I peeled 2 apples and used an apple corer that also made 8 equal segments. I rolled out a Grand's Flaky Biscuit and placed 3 or 4 quarters inside the dough. I pulled the sides up and pinched at the top. This reminded me of an old fashioned apple dumpling that I grew up eating. I baked it in the oven for 10 minutes at 350 degrees. Meanwhile, I melted on the stove, butter, sugar, vanilla and water. I let it come to a quick boil and then took it off the heat. I think that helped to thicken it back up. (although, I think you could use less water in the recipe) Then I poured that over the dumplings and I think since the pinched dough was at the top, the "juice" poured down inside the dumpling and helped to flavor the apples. I sprinkled with cinnamon and baked 30 minutes more. I served with cinnamon ice cream.
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I peeled 2 apples and used an apple corer that also made 8 equal segments. I rolled out a...