11 Reviews

Excellent and so easy! I usually have these ingredients on hand.

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icandoit185 October 25, 2013

This was wonderful! I only had one fresh apple, so I used a 16oz can of Fuji apples instead (just the actual apples, I left the goopy stuff behind). The lemon is definitely very strong in this, but I think it went really well with the apples. I also used a can of the "big and buttery" crescent rolls, so the dough sheet was just the right size without having to fold it before filling. It was especially nice how quickly this came together. Wondering how good this would be with a cream cheese filling in place of the apples...? Thanks for posting! Made for the Emerald City Shakers for ZWT7

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Muffin Goddess June 24, 2011

Took this to a cookout and brought home an empty plate. I plan to make another again to take to work later this week. Made by a fellow Spoonie for Zwt6.

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Ma Field June 06, 2010

Oh YUM!!! This was absolutely delicious!! The crescent rolls make quick work of this recipe, so I was able to have it on the table in just under an hour. I used Fuji apples and the full 1 tsp. lemon rind in the glaze. The apple and lemon flavors work very well together. This was truly bakery quality!! Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe...it is definitely a keeper!! *Made for ZWT6 X-tra Hot Dishes*

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Bayhill June 06, 2010

The lemon was totally overpowering in this, and I didn't think the flavors went very well together. My hubby was in agreement and we ended up throwing out most of it.

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Baking Bunny March 12, 2010

This is easy, fast, and tasted wonderful. My husband and daughter polished off the whole thing this morning while it was still warm. The only thing I did different was to add a few candied almonds on the top after baking for presentation. With or without the almonds this is quite an impressive dessert. Thanks for the recipe.

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Cilantro in Canada November 11, 2007

I'd give this more than 5 stars if I could. The taste is so unbelievable and it's easy to make. I think next time I will make it with puff pastry for a bit more crunch, but I will also make it this way again. It's a definite keeper.

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FunWorld123 June 21, 2007

This was sooooo easy! We don't get canned rolls here in Oz so I used a frozen puff pastry sheet instead which worked really well. DH and I ended up eating the whole lot ourselves - loved the combo of lemon & apple and the way the apple coating turns almost into a sauce. Made for ZWT3

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westivan June 19, 2007

This looked so good I had to try it. My eyes didn't deceive me. lol. Delicious,and so quick and easy too. I used brown sugar,because I didn't have any white and added some walnut crumbs raisins and cinnamon. I'll definitly be making this again thank you.

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Marlitt May 02, 2007

Well, Charmie, I didn't skip the glaze... adds so much to the taste. (forgetaboutdahips) This is a sensational recipe...so easy--and bakery quality. Love this!!! Made for PAC Sprg.07

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Caroline Cooks April 30, 2007
Lemon Apple Braid