Apple Crescent Braid

apple crescent braidI recently picked up some crescent rolls on sale.  I managed to hide them from the teens who could eat an entire container per boy.  I originally planned to make a breakfast pizza with them, but the idea was pooh-poohed by the general populous of our house, so I made dessert instead. Apple Crescent BraidFor some reason, no one in the house ever complains about dessert, go figure!   I needed something quick and was too tired to make anything from scratch.  I went to the pantry and grabbed a can of pie filling.  Here is the result.  The kids said it tasted a lot like toaster strudels, which I guess it was, only fit for one giant, or a family.

Apple Filled Crescent Braid
I think this would be great with just about any fruit, added nuts and raisins, or whatever sounds good to you!  Apple just happens to be my family’s favorite flavor as a whole.  Some individuals prefer cherry and others like blueberry, but everyone agrees that apple is good.

Apple Filled Crescent Braid

Apple Crescent Braid
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Ingredients
  • 2 pkg Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
  • 1 can apple pie filling
  • ½ cup powdered sugar
Instructions
  1. Open the two crescent roll sheets and place on a cookie sheet.
  2. Pinch the two sheets together so it's one big sheet.
  3. Spread can of pie filling down the middle third of the crescent roll dough.
  4. Cut 1 inch strips along both sides of the dough.
  5. Fold dough over and braid down the middle.
  6. Bake 20 minutes in a 375 degree oven.
  7. Cool on the pan.
  8. Combine powdered sugar with a little water, just to make a pourable glaze.
  9. Drizzle glaze over braid.

 

11 thoughts on “Apple Crescent Braid

  1. >Great idea…and creative thinking on your part. Mister Linky is up for this week's Crock Pot Wednesday. I hope you will join us.

  2. >Goodness!! Look wonderful!! I have crescent rolls in the fridge. Guess I will be pinching those seams! LOL! Thanks.

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