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Added: Tuesday, January 25, 2011



2-1/2-cups flour
1-cup shortening
1-egg yolk with 2/3-cup milk (save egg white to use for topping)

-cup crushed cornflakes
1-cup sugar
1-teaspoon cinnamon

1-cup powdered sugar
1-Tablespoon milk
1-teaspoon vanilla
1-egg white beaten until foamy

Mix together flour and shortening till crumbly. Add egg yolk and milk.
Roll out of dough and place in Jelly Roll Pan.
Sprinkle on cornflakes crumbs. Peel, core & thinly slice apples. Mix apples with the sugar & cinnamon.
Put over cornflake crumbs.
Roll out 2nd half of dough and cover the apples.
Brush top with the egg white.

Bake at 375 degrees for one (1) hour.
Mix together the powdered sugar, milk & vanilla for the topping.
Remove from oven and drizzle the topping over the apple slices.
Cut into bars.




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