There are so many different ways to make apple dumplings that it is overwhelming. I have tried the recipe that uses crescent rolls and mountain dew and we love those but wow are they ever sugary. I ran across this recipe one day while flipping through an old cookbook. Once I saw it, I just knew it was something I needed to try.
Peel your apples. Any apple will do, we prefer Granny Smith apples.
Mix your apples, bisquick and milk.
Once it is all mixed up it looks a little weird but trust me, it’s gonna be good.
Pour the water, sugar and cinnamon over the apple mix once it has come to a boil.
Bake for 25 minutes at 450 degrees.
Wasn’t that easy? A great dessert in no time and even better with a scoop of ice cream on top.
This is the easiest recipe I have found for apple dumplings, and while the apples aren’t enclosed into a dough they are still considered dumplings. A couple of reasons that we really like this recipe is because it doesn’t taste so sweet. You get a great taste of the apples, not just bread and sugar. Another reason we like these is because they are so easy to make. Apples season is in full swing around here. As I drove through Ellijay the other day on my way to Hiawassee all of the Apple Houses were open and had cars lined up everywhere. That means the Apple Festival will be soon. I can’t wait!
4-6 apples, peeled and sliced
1 cup baking mix (Bisquick)
1/3 cup milk
1 cup water
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
Mix the apples, baking mix and milk in a bowl. Pour into a greased baking dish (I used a round 3 quart dish but any will work) Bring the water, sugar and cinnamon to a boil. Pour it over the apple mixture and bake for 25 minutes at 450 degrees.Print This Post