Baked Apple Pie Poppers

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I like to call these ‘keep’em coming back’ Apple Pie Poppers.  They are so yummy everyone will be coming back for seconds or begging you to make more!  They have a delicious apple pie filling surrounded with a flaky crust,  smothered in cinnamon sugar and drizzled with caramel sauce!

Apple Pie Poppers

You can also serve them warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!

Cinnamon coated apple pie poppers

crescent rolls
 Ingredients

Pinch together perforation so that is becomes one piece.

Then cut in half and add 1 teaspoon of apple pie filling in the center.  Fold up edges and roll to form a ball.

Drizzle with caramel sauce.

 caramel sauce

Indulge!

Apple pie bites

Apple Pie Poppers

Yields 8 rolls

Apple Pie Poppers. Made with pie crust and apple pie filling.

5 minPrep Time

10 minCook Time

15 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 1 Can Apple Pie Filling
  • 1 Tube Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
  • Cinnamon and Sugar-Equal amounts mixed together
  • Caramel topping
  • Ice Cream optional

Instructions

  1. Unroll crescent rolls. Pinch together perforated marking so that it is one big square. Cut in half and add 1 teaspoon of apple pie fulling in the center.
  2. Fold over ends and wrap up and roll up until it has formed a ball.
  3. Roll in cinnamon and sugar mixture.
  4. Bake at 350 for about 10 minutes.
  5. Let cool then drizzle with caramel sauce or
  6. serve warm with vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce.
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24 Comments

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  6. I'm with Helen on this. Do you roll out the whole tube as one or each individual crescent? and then fill?
    • Each individual one...you separate the perforations so that you have 4 squares...then cut those squares in half and fill with filling. :) Does that make sense?
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  8. Yum, these look amazing! Stomach is growling :)
  9. These look amazingly delicious! How do you not eat 20 at a time? LOL Thx for sharing. Pinning!
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  12. I am just wondering how one tsp. of filling is going to work. Dd I read the direcions incorrectly?
  13. These look delicious! Thanks for sharing! :)
  14. Oh wow! These look fantastic!!! Adelemamabrown.blogspot.com
  15. Those look so good and I love that you don't need a fork to eat them!
  16. So glad I saw these on the Cast Party Hop. Yummy!
  17. I love crescent roll recipes, this one sounds especially delicious and easy with only 3 ingredients.
  18. Oh YUM! What a great recipe! Id love for you to link up with Life Created link party; this week's party is now live :) Erin www.theviewfromfiveten.com
  19. Wow! This looks delish and so easy with only 3 ingredients!  I'd  love to have you link this to Titus 2 Tuesday this week on Cornerstone Confessions.. I hope to see you there.  Kathy

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