These were surprisingly good, but soooo sweet! I will make again but will try to cut back on the sugar next time.
WoW, these apple dumplings were awesome. Moist, not too sweet, and the apples were firm and not mushy. Great recipe that I will be using often
This may be the best desert I've ever had! Everyone loves it and asks to have me make it.
Wow!!! This was so good!!! We enjoyed having our dumplings with ice cream. Such an easy recipe.
My family LOVES this recipe. I am a recovering Mountain Dew addict and this gives me just a little of that dew I love so much. These are VERY YUMMY! Always a hit at carry in dinners.
This is a GREAT dessert and easy to make. Someone at work brought it one day and of coarse it was gone in under 10 minutes. I have now made it at home for friends and family and is quick becoming a requested dessert. You have GOT TO TRY THIS!
holy cow. recently a girlfriend ( and CIA trained chef) told me to use Dr. Pepper for pulled pork-- it turned out great!! so, when i ran across this recipe on another site i had to try it--------and man am i glad that i did. it is simple and quick and is very, very tasty and very, very sweet. i have started using only 1/2 of the topping and trying to cut it with cream to mitigate the sweetness. also, it stays hot for a really, REALLY long time so be careful serving it to little ones or adults with sweet teeth ( i have burned my tongue more than once!!).
I have made this several times. It is GREAT!! Made a double one year and froze in small containers. Never goes to waste.
Tastes great but not overly healthy. I change it up a little. I prefer a sweet apple to a tart one. Gala, or Fuji apples. Second Change the sugar to Honey and Reduce the amount to only 1/2 cup of honey. Third use the "big" crescent rolls instead of regular ones as they cover the apples better. Lastly sub reg Mountain Dew to Diet, if you need to watch the sugar intake. (Why honey instead of sugar? Calorie to calorie a table spoon to table spoon they are the same however.... Honey is broken down in the body completely different than sugar is. So someone with problems with sugar could eat honey easier than cane sugar. Also honey is naturally sweeter thus you only need 1/3 of what the recipe calls for on the sugar/calorie content. )
Five stars all the way! The only thing that I did differently was to cut back on butter and sugar by half. This recipe is so easy and surprisingly yummy! Would definitely make again!