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Old 06-09-2009, 08:07 PM   #1
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Apple Treat

This fast and easy dessert is especially famous with first time cooks.

Many Girl Scout and brownies had this for a project to help them learn

their baking merits!

Ingredients:


* 1 can of canned biscuits
* 1 can of apple pie filling
* Cinnamon sugar mixture
* A Rolling pin
* A Toaster oven
* A Spatula
* Paper plates or serving tray
* Powdered sugar
* Napkins

Directions:

If you are making this dessert with your kids, open the biscuits for

them. Next, let your child take one biscuit at a time and flatten it.

Next, they should take one tablespoon full of the apple filling and drop

on the middle of the biscuit. Now, shake the cinnamon and sugar mixture

over the apple filling. Wet your finger and rub water around the edge of

dough. Fold up and seal. Water helps keep the dough seal properly.

Put the folded apple treats into the toaster oven with the temperature

setting at 350 Fahrenheit, and bake until golden brown.

When they are done put them on paper plates or on a serving tray.

Sprinkle the top with powdered sugar. Let the treats cool off a bit, then

enjoy, but be careful, filling may still be hot.

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