Recipe: Caramel Apple Crescents


These Caramel Apple Crescents are perfect for Fall.    Nothing says Fall like apple and caramel... a terrific breakfast treat that bakes in 15 minutes.
I used a Granny Smith apple.. I like the way the flavor of the tart apple mixes with the sweetness of the caramel.... my taste tester thought a sweeter apple would be better.. so you decide.. use whatever you like.. if you decide on a sweeter apple.. a Golden Delicious would be a good choice.
You won't need the whole apple... so let you little helpers munch on the remainder.
Don't be tempted to use more than a teaspoon of caramel topping in each crescent.... as it is it will run a little... trust me the flavor of the caramel will melt over the inside of the crescent.
Use Hershey's Caramel Topping in the jar... it is a bit thicker than those in a squeeze bottle.
Speaking of running a bit... it's inevitable... so when they come out of the oven be sure to take them immediately off the baking sheet.... and use a good non-stick baking sheet... next time I will also try making it on a parchment paper lined baking sheet...
You use very little butter for these... 1 tablespoon butter melted is plenty.. so use the real thing.. the flavor can't be beat.
I make up a batch of Cinnamon Sugar and have it in a small jar... it's far more economical than buying a ready made mix.  Click here for the recipe.  I didn't use much to top these... maybe about two teaspoons...
Hope you enjoy these!

Recipe:  Caramel Apple Crescents
All you need:
1 Granny Smith apple, peeled and sliced
1 can Pillsbury Big n Buttery Crescent Rolls
Hershey's Caramel Topping
1 tablespoon butter, melted
Cinnamon sugar
All you have to do:
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
Unroll the crescent dough and place a slice of apple at the wide end.  Spread a teaspoon of caramel topping over the apple and a little down the dough (use a measuring spoon to measure the teaspoon of caramel).
Flip the gooey side down of the apple... and roll the crescent up.. gently folding the sides in and pinching them closed.
Place on a non-stick baking sheet.   Brush each with melted butter and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar.
Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown.   Remove immediately from pan.  Cool slightly and serve warm.

Place an apple slice on the wide part of the dough

Spread a teaspoon of caramel topping over the apple slice and down the dough

Flip the gooey side of the apple over

Tuck the ends in


Roll the dough up...

Gently pinch the ends to seal

Brush with melted butter....

Sprinkle with Cinnamon Sugar... and ready for the oven!

mmm.... smells fabulous and lookin' good!

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