Apple-filled crescent rolls

Yesterday's apple pie crescent rolls disappeared quickly, so I'll probably make more today. Because? 

Teens need a lot of food in the summer. Especially when one of the teens is almost 6'5" tall & resembles a string bean. Where do my kids hide their food? The crescent roll dough is filled with fresh apples, cinnamon, & sugar. 

Before baking, brush them with melted butter for a family-friendly fall dessert. Fresh apples & tangy rhubarb fill this crisp. Apple smoothie is a nutritious apple treat. 

Fall simple grated apple tart recipe. Crescent rolls are a savoury or sweet snack when loaded with fruit, meat, or cheese. Next time I'll use peaches or fresh berries in these apple pie crescent rolls. 

There must be many possible combinations, right? Pinterest recipes included tonnes of sugar & cinnamon. Adjust the amount of sugar to your taste. My kids don't like nuts, so I didn't add any. 

This recipe is customizable, but these apple pie crescent rolls disappeared quickly. I prefer crunchy baked apples. If you want softer apples, cook them before stuffing crescent rolls. 

After baking the crescent roll, I added butter, cinnamon, & sugar. Since crescent rolls aren't sweet, I added something to make this dessert-like. Link to an Amazon silicone baking sheet to prevent sticking. 

Nothing sticks to mine. So, I need crescent roll filling recommendations for this week. Apples, brie, & walnuts. And pecans? Who knew? Other easy snack ideas for kids or adults? 

Unroll crescent rolls onto a baking sheet. Place 2 to 3 apple slices at dough's thickest area. 

Cinnamon & sugar apple & dough. Roll out & bake. Bake as directed until golden brown. Cool for a few minutes. Butter-brush. Add cinnamon and sugar. Enjoy!

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