- 1 Granny Smith apple (small, peeled, cored, cut into 8, 1/2-inch slices)
- 8 ounces refrigerated crescent dinner rolls (Pillsbury®)
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- 1/3 cup brown sugar (packed)
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon nutmeg
- coconut oil
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Emily 10 days ago
I cut the nutmeg in half, but that was just a personal preference!
Dawn 11 days ago
These are great mini apple pie-ish desserts! We added some whipped cream.
Kim 16 days ago
Very quick an easy dessert
Kristie Farmer 17 Aug
i halved the nutmeg and brushed the inside of the crescent with butter. They were fantastic and so easy!
Jennifer 3 Aug
Maybe less nutmeg would be better
Pam 30 Jul
Really good!!! But 12 mins was not long enough at least in my oven. I had to go an additional 6 mins
Sarah P. 26 Jul
Easy and good. I took the advice of other reviews and made the apples super thin
We did not care for this recipe. If I were to do it again, I would make the apples into shoe string sizes as they were too bulky as is.
Rylan 21 Jul
They turned out wonderful! I strongly suggest you peal the apple first. Don't be lazy like me lol.
Marylou 26 Jun
Like thebesr apple pie
Billi Carrington 24 Jun
very easy! not too sweet but just right. went over quite well with the family. will be making again!
Keating 18 Jun
more apples next time
Robin 29 May
Awesome, can't wait to fix again!!!
Sara Neville 25 May
this was amazing!!! so easy to make! would make this again and again!!
Hannah Haviland 10 May
Super good! I would definitely make it again. The crescents were a little bit mushy, but the awesome taste made up for it.
Eva Gamertsfelder 9 May
Might try these again but the nutmeg was too powerful. Will do just cinnamon and sugar next time and cut the nutmeg and brown sugar out. Only ended up eating one or two and wasting the rest.
Thomas Greaves 29 Apr
It was so good I made it for my family and it was good
Lisa P. 18 Apr
Very yummy. I will make them again
Brian 16 Apr
Sue S 11 Apr
Awesome breakfast treat - doubled the recipe and they all went! I used cinnamon sugar from penzies- great substitute for plain cinnamon!
Jodi 10 Apr
Awesome! Kids LOVED it too. Served it along an egg bake.
Candace 31 Mar
Very yummy. Family loved them.
Jess 25 Mar
Amazing dish! I wanted to try something new and I'm a sucker for anything apple so this was perfect. Took no time at all to prep and bake! Would suggest a little bit of vanilla ice cream to compliment the warm, gooey crescent.
healthyliving 12 Mar
whey to good.Incredible is the word for this awsome Apple Crescent.
V 16 May 2017
Unfortunately the apples didn't soften, would need to cut smaller next time. Also the amount of nutmeg is a bit overpowering. I mean I'll still eat the whole batch :) but would change up the recipe if making again.
Chef 30 Dec 2016
So easy to make! It tasted like old fashioned apple pie. So yummy. My family enjoyed these. Definitely making them again.
Mel 7 Nov 2016
Tasted super yummy! Not too sweet which is great! I agree about peeling the apples! But I also think that's dependent on the person
Michele R. 31 Oct 2016
These taste like you are eating your own individual apple pie. So very tasty and easy to make the only thing I would do differently would be to peel the apple.
Teresa C. 1 Oct 2016
These taste just like apple pie and they are extremely easy to prepare. I used McIntosh apples. Excellent!