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Taffy Apple Pizza

Taffy Apple Pizza created by Robin and Sue

A Pampered Chef winner! One of my favorites. The crust is sugar cookie dough! Did you know taffy originated in Germany? And apples are used extensively in Germany too! I guess that makes this a German recipe!(lol)

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  • Put sliced apples into the lemon-lime soda to soak so they won't brown.
  • Preheat oven to 350*.
  • Roll cookie dough into a 12-inch circle on a 13" baking stone that has been lightly floured.
  • Bake approximately 5 minutes longer than directions on package say. (My package says 10-12 minutes, so bake about 15 minutes.).
  • Let cool.
  • In a bowl, mix peanut butter, cream cheese, sugar and vanilla.
  • Spread over cooled cookie crust.
  • Then drain apples and arrange in a spiral, to cover entire "pizza".
  • Srinkle with cinnamon and pour over caramel topping.
  • It's ready to serve!
  • Enjoy!
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"A Pampered Chef winner! One of my favorites. The crust is sugar cookie dough! Did you know taffy originated in Germany? And apples are used extensively in Germany too! I guess that makes this a German recipe!(lol)"
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  1. dmdox07
    Do you just cut it as you would regular pizza?
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  2. Robin and Sue
    Taffy Apple Pizza Created by Robin and Sue
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    Taffy Apple Pizza Created by Robin and Sue
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    Taffy Apple Pizza Created by Robin and Sue
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  5. weekend cooker
    Well to say the least there are no leftovers..WOW!! Made recipe as posted and the kids and I absolutely enjoyed it. I did take the idea of another reviewer, and soaked the apples in 7 -up. If anyone like myself, lives in apple country, like I do in Indiana you have to try this. Very kid friendly, and adult too. Made for Zaar Stars.
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