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I’ve been on an autumn cooking kick lately, and I’m delighted to share another recipe with you. This is an older Southern recipe, the kind of thing your grandma usually makes. But I fell in love with apple dumplings when I was a kid, so we’ve kept them around for a long time!
Apple dumplings are fairly simply to make, but aren’t necessarily the healthiest dessert in the world. But hey, everybody deserves to indulge now and then, right?
Apple dumplings are basically a biscuit with apples baked inside and syrup ladled over and baked in. They’re fluffy, sweet, and basically the best dessert in the entire world.
Things You’ll Need:
Six or seven medium-sized yellow apples
¼ cup sugar
¼ cup butter (You can substitute some of the butter with applesauce)
2-3 tbsp. milk
2 tbsp. cinnamon (you can also sub some of the cinnamon for pumpkin pie spice)
10 or so biscuits
You want these dumplings to be fluffy on the outside, but not so doughy that they won’t hold together or aren’t good. You’ll want to check their progress every few minutes or so to make sure they’re holding together, too, because you can usually save them even if they open up.
After they’re baked, you might want to pour in some extra syrup. And voila! These are extremely tasty.