always wanted to make dumplings but it looked complicated to wrap the apples.


tattered 'n torn prims said...

Oh these look sinfully wonderful!! You little devil you!!! LOL!!! Thanks for sharing this.....my family, and my thighs thank you!!


lila said...

So easy and delicious! Thanks for reminding me of this recipe!

Carrie P. said...

Oh man!! that is making me hungry. I am going to try that recipe for sure.

Boggy Creek Primitives said...

Ok, I've just got to try this! It sounds and looks yummy!!!!!

corinna said...

thanks for your blog and business
just saw the recipe this wknd
had already made an apple pie then
but am going to make the dumplings today
having a friend over for stitching this afternoon
i believe it will be tasty
thanks for all

Cyndi said...

This must be so yummy. Now I have to give it a try! I found your blog through Corinna - I'll go poke around now - I have a stitching blog AND a cooking blog - separate.

corinna said...

okay i made the recipe
my friend and i ate it up
hot and tasty with melting vanilla ice cream and a drizzle of heavy cream
a beautiful fall afternoon with the sun filtering through the leaves
a little piece of heaven
that recipe is FANtaSTic
Thanks abushel and a peck

Linda said...


Edie in Harlingen, TX said...

I made this last night as dessert to a dinner of Senate Bean Soup (watch party for election returns). Easy and yummy -- it was a hit! Thanks so much.