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I love that these girls and I make it a point to get together at least once a month - what would I do without them? Our time spent in eachother’s company is also usually spent in the company of food. For this girl’s night we made Apple Fizz.

Apple Fizz

5 medium-sized apples
1 box of plain cake mix
1 bottle of seltzer water (or you can you any clear carbonated drink like Schweppes)
A few sprinklings of powdered sugar (optional)

Set the oven for 170c / 350f

Start off your Apple Fizz by peeling your apples and then slicing them into quarters. Don’t forget to pit them as well! After that is done, place the apple slices into your baking pan. Don’t worry if some are facing up or down or if they start to brown, in the end they will all taste just as sweet and a little coloration adds character. When all the apples are snug as a bug inside the pan, evenly coat them with the cake mix. Now you can pour your carbonated drink on top. Make sure that it is poured over everything - another half bottle might be need (If all the dry spots are not covered the cake powder will not bake properly).

Now your Apple Fizz is ready to be placed in the oven for 40 minutes.
Take it out and sprinkle a bit of powdered sugar on top.

Happy Eatings!

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I love that these girls and I make it a point to get together at least once a month - what would I do without them? Our time spent in eachother’s company is also usually spent in the company of food. For this girl’s night we made Apple Fizz.

Apple Fizz

5 medium-sized apples
1 box of plain cake mix
1 bottle of seltzer water (or you can you any clear carbonated drink like Schweppes)
A few sprinklings of powdered sugar (optional)

Set the oven for 170c / 350f

Start off your Apple Fizz by peeling your apples and then slicing them into quarters. Don’t forget to pit them as well! After that is done, place the apple slices into your baking pan. Don’t worry if some are facing up or down or if they start to brown, in the end they will all taste just as sweet and a little coloration adds character. When all the apples are snug as a bug inside the pan, evenly coat them with the cake mix. Now you can pour your carbonated drink on top. Make sure that it is poured over everything - another half bottle might be need (If all the dry spots are not covered the cake powder will not bake properly).

Now your Apple Fizz is ready to be placed in the oven for 40 minutes.
Take it out and sprinkle a bit of powdered sugar on top.

Happy Eatings!

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I love that these girls and I make it a point to get together at least once a month - what would I do without them? Our time spent in eachother’s company is also usually spent in the company of food. For this girl’s night we made Apple Fizz.

Apple Fizz

5 medium-sized apples
1 box of plain cake mix
1 bottle of seltzer water (or you can you any clear carbonated drink like Schweppes)
A few sprinklings of powdered sugar (optional)

Set the oven for 170c / 350f

Start off your Apple Fizz by peeling your apples and then slicing them into quarters. Don’t forget to pit them as well! After that is done, place the apple slices into your baking pan. Don’t worry if some are facing up or down or if they start to brown, in the end they will all taste just as sweet and a little coloration adds character. When all the apples are snug as a bug inside the pan, evenly coat them with the cake mix. Now you can pour your carbonated drink on top. Make sure that it is poured over everything - another half bottle might be need (If all the dry spots are not covered the cake powder will not bake properly).

Now your Apple Fizz is ready to be placed in the oven for 40 minutes.
Take it out and sprinkle a bit of powdered sugar on top.

Happy Eatings!

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I love that these girls and I make it a point to get together at least once a month - what would I do without them? Our time spent in eachother’s company is also usually spent in the company of food. For this girl’s night we made Apple Fizz.

Apple Fizz

5 medium-sized apples
1 box of plain cake mix
1 bottle of seltzer water (or you can you any clear carbonated drink like Schweppes)
A few sprinklings of powdered sugar (optional)

Set the oven for 170c / 350f

Start off your Apple Fizz by peeling your apples and then slicing them into quarters. Don’t forget to pit them as well! After that is done, place the apple slices into your baking pan. Don’t worry if some are facing up or down or if they start to brown, in the end they will all taste just as sweet and a little coloration adds character. When all the apples are snug as a bug inside the pan, evenly coat them with the cake mix. Now you can pour your carbonated drink on top. Make sure that it is poured over everything - another half bottle might be need (If all the dry spots are not covered the cake powder will not bake properly).

Now your Apple Fizz is ready to be placed in the oven for 40 minutes.
Take it out and sprinkle a bit of powdered sugar on top.

Happy Eatings!