Apple Dumpling Roll-Ups
Total TimePrep: 35 min. Bake: 45 min. + standing
I was wondering if anyone has made these with yeast cinnamon roll dough. Hubby doesn't care for biscuits all that much. Thank you. I am looking forward to making these.
didn't work so well for me with Pillsbury Grands. I followed the recipe and they are great even though I really do not like making dough - so spoliled! It really is a great and well received recipe
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Made this for the first time Thanksgiving weekend. Cobblers and more issue is filled with great recipes. I did a quick version by purchasing 2 Pillsbury Grands cinnamon rolls. Unrolled them and added the chopped apple, then rolled back up. Added the sauce as directed. I baked for 30 minutes and they were perfect. I’ll be making these often.
I haven't made this yet!
I agree with the reviewers who found the dough to be very sticky, a little difficult to handle, BUT, as one of my nephews said, "this is outstanding". will make this again. Thank you.
I haven't made this recipe. I just wanted to say that neither has delowenstein! She made so many major changes the only thing her dessert has in common with this recipe is they both contain apples and produce a pastry. For all the changes, her rating is irrelevant. So why couldn't she go ahead and give it 5 stars?
I thought these would be really good, but I was a little disappointed since they seemed more bready than I was expecting. I halved the recipe and then used a little less apples and brown sugar than called for, so that's probably my fault. The bake time seemed too long as they came out a little tough for my taste. Obviously others liked it, so it has potential, but if I tried this again, I would make some changes.
These were delicious, even though I made them gluten-free and the syrup-making got interrupted mid-stream by the dog having a seizure! I used a gluten-free flour blend, doubled the baking powder and added a little xanthan gum and fruit pectin, about a tablespoon of whey protein isolate and two eggs to make the dough. I also subbed corn starch for the flour in the syrup. The wheat-tolerant members of the family also pronounced these "keepers"!