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Mom Granville's Apple Squares Recipe

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Great grandma Mary Granville



6 grimes golden apples
2/3 c sugar
1/1 t.cinnamon
2 T. flour
2 T.butter

3 cups flour
1 cup shortening (Crisco )
add enough water to hold together

Peel and slice apples and rest of ingredients . Put aside .


Mix and cut dough into 4 sections. Pie two of the four pieces together on a non-greased cookie sheets, by rolling out and laying then the pan and pressing dough together to seal. Set the oath two pieces aside . Push up on the sides and moisten with water. Place apples in crust. then roll out the other two dough pieces and place on top of apples and pinch sides. cut a few slits on top.

bake at 350 for about one hour.
Frost with powdered sugar glaze.




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