Apple Crescent Ring

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Apple Crescent Ring is the perfect hot breakfast – takes minutes to make, looks gorgeous – you’re going to LOVE it!

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Holiday food is what we all dream of right? But, Holiday food makes us all crazy with the constant in the kitchen for days. You guys – holiday food doesn’t have to be hard! You don’t have to spend years in the kitchen, you can make a tasty treat like an Apple Crescent Ring in minutes – I have the recipe below but first let’s talk about our Holiday Traditions!

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One of my first stops for holiday baking/cooking is my Betty Crocker Cookbook! And guess what? I just got a new one (some updates – you guys go get it I LOVE IT!). There are some awesome home made ideas in there and you know it has the recipes your mom and grandmom made you. Family Baking/Cooking at it’s best! YUM!

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My next stop when planning my attack on food? General Mills. You guys we don’t have to do everything from scratch. Let the professionals at General Mills help you out! I LOVE the products that General Mills gives me to keep the holiday traditions SIMPLE, DELISH, and FUN! If the baking becomes no fun? My kids won’t want to do it with me anymore!

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^The Great COOKIE Tradition!

I hear you saying Heather…come on really? Well you guys – I use General Mills and I make “Semi-Homemade” and no one knows. It’s our secret! Apple Crescent Ring could take FOREVER or it could take minutes. Crescent Rolls are so incredibly awesome that everyone LOVES this breakfast. I trust General Mills (I mean they’ve been doing this for 150 years). I trust Pillsbury to always be awesome. My Holiday Traditions are NOT complete without  Pillsbury, Betty Crocker and Chex (um hello we have to have Chex Mix!!). YUM.

 So before we get baking let’s take care of some business shall we? Yup this you’re going to want to read! Thanks to General Mills? We have a GIVE AWAY! It’s SO easy to enter you guys!!! Celebrate them this holiday season by sharing the #HolidayTraditions they have helped inspire by posting a comment AND sharing on social for your chance to win a Betty Crocker Big Red Cookbook and a $25 Visa gift card. That’s right. Just comment on this blog post, Share on Facebook, Twitter or any other social media outlet about this post (there are share buttons at the bottom to make it EASY – Pin the Apple Crescent Ring Recipe you know you want to save it anyways) and you’re entered to WIN! LOVE LOVE LOVE (And thanks General Mills!)

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OOOHH We’re going to get baking here – but you guys make sure to go to General Mills on Twitter and Instagram, use the hashtag #HolidayTraditions with a picture of YOUR holiday tradition! I can’t wait to see them all! Tag Who Needs a Cape too! Need some inspiration for Holiday Traditions? Follow this link!

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 To make Apple Crescent Ring you’re going to need:

2 Packages of Crescent Rolls
1 Can of Apple Pie Filling
1/2 C Powdered Sugar
1 – 2 Tbsp Milk

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Preheat your oven to 375 degrees

Using crescents, make a ring on a circle cooking plate (pizza plate worked great)
Press ends together to ensure a full ring (unbroken in the middle) leaving the ends of the crescent rolls alone
Along the center ring, place apple pie filling. Careful not too much or it will leak out.
Fold ends of rolls up and press together

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Bake for 15-20 minutes until crescent ring is lightly brown
While ring is cooling mix together sugar and milk to make a simple frosting
Drizzle frosting over crescent ring and serve

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All that’s left to do? ENJOY!

Make sure to leave a comment and share this post on Social Media for your chance to win our Give AWAY!

Apple Crescent Ring

Ingredients

  • 2 Packages of Crescent Rolls
  • 1 Can of Apple Pie Filling
  • 1/2 C Powdered Sugar
  • 1 - 2 Tbsp Milk

Instructions

  1. Preheat Oven to 375 degrees
  2. See Pictures above
  3. Using crescents, make a ring on a circle cooking plate (pizza plate worked great)
  4. Press ends together to ensure a full ring (unbroken in the middle) leaving the ends of the crescent rolls alone
  5. Along the center ring, place apple pie filling. Careful not too much or it will leak out.
  6. Fold ends of rolls up and press together
  7. Bake for 15-20 minutes until crescent ring is lightly brown
  8. While ring is cooling mix together sugar and milk to make a simple frosting
  9. Drizzle frosting over crescent ring and serve
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Comments

  1. My youngest boys just discovered that they like cooked apples. This would be perfect for Christmas breakfast

  2. My mouth is watering right now!! It looks SO delicious!

  3. This sounds so good! I love your little helpers. My kids are just starting to be interested in helping out in the kitchen, it is a lot of fun.

  4. This would last about 5 minutes in my house! It looks so good!

  5. Tina Dawson says:

    I have been dying to make these – my mouth waters just looking at them. Besides, I am having my nephews over this week. It’ll be fun to bake these with them! thanks so much!

  6. This looks amazing and incredibly easy to make! I will have to try this soon!

  7. That seems like such a delicious dessert! I need to ty it sometime

  8. Ladies, this looks amazing! And so easy to make. What’s not to love about this Apple Crescent Ring! Thanks for the recipe!

  9. It is nice to have a couple of recipes that is easy to make and tastes delicious! This apple crescent ring will be a great breakfast idea or gathering to serve with tea. Super giveaway. Love Betty Crocker cookbooks!

  10. Elizabeth O. says:

    YUM! This looks absolutely lovely and it’s something that the kids will love as well. I wouldn’t mind making this because it’s easy and it’s really festive!

  11. Christina Aliperti says:

    This looks so good and so easy to make. It would be gone in minutes in this house!

  12. This looks delicious! I enjoy baking from scratch, but shortcuts are nice sometimes!

  13. Wow, this is absolutely looks yummy and a perfect snack with the kids

  14. Ah! I am so glad I found this…. I needed this recipe for our Christmas party!!! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU! 🙂

  15. Oh wow! This apple crescent ring is mindblowingly good. I love all things apple as well and this looks divine!

  16. Oo yes please! I need to try this out!

  17. Crescent dough is sooo good!! What a great easy recipe!! I too love getting the kiddos involved in the holiday baking… such fun memories!

  18. Tami Qualls says:

    This looks so delicious, I think I’ll skip lunch and get busy making it. Apple desserts is a weakness of mine.

  19. Looks great. So apple pie filling is the apples ready to go? If so this is super simple!

    • YES 😉 It’s a complete cheat – you could get some apples and sugar and put them in a pan until soft – this just makes it go faster 😉

  20. What an awesome recipe idea! I must give this a try for Christmas brunch!

  21. Teresa Kunberger says:

    oh snazzy those look delish! I want some. I love apples!

  22. I am making this! It looks so simple and delicious perfect to make with the grand kids! I love apple anything!

  23. This apple crescent rings looks amazing! My mom used to have a Betty Crocker cookbook and it had the best recipes. YUM!

  24. This is so yummy and the recipe is not too hard to do.. The kids enjoying making this.

  25. These look so good!! I love a good apple pie and this looks like something my kids would have fun making as well!

  26. Theresa Sutton says:

    This looks so delicious and easy! I would love to make this with my kids.

  27. You make it looks so easy! Love a simple and easy baking and I’m going to try this. Thanks for the recipe. The apple crescent ring looks yummy!

  28. I’ve made cherry danish rings like this before, but for some reason, I’ve never made it with apple. I have some home-canned pie filling in the pantry, so I’ll try it soon.

  29. I would love to learn how to work more with crescent rolls. This looks delicious!

  30. This is very pretty breakfast and I love how easy it is. I can only imagine the amazing recipes in the cookbook, great giveaway.

  31. Oh wow! The Apple Crescent Ring looks delicious. It looks like the kids really enjoyed helping out.

  32. What an easy Christmas breakfast idea! I could go for a slice right now!

  33. So easy and perfect for Christmas morning for breakfast!

  34. This looks so easy and yummy! What a twist on Pillsbury crescents.

  35. Keri justice says:

    This looks so tasty!!! I would love to add this to our Christmas morning breakfast, it would for sure be a hit, and it’s easy for Mom to make!

  36. This looks so yummy and easy to make! Perfect for a little one to help out.

  37. This looks so yummy and really fun to make to! Thankyou for sharing 🙂

  38. This brings back some holiday memories, for sure! I cannot believe there’s an updated version of the cookbook. I definitely need to check it out, now. Thank you for sharing.

  39. Ok this apple cresent breakfast looks absolutely delicious and I am loving it

  40. Elizabeth p says:

    I love this recipe – it is so easy but it tastes so delicious!

  41. Adding some chopped pecans and cranberries would kick this up a notch or two. Nuts make everything better.

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