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This makes a wonderful dessert and it's so easy. My family just loved it! I will be making it again.

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Lainey6605 May 23, 2008

Awesome recipe! The only thing I would do differently is roll the dough out to about 10-11" because it expands and then goes off the edges into your oven if you do it too close to the edge of the stone. Thanks, Sharon!

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Munchkin Mama January 29, 2008

I made this for new years and everyone thought it was great! I followed the recipe exactly as is except for I used homemade sugar cookie dough #243585. It's a good recipe to try!

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Chef Mean Green January 11, 2008

I have been making this for several years and it never fails to make people happy. I do personally leave out the peanut butter, due to personal preference and also to alleviate allergy concerns when served to kids. If I have time, I make my own cookie dough. If I don't, I buy it. My biggest hint when making this would be this: Once you have baked your cookie crust, let it cool and then cut it into the desired shapes, slices, etc. THEN top it with the cream cheese mixtures, apples, etc. This makes for a prettier presentation and also makes it a lot less messy. A great choice, especially for fall, I highly recommend this one.

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LoriInIndiana October 15, 2007

This dessert is always a hit at any function!

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Golfladee March 22, 2007

I just judged a dessert competition at my school for founder's day and out of 8 desserts, this was my favorite. The apples were cut in thin slices and then cut into thirds. this seemed to make the slices cut easily. I rushed right home and I am so glad you posted this recipe Sharon.

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cookiedog February 16, 2007

I made a lighter version of this I suppose, but only because I forgot to add the brown sugar and cinnamon! :-) I also didn't have any 7up so I just put some lemon juice into water and soaked the apples in that instead. I thought why buy the dough when I can just make my own in a couple minutes, so I made my G'ma's recipe for cutout cookies. Basicly the same thing. EVERYone loved it! Great stuff, will definately make again...BTW...this needs to dissappear before the next day, as the cookie gets soggy overnight. Thanks so much for sharing!

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pooknnook January 02, 2007

So yummy! The carbonated soda trick worked wonderfully. I had many wonderful comments on it, and it sure dissapeared fast. I used Hershey's carmel topping in the bottle, so all I had to do was drizzle till it looked good. Definately a keeper, thanks for posting!

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Dee in WI November 01, 2006

This was so good - I will fix this again and again! There wasn't anything I wouldchange about it!

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Kristin R October 09, 2006
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