On the first Wednesday of every month, we have a meeting at the church in the common hall to discuss what kinds of things we want to see changed, who we might need to help out in the community, and what we can do to reach our goals. There is always great conversation, excellent prayer, and of course, tasty desserts. Some of those women that come to the meetings sure can cook. It’s usually a later at night meeting so we just do tasty after dinner style treats.
One Wednesday, there were these apple smelling things that didn’t look anything like pie, but they sure looked delicious. The were very similar in design to the recipe that I found on Spend with Pennies. When I bit into one of them, there was a combination of cinnamon, caramel, and apple that was like none other I’ve ever tasted before.
I asked one of the ladies who made them and she pointed me in the direction of Mrs. Smith. I was sure to compliment her on how tasty they were and quietly asked her for her recipe.
I took that slip of paper and treated it like pure gold until I got it home. I couldn’t wait to make them for my family!
Recipe courtesy of Spend With Pennies. Photo credits to OMG Chocolate Desserts.
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Quick Tip: Use parchment paper when rolling out the dough to prevent sticking.