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When Was The Last Time You Enjoyed This Old-Fashioned Dessert?
A couple of years ago I met a lady at the church and she told me about a dessert I had never heard of. It was such a huge shock to her that I had never tried apple dumplings, and she decided we needed to fix it immediately. She invited me over to her house the next day, to have a cup of coffee and “enjoy the best dessert on the face of the earth”. How could I say no to that?
When she opened the door, immediately I noticed that her whole house smelled amazing. It was like walking into my grandmother’s kitchen again – that wonderful aroma of apples and cinnamon, baking in the oven, was enough to make my mouth water. And when I finally saw the apple dumplings, I knew she hadn’t exaggerated. They looked so delicious!
She served the dumplings with the creamiest scoop of vanilla ice cream I had ever tasted (I wish I had asked what brand it was) and a cup of strong, flavorful coffee. I literally thought I had died and gone to heaven, it was so amazing!
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Quick Tip: Try serving these with vanilla sauce – it’s amazing!