When I was making another recipe, Super Easy Puff Pastry Apple Strudel, I realized I forgot to review this one! I made these for our Memorial Day family reunion, and they were a HUGE hit! My only change was to roll them up from the long side, and cut them into bite sized mini rolls, place on a baking sheet, then drizzle the caramel apple topping from a tip cut in a sandwich bag across the top. They were pretty and delicious! I made half with pecans, half with no nuts. They were a big hit and a real make again! I baked them at 375 for about 14 minutes and they were perfect. Thanks for another winner Kitten!
These were easy enough. I made them for my husband before work. However, They didn't "Look" like I expected. The crescents didn't appear done enough...they were doughy. I don't know what I could have done, possibly cook longer, but they started to get very dark on the top and I didn't want them burnt.
These were very good and my family devoured these in no time! I did omit the nuts because my one son doesn't care for them, but I will make these again soon with them. They are so very easy when you want something sweet to eat!
Kit my friend thank you for so many wonderful recipes, made this for Sunday breakfast it took such little time to make and the rolls turned out so delicious, will make this many times again. thank you.
These are super easy and make a great breakfast treat. I didn't have the caramel apple dip and substituted caramel ice cream topping which worked fine. I did sprinkle some pecans over the caramel before placing the rolls on top. They were done in the time specified and were quickly devoured.