First, combine flour, baking powder, and salt into a bowl and mix it together. Sometimes I like to add in a bit of extra sugar and cinnamon to the recipe so I add it directly to the dough.
Then, cut in cubes of butter and add it to the bowl. Make the bits of butter as small as possible.
Gradually stir in milk until the dough comes together (be careful that it doesn’t get too wet and sticky - if it does, just add more flour)
Preheat oven (350 degrees F - if you like to know that kind of stuff) and grease your pan with butter.
In a medium bowl, mix together granulated sugar, brown sugar, and cinnamon.
Cut apples into thin slices. Optional: squeeze lemon juice onto the slices and mix well.
Now, this part is kind of up to you, I like to reduce the number of bowls I use so I do this next part in the greased pan but you can also do this in a separate bowl.
Melt butter (either just add extra to your existing greased pan or have a separate bowl), make small balls of dough, and roll the dough balls into the melted butter.
Then, roll the dough balls in the cinnamon and sugar mixture until they’re well coated.
Line the bottom of the buttered pan with apples and/or place apples inbetween the dough balls.
Place the dough balls next to each other (touching) in the buttered pan.
Cook for 7-10 minutes or until dough is cooked all the way through.
While they’re cooking, make your chosen sauce!