These easy apple pie bites I made using chilled croissant rolls and apple pie filling
were a huge success with my family the last holiday season.
Am I the only one ready for fall, cooler temperatures and delicious holiday recipes like this?
Yes, they are super delicious, but I love them too because they are so easy to make. I love the versatility of Pillsbury Crescents. There are so many delicious recipes you can make with it.
I never really thought about using croissant rolls for dessert before making these easy apple pie bites!
Apple pie bites
The glaze really sends these miniature apple pies on top of it by adding a whiff of extra sweetness to an already delicious treat.
Check out my fun instructional video below to see exactly how I make these delicious little bites of Crescent Roll Apple Pie.
You see, I told you it was an easy recipe!
Next time I make this recipe, I'll try to use a cherry pie filling instead!
I have to admit that I’m really excited about the fall and the approaching holiday season. I am one of those crazy people who like to start listening to Christmas music in October! I know it's only in August, but maybe I should just make a pan of these easy apple pie bites this weekend. They are so wonderful with a cup of hot coffee!
If you decide to whirl this recipe, be sure to come back and let me know what you thought about it in the comments section below. You will also want to be sure to pin this recipe so you don't lose sight of it!
If you like this recipe, you will also want to discover my incredible fondant pumpkin cookies and my famous crunchy pumpkin cake! Also, don't miss my amazing peanut butter pie.
2 boxes Pillsbury Orignial Cresent Rolls
1 can (21 oz) apple pie filling
1 cup caster sugar
1-2 tablespoons of milk
Preheat the oven to 375 f
Lightly spray a muffin pan with nonstick cooking spray. Unroll the rolls present and separate the corners. One at a time, place the widest part of the dough in the muffin pan. Add about a tablespoon of apple pie filling. Pull the dough around the pie filling starting with the two shortest corners, then pull the long corner. I was not worried about filling the gaps.
Once the pan is full, sprinkle lightly with cinnamon sugar. Bake for 13 to 15 minutes, it took 15 minutes in my oven.
Place the mold on a cooling rack until it is hot enough to handle.
Mix the powdered sugar and milk until smooth.
Remove the apple pie crusts from the pan and put them back on the grill, I placed parchment paper under the grill. With a spoon sprinkle with the glaze.