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    Question apple dumping question

    Does anyone know if you can freeze unbaked apple dumplings. Apples are in season here and I want to make dumplings but have no idea how to store them. Thanks

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    I've always baked mine first and then freeze them.

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    I found this online:

    Old Fashioned Apple Dumplings



    Unbaked pie crust

    6 apples

    butter or margarine

    sugar

    cinnamon



    Sauce:

    6 C milk

    1 C sugar

    1 tsp cinnamon

    4 5 Tbsp flour



    Divide pie crust into 6 balls. Roll out each one large enough to wrap one apple. Place cored, unpeeled apple in center and fill centers with large pat of butter. Drop a tablespoon of sugar on butter and dust with cinnamon. Bring crust up and fold over top, place each apple in aluminum foil and seal.

    You can freeze for later use.

    Place in a 9 x 12 pan, top up. Put a small amount of water in bottom of pan. Cook about 1 hours at 255 degrees open top; continue cooking until brown.

    Sauce: Mix sugar, cinnamon and flour add to milk that has been poured into medium heavy saucepan. Cook on medium heat, stir after to prevent sticking until thickens to a gravy texture. Spoon over dumplings Enjoy!

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    Rubelishous' recipe sounds good. I would add some lemon juice though to keep the apples from turning brown.

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