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  1. The flavor of this was fantastic! I loved the rosemary with the apple juice. I did however have a question about whether or not you use the 1 cup of water, since it’s listed in the ingredients but not the instructions. I went ahead and added it in with the chicken stock and apple juice, but the liquid did seem pretty soupy compared to what I am used to for chicken and dumplings. But that could simply be because my mom’s not-quite-as-heathy version may have flour mixed in with the liquids to thicken it up some. 😉 Thank you!

    1. Thank you for bringing that to my attention! I usually like my chicken and dumplings to be a little bit like a soup, but you could totally leave the water out next time if you like it thicker. It’s really a personal preference (and I added that it’s optional to the recipe). I’m glad you liked it though! 🙂

  2. I made this for dinner the other day and it was so good!! It was so comforting and perfect for chilly day! We’ll definitely be making this again!

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