These warm apple dumplings are juicy, filled with brown sugar, cinnamon, raisins all wrapped in tender flaky crust.
We made these in bakeshop this week and students discovered how tasty and delicious they are.
For each apple you will need:
- 1 Granny Smith apple (green)
- A mixture of brown sugar, cinnamon, raisins and butter, combine these ingredients to use to fill the hole where the core used to be
- lemon juice
- 1 sheet of puff pastry (1 sheet can cover up to 4 apples)
- Egg wash (egg beaten with water)
Peel and core the apple, drizzle it with lemon juice.
Stuff the cinnamon sugar into the center of the apple.
Wrap the apple in puff pastry, seal seams tightly.
Bake at 375°F for 35-40 minutes.
The Apple Dumplings are done when the apple is tender inside.
Serve warm with vanilla and caramel sauce and a few berries for garnish.
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16 thoughts on “Warm Apple Dumplings”
Yum. Could you walk us through making your delicious
vanilla caramel sauce?
Alrighty! Look for it soon!
These are so pretty! Such a simple, clever method too – thanks Pamela! x
God that looks warm and delicious 🙂
Choc Chip Uru
What a lovely way to eat baked apples, which I love. This is a bonus a crunchy outside. yum
Oh yum, I have to make these this fall when the apples in our orchard are ready for picking.
How nice you have an apple orchard! Make a lot and freeze them, they are fantastic on a cold winter night.
I’ve not had dumplings since I was a child. These look very tasty 🙂
They bring back great memories! A comfort food dessert for sure.
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