Yummy Fall Treat | Caramel Apple Crescent Rolls

Wednesday, October 6, 2021

     

    It is Fall time and I am here for it. Living in Florida, it is kind of hard to fully enjoy it because the weather does not change that much. However, I make the best of it buy purchasing a few things to bring the season to life in my household lol. Along with decor and "Fall outfits" I like to bake homemade Fall treats. The aroma of anything "Pumpkin, Chai, Apple, or Cinnamon just makes me feel "Fall" I am always on the hunt for new recipes and I found one on Pinterest that looked really yummy. 

    This dessert is called "Caramel Apple Crescent Rolls" and the best part about making this is that it does not require a lot of ingredients. Everything I purchased, was less than $20 at Publix and I am pretty sure you can find these items at any grocery store.  

    
    This recipe calls for simple ingredients. They are very expensive too.

You will need
-Apple Pie Filling & Topping
-Ground Cinnamon
-Hershey's Caramel Syrup
-Original Crescents

    I love doing things with my daughters and they enjoy cooking and baking too. So, when I told them that I wanted to try this dessert for Fall, they were game. 

First things first, you will roll out the crescent rolls. They can make 8 rolls by the way. 
    
    Next, you will place 2-3 Apple filling on each crescent roll. 



    Then, once you're done filling each crescent roll with apple filling, you will then roll up the crescents like the photo above. After you have rolled each one you will place them on a non-stick pan or a glass baking dish like I have. After placing each Crescent roll on the baking dish or pan, you will then drizzle caramel syrup on the rolls. You can put as much or as little as you like. After that, you will sprinkle a small amount of ground cinnamon (Not too much). 

    Now it is time to place these babies in the oven. I had preheated my oven at 400 while I prepped. However, once I placed them in the oven, I lowered it to 350. I let them bake for about 15 minutes. At this point, you can eye ball it. When it's a golden brown color, you can take them out. 


                                                   




        We let these bad boys cool off for 5 minutes and we tried it. Let's just say, our whole place smelled like apple pie and this dessert tasted like a mini apple pie. I highly recommend this treat. If you have kids, they will definitely enjoy making and eating this treat. If you try this recipe, take pictures and tag me on instagram @Elizabethjacasblogs. I would love to see them.

Later Love Bugs,
Elizabeth Jacas










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