By djafishfria on June 06, 2005
"Only 1 WW point each. I love the taste, and these are a good treat that everyone can definitely enjoy, not just dieters. Very addicting."
Serving Size: 1 (187 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"These were very good. I took all the ingredients for the filling and sauted them over low heat just until they started to get soft. Then did everything the same. Next time I may put just a tiny bit of sugar and cinnamon on the top."
"Very yummy! Made just as stated. Topped with a tiny bit of the leftover sugar mixture and a simple white glaze (confectioners sugar and heavy cream). My fianc"
"While these got eaten up, I found that the apple mixture inside the cresent rolls was very dry and not mouth-watering or moist. It's possible that I messed something up, so if you have any suggestions as to how to make them moister I'm all ears! On a positive note, I can say that I found them quick and fun to make!"
"I love your idea of "apple pie" crescent rolls!"
"Tasty and fast! I used a sweet Gala apple, so I omitted the Splenda, and used pumpkin pie spice. Very good- thanks for sharing!"
"These were good but not quite as excellent as I had hoped for. I used white sugar and extra pumpkin pie spice in place of the cinnamon. I found it nearly impossible to make little crescents; what worked better for me was to make a three-armed octopus shape out of each triangle, put the apple filling in the center, and then pull the arms over the top and pinch to secure. The bundles came out really pretty. Next time I will either sprinkle sugar over the top of the bundles or press sugar into the dough before I add the filling--the dough was a little too salty as it was."
"These were really good! After weeks of dieting DH needed something sweet and he really enjoyed these. Thanks for sharing! I will make these again."
"I fixed this due to an abundance of apples and my husband and daughter loved it! I used 1/2 tsp. regular sugar instead of Splenda. Thanks Hugce!"