Friday, September 6, 2013

Crescent Roll Apple Pie

I was recently added to (another) an online cooking group.  This particular group consists of people that share common interests in music and also love to cook. Music and cooking. My two favorite things!  Of the many social media cooking groups that I am a part of this one seems to be the most active, I am really enjoying it.

I have "met" some really awesome folks and have gotten several ideas for new recipes. The group is not vegan, however, everyone is respectful of one another's dietary/food choices; I love that. And, I am already thinking about how to veganize some of the non vegan recipes I see posted there- some of them sound really good.

Not too long ago someone posted this "accidentally" vegan recipe for crescent rolls wrapped around an apple.  A little apple pie of sorts.  It really does not get any easier that this and given the reaction by my family (they were more or less devoured) I will declare these a keeper!

I did make a caramel sauce to serve with these.  However, when they finished cooking the caramel sauce had not yet cooled enough to use and they did not last long enough to eventually try with the caramel. Oh well, next time. There definitely will be a next time!

Crescent Roll Apple Pie

1 package Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
1 slice apple per crescent roll (I used Honey Crisp)
Cinnamon Sugar

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Unroll the crescent roll dough and separate on perforations. Sprinkle each triangle generously with cinnamon sugar.  Place an apple slice at the larger end and roll the dough around the apple.

Place on a ungreased cookie sheet and bake for 13-15 minutes or until golden brown.

Allow too cool slightly before serving.


  1. That looks/sounds delicious! And something that the kids could do. Thanks for sharing!

    1. YES! My 15 year old son helped me with these! Nice bonding moment :)