This was one of the easiest, fastest desserts I have ever made.


On an impulse, I bought these cinnamon apples at the grocery store. They looked really tasty and we had just eaten at Cracker Barrel earlier that weekend and I was still kicking myself for forgoing the fried apples they have there.  This was my substitute.  After my brain took back over where my stomach left off…I realized I didn’t really want to serve these as is for dinner.  My husband kids wouldn’t eat anything else I made if I did that!  So here came these guys.  I always have crescent rolls on hand in case we need pigs in a blanket or pizza pockets, or just rolls with dinner!


Ingredients needed:

  • Apples
  • 1 tube refrigerated crescent rolls  (will make 8 desserts)
  • cinnamon/sugar

Start out by unrolling your crescent roll dough and separate into triangles.  I added a dollop of apples to the center and then rolled/folded/gathered the dough around to form a little pocket.


Generously sprinkle with cinnamon-sugar. Yes, be generous!


Bake according to directions on package directions (375 for 11-13 minutes)



All the cute plates were packed away and by the time I got these out of the oven, there was not much time to take pictures!  The boys had them gone in no time!


We ate these as is but I was wishing I had some vanilla ice-cream to accompany!  So easy!  I will definitely make these again!  I love easy desserts!

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  1. Scot

    That looks nice! Plus points for it being easy to prepare.

  2. This only goes to show that I shouldn’t be on the internet when I am hungry. Apple stuff is my fave!

    • No kidding Paula! Apple stuff is my favorite also! That’s why I love these so much…so easy and they feed the Apple Hunger :)

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