This Easy Recipe Will Make Any Busy Morning Feel like a Holiday
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This Easy Recipe Will Make Any Busy Morning Feel like a Holiday

Whoever said you should leave sweets for last obviously doesn’t know how to live life on the edge. Like anything else, it’s best to take the rules with a grain of salt and bend them in the direction you are going. But seriously, there is no reason why sweets shouldn’t be part of the dinner table. Sweet potatoes are basically a dessert when covered in marshmallows and brown sugar, amiright? The thing is, while everyone loves a good bread basket, it can sometimes be boring when it’s just bread and butter. So instead, elevate the croissant rolls that you get from the grocers’ freezer by adding a little bit of apple, a pinch of cinnamon and a whole lot of love. These guys are festive for the season while still kind of being “healthy.” Look, it’s best to believe whatever you want, because it will be hard to just have one.

Ingredients:

— 1-2 apples

— 1 package crescent rolls

— 1/2 cup water

— 1/4 cup butter

— 2 teaspoons cornstarch

— 1/2 cup brown sugar

— 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon (ground)

Instructions: 

1.  Cut the apples into bite-sized chunks (you may leave the skin on or off).

2. Mix together cornstarch and water and put aside for later.

3. In a skillet, add butter and let it melt.

4. Add sliced apples to the skillet and let them sauté for 5-8 minutes (or until slightly soft).

5. After apples are slightly soft, add cinnamon, brown sugar and cornstarch. Constantly stir for the next few minutes and then pull off the stove.

6. In a separate bowl, mix together butter and cinnamon.

7. On a baking sheet covered in foil, break apart the crescent rolls and carefully add a few apples to the thicker end of the dough.

8. Roll them up carefully and, if you like, dress them with the butter and cinnamon mixture.

9. After they’re rolled up, place them in the oven at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for 10 minutes.

Cut up the apples into bit-sized chunks (you may leave the skin on or off).

Mix together cornstarch and water and put aside for later.

In a skillet, add butter and let it melt. Add sliced apples to the skillet and let them sauté for 5-8 minutes (or until slightly soft). After the apples are slightly soft, add in cinnamon, brown sugar and cornstarch. Constantly stir for the next few minutes and then pull off the stove.

In a separate bowl, mix together butter and cinnamon.

On a baking sheet covered in foil, break apart the crescent rolls and carefully add a few apples to the thicker end of the dough.

Roll them up carefully and, if you like, dress them with the butter and cinnamon mixture.

After they are all rolled up, place them in the oven at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for 10 minutes.

Feel free to eat any leftover cooked apples :)

Are you going to serve these apple crescent rolls at your next dinner party? Let us know in the comments below!