I'm pretty much a crescent roll convert. They're pretty, they taste delicious, and you can fill them with just about anything. Remember these ham and cheese crescent rolls? Yep, Anna pinned them from this blog and they got repinned 289 times overnight. Such is the power of the crescent roll.
I usually make my own dough, but when in a pinch (or a very lazy mood) the Pillsbury ones from a can are pretty darn good. As long as you don't mind the sheer moment of terror when you have to pop it open. For the love, I freak out every time.
Place dough triangles on a large baking sheet
Slice a peeled apple into one inch wedges
Melt half a cube of butter.
Mix in one tablespoon brown sugar, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, dash of nutmeg to the butter
Toss apple wedges in butter mixture
Roll one apple wedge in a crescent triangle
Coat top of roll with some butter from the mixture
Bake in 375 F oven for 12 minutes.
I love that this is the first "Fall food" I made this year. I used the apples I picked from Apple Hill, which made it even more special. And since these babies aren't too sweet, they'd go great with a cup of cocoa or hot apple cider.
As my friend Lizzie would say: "It's like having Fall in your mouth."