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For those of you that already know me, this section is irrelevant. For those of you who don’t, I am a 25 year old administrative assistant who is wasting her talent pushing papers. In this blog I intend on documenting my life. I am at a critical point in my life, trying to make it on my own, struggling to find my identity. What better way to do this then to share everything through my perspective. I live on a farm in PA, with my boyfriend. Since I moved there I have found parts of me that truly were lost after going to college. I am in fact a hometown girl that was lost in the big city. Now I am back in my hometown and I have been here about 3 years now. I love the quiet and the feeling I get when I see a long lost (but not forgotten) friend. I am becoming an adult and this transformation is truly scary. SO come with me on this journey. I am sure we will laugh and cry. Either way, I can’t wait.

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Super Easy Apple Dumping Bread

The Bread that doubles as a decadent dessert.


What you will need:
6 Apples, any kind will do
1 tablespoon butter or margarine
1 to 2 teaspoons of cinnamon

Cut, peel, and remove core from all apples
In a saucepan, combine all ingredients for topping, with a lid, stirring often, let simmer on stove until apples fall apart.


What you will need:
1 package Pillsbury French Loaf
2 tablespoons margarine or butter
1 to 2 tablespoons of cinnamon

First roll out Pillsbury French Loaf on non stick baking sheet
Do not separate in the perforated sections
Next melt butter/margarine in microwave in 30 second intervals until the butter is liquid and add cinnamon. Once that is done pour the mixture onto the dough and spread evenly.
Roll up the dough opposite of the way it was package, you want to roll to be and long as possible without pulling on it. When you look at the end of the roll it should be a spiral.
Cut it lengthwise right down the middle and twist both section individually, then twist them together.
and create a circle.

Bake the dough as directed on package, Once the bread is done, get out a fancy plate and pour topping all over the loaf.

I enjoy pulling it apart putting it in a bowl and pouring milk over it, it doesn't get any better than that.

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