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Apple dumplings have recently become one of my favorite desserts to eat.
In Michigan, where I grew up, people never really ate apple dumplings so I hadn’t had them before moving to Pennsylvania as an adult. Apple dumplings are a staple dessert here in the Appalachian Mountains.
I think they become even more of a staple dessert the farther south that you travel. Anyway, you’ll find this recipe insanely easy to make. The key to success is using lots of butter, granny smith apples, and Mountain Dew.
Yep! You heard me, mountain dew. Between the mountain dew and brown sugar, I think you’ll have your sweet fix for the day. These apple dumplings are a wonderful dessert to bring to any party, gathering, or get-together.
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Quick Tip: You are going to need a high level of willpower to not eat more than one of these apple dumplings at a time.