Thursday, November 28, 2013

My Thanksgiving Contribution - Apples in a Blanket

I'm not up to doing a lot with Thanksgiving this year, but I've found a desert so easy even I can do it! I'm calling them Apples in a Blanket. I wasn't going off a recipe or anything so didn't use exact measurements but I used one apple (cut into 8 slices by an apple slicer), one thing of crescent rolls, one tablespoon of butter, about one tablespoon of brown sugar, and about half a tablespoon of cinnamon. 

Then I put it all in a microwave safe bowl and stuck it in the microwave for two minutes, stirring every 30 seconds or so. The apples won't be in the oven long enough to cook so they need to get pretty soft first. I think next time I'll do three minutes because they were still a bit firm. 

Then I rolled out half the crescent rolls and spread the butter, brown sugar, cinnamon sauce on them. If you do all of them at the same time they'll be too gooey to roll up later. You can use a pastry brush if you want but I just used the back of my half tablespoon. 

Then stick an apple slice at the big end of each crescent roll.

Roll them up and then do the same thing to the other half of rolls.  Spread a little more of the sauce on the top of each one.

Cook them in the oven according to the crescent roll directions. I think mine were in the oven for 11 minutes. Give them a minute to cool and that's it, they're done! Easy peasy! 

Happy Thanksgiving everyone from me, Josh, Scotty, and Dobby!

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