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This extremely delicious blooming apple recipe has my mouth watering just writing about it. I mean seriously, I’m going to have to mop up my keyboard! LOL! OK, I know that sounds gross, but really, you’ll understand why after you read the details of this awesome recipe! I mean who does not like apples with butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, and CARAMEL Add some ice cream on top for a real treat! The crazy thing about this recipe though is actually how easy it is to make.
Your family or dinner guests will think you are some culinary confections master and it will be our little secret of how easy it actually is to get these amazing results. Seriously, once they take a look at your blooming apple they will think you’re involved din some sort of wizardry.
My daughter had a princess birthday dinner and I made these for her and her little guests to enjoy. The girls thought they were soooo pretty1 I have to admit, they are pretty!
Original Recipe The Gunny Sack.
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