Apple Dumplings with Cranberry Cinnamon Sauce

Apple Dumplings with cranberry cinnamon sauce

Breakfast is served. Or dessert. Maybe even a snack. Apple Dumplings are one of my favorite comfort foods when the weather gets colder. I prepped these last night & I threw them in the oven this morning, fifty minutes later the kitchen smelled better than a cinnamon candle & breakfast was done.

Apple Dumplings Recipe

If you have never made these before, you are missing out. You only need a few ingredients & minimal effort to make Apple Dumplings that are guaranteed to get rave reviews.

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Apple Dumplings with Cranberry Cinnamon Sauce
 
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Apple dumplings with a cranberry cinnamon sauce.
Serves: 4 apple dumplings
Ingredients
  • 4 medium sized apples, any variety
  • 1 can of biscuit dough - I use Pillsbury Grands because they have 8 biscuits & I use two biscuits per apple.
  • Cranberry Cinnamon Sauce:
  • 1 12 ounce can of whole cranberry sauce
  • 1 cup of water
  • 1 teaspoon corn starch
  • ¼ cup of sugar
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 2 tablespoons ground cinnamon
Instructions
  1. Pre heat your oven to 300 degrees.
  2. Wash, core & peel your apples.
  3. Peeling the apple is optional, I really don't mind the skin left on but it's up to your preference.
  4. Use two biscuits to cover & wrap each half of the apple completely.
  5. Press the ends of the biscuits in the middle together tight, they may separate in the oven a bit if you don't.
  6. Place the biscuit wrapped apples in an oven safe pan sprayed with cooking spray & poke a few holes in the tops with a fork.
  7. Bake for about 50 minutes or until the apples are soft & cooked. Poke with a fork to test them.
  8. Combine cranberry sauce, water, corn starch, & sugar in a sauce pan.
  9. Cook over a heat low & stir until you break down the cranberry sauce.
  10. Stir in butter & cinnamon.
  11. Bring sauce to a boil & remove from heat.
  12. When your apples are 5 minutes away from being done, cover them with sauce & bake for 5 minutes.
  13. Serve hot & enjoy.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 apple dumpling
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16 comments on “Apple Dumplings with Cranberry Cinnamon Sauce
  1. jamie says:

    aw, i have missed your posts dear raquel! i hope that you are doing well my love!

  2. Suzie Salmon says:

    Those look amazing! I bet that would be a wonderful breakfast on a cold snowy morning…just add a steaming cup of coffee and that would be perfection!!!

  3. Vanilla-Notes from my closet says:

    Wow! that looks amazing!

    Love, Vanilla

  4. Sharon says:

    I read this post three times because, I never seen, heard, or tried these. It seems delicious. I am going to have to try this.
    I just left the comments and read the post again for the fourth time. I am really curious about how this would taste. I definitely am going to have to try this.

    • Raquel says:

      I can’t believe you have never heard of them before! I always thought they were common & that I was being creative by adding cranberries & biscuit dough! You have to try them, they are easy & you will not believe how good they are!!

  5. Fanny says:

    oh my god! that looks amazing Raquel! so yummy! Have to try it at home xxx

  6. Deon says:

    Where is the facebook like button ?

  7. This looks SUPER delicious ! I must remember to save this recipe somewhere, when I get home.

    Lovely blog! Thanks so much for visiting mine and for your lovely words.

    xx indie by heart

  8. Waverly says:

    OMG I’m sitting here at my desk at work drooling.. these look DELICIOUS!!

  9. I was trying to think of a great morning meal for Thursday. We are in such anticipation of the afternoon dinner that I’d like something to start the day with a treat that is out of our normal routine and these are it! Thank you for the inspiration.

    • Raquel says:

      These would be perfect, I plan on making these Christmas morning when I go visit my bf’s parents but I’m still undecided on Thanksgiving morning…gulp. Let me know how you like them!!!!

  10. Michelle De La Cerda-Nash says:

    Found this on foodfotogallery. It looks so wonderful that I had to just stop by and tell you so. I don’t bake all that often, but this appears to be something I just might be able to handle. Thanks for sharing.

    • Raquel Lynn says:

      Thanks so much for stopping by Michelle! Yes, these are super easy : ) And stay tuned because in the next couple of days I will be sharing some “Peach Dumplings” – check back soon!

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