Apple & Brown Sugar Crescent Rolls

Since I am plauged with the “no bake” gene I’m always looking for ways to satisfy a sweet tooth AND avoid measuring flour. Crescent rolls are a great way to cheat your way to a perfect dessert.

Crescent rolls are usually know for holding little pigs in their blanket, but the flavor possibilities are really endless. For a sweet version I baked gala apples, added some splenda brown sugar and some walnut pieces.

Crescent rolls

1 red apple

approx 2 Tbsp of splenda brown sugar (regular brown sugar is fine too)

1/4 cup of crushed walnuts

 

Peel and slice the apples. Bake for 6 minutes at 350 degrees. Remove from heat. Roll apples, a pinch of splenda brown sugar and a couple pieces of walnut in to each roll. Bake for 12 minutes.

 

 

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  • Leo

    I am so trying this! ;)

  • Mel

    I am so going to try this. I also do not have the baking gene either.

  • Lisa

    I’m going to make these to go with the snacks I put out before Thanksgiving dinner. People come early to watch the football games and these will go well with the hummus & veggies and chips & dip, etc. as a sweet treat. I love your recipes. Can’t wait for the cookbook!

  • http://twitter.com/44sjr44 Amie S.

    Going to try soon. Looks simple and delicious!

  • http://www.facebook.com/Stephie.A.K.A.noodle Stephanie Snyder

    Thank you miss Haylie, now im hungry… But on the bright side, now i know a new crescent roll snack i can make! I just love those things, so simple and easy, and u can do anything with them! I imagine the smell of this stuff just flows around everywhere when it comes out fresh, too..

  • Diane Sz

    I am going to do this with pecans also. And with dried cherries instead of apples some time. I would love a dab of lf cream cheese in each one! Yum! Imagine the possibilities!!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/dale.a.baldwin Dale Adkins Baldwin

    i have to try this, my mouth is watering just reading this recipe,,, TY Haylie