Sometimes you come across a recipe you know you have to try. These Apple Pie Dumplings looks so delicious and easy to make I had to give them a try. They were loved by everyone around the dinner table tonight and are on demand to be made again! I will definitely make these again but I think a double batch would be in order.
Preheat oven to 400˚F - ready a lined baking sheet with foil or baking paper lightly sprayed.
Peel apples completely, removing all skin and stems. Halve apples across the middle creating both a top and bottom piece. Using a melon baller remove the core, being careful not to go completely through the bottom. Once the core is removed, continue using the melon baller to carve out the interior of the apple, keeping the small pieces of apple separate in a bowl.
Soak your half apples in iced water and lemon juice to stop them turning brown. You will only use 5 halves apples the other half chop up and add with the other pieces of apple for the filling.
In a small pot, combine the carved out apple pieces with the truvia, cinnamon, cornstarch, and maple syrup. Mix until apple pieces are evenly coated. Cook on medium high heat for about 5 minutes softening the apples. Set aside and let them cool.
Open your can of biscuits and join two biscuits together place between some baking sheet and either press them flt down or use a rolling pin to roll out to a good size circle about 6-7 inches. ( depending on the size of the apples really). Once all done set aside.
Taking the half apple make sure to completely dry of with a paper towel. Spoon filling into the hollowed-out core of the apples and place each filled apple in the middle of a round piece of pastry.
Apply a light wash of egg white to the rim of the pastry, then sprinkle the cinnamon sugar all around and fold toward the center over the apple, crimping the pastry as the edges meet. Continue until all the edges have been brought together. Once shaped, brush more egg white over the top of each dumpling and sprinkle with the cinnamon sugar. Lastly, using a small pairing knife, cut a small vent into the top of each dumpling.
Bake for 15- 18 minutes in a preheated oven, or until pastry is golden brown and filling is bubbling.
Serve with your favorite side of ice cream, cream or let cool and enjoy as they are =)
WW Smart Points - 3 Smart Points a serve - serving size is 1 Apple Pie Dumpling.
WW Points Plus - 4 Points Plus a serve - serving size is 1 Apple Pie Dumpling.
Calculating WW Smart Points for your recipes can be complicated with fruits and vegetables being a "No Cost Food", unless you blend them of course. This recipe has been put through the official WW Recipe builder to get the Smart Point values it has also been put through a nutritional recipe builder to calculate all the nutritional values for other users as well. The nutritional facts chart may differ to WW smart points as all of the ingredients (fruit, veggies & herbs) are included in the nutritional facts data sheet.
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