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    I made this today. Kinda like apple cobbler I guess.

    2 cans crescent rolls
    2 Granny smith apples peeled and cut into 24 thin strips. ( Actually it may take less than two apples depending on how big they are)
    2 sticks butter ( yea, it's a lot!)
    1 and 1/2 cups sugar
    1 can mountain dew
    2 tsp cinammon
    Optional - 4 ounces creme cheese

    Grease 8 by 9 pan.

    Unroll crescent rolls. Place a couple slices apple per roll with a half teaspoon or so creme cheese between each if desired. Place in a greased pan. Melt butter, sugar, and cinammon in sauce pan. Pour over rolls. Then pour the Mt. Dew over rolls. ( Just do it!) Bake @ 350 for around 40 minutes.


    Remove from oven . ( I take the rolls out of the butter mixture and transfer them to another pan after they sit for around 30 minutes.)
    Change Jar - 239.00 ~ March 18 , 2006

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    i have made these before and they are awesome!
    DJ

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    Sounds YUMMY and easy....I'll have to try it!!

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    Oops.. sorry I meant 32 slices instead of 24. I can't edit for some reason. Big duh to me ! lol

    Enjoy
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    Really sounds great and easy.
    I'm saving this one.
    Thanks
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    ooooooooooooh, jellybeanz, I made this for dessert today.

    WOW. Just WOW. This is SOOOO good. DH could NOT believe there was a can of Mt. Dew in it.

    Thanks, Jelly!!

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    Really good recipe it is really going around the net. i have made and love it.

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    I tried this recipe Monday night and they were really good! Thanks for sharing.

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