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As a young girl growing up on my grandma’s farm, I used to love the sweet smell of southern apple dumplings wafting through the kitchen window as I played outside on my tire swing. Oh, the memories! Nothing beat grandma’s apple dumplings. Now that I’m grown, I’ve made apple dumplings for my little ones, but with one slight variation…
Now, I’m not a huge fan of drinking this super sweet soda, but I have found that using it in my grandma’s apple dumpling recipe is like heaven on earth. I found a recipe that is quite similar to grandma’s with the addition of this citrus soda Faithtap.com, and boy, am I glad that I did! You’ll definitely want to give this version of southern apple dumplings a shot.
Recipe courtesy of Faith Tap.
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Quick Tip: Serve piping hot apple dumpling with a scoop of vanilla or cinnamon ice cream.