Baked Apple Pie Roll Ups


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Baked Apple Pie Roll Ups

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Yummy warm crispy bundles of apple pie! <3

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These are super simple to put together and taste amazing, seriously!  Nothing this easy should be allowed to taste this good!

While I used apple pie filling, you can fill them with whatever you’d like including cream cheese & sugar or cherry pie filling.

My daughter and I had a blast putting these together… and she loves to help me style my photos.  While I rarely include these, I thought it would be fun for you to have a little behind the scenes peek at her helping me set up in the photo studio!  She was changing the angles of the plate and helping choose backgrounds.

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Baked Apple Pie Roll Ups

Rating: 51

Baked Apple Pie Roll Ups

Ingredients

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  • 10 slices white bread
  • 1 can apple pie filling
  • 1/3 cup melted butter
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Cut the crusts off your bread and roll each slice flat with a rolling pin. Combine cinnamon and sugar on a small plate.
  3. Pour the apple pie filling onto a plate and chop it so the pieces are smaller. Put about 2 tablespoons apple pie filling on each slice of bread and roll up.
  4. Dip each piece into melted butter (I poured a tiny bit of butter into a "butter dish" and just rolled in there) and then roll in the cinnamon sugar.
  5. Place seam side down on a parchment lined pan and bake 15 minutes or until browned and crispy. Serve warm.
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Baked Apple Pie Roll Ups

Ingredients:

10 slices white bread
1 can apple pie filling
1/3 cup melted butter
1/2 cup sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Cut the crusts off your bread and roll each slice flat with a rolling pin. Combine cinnamon and sugar on a small plate.
Pour the apple pie filling onto a plate and chop it. Put about 2 tablespoons apple pie filling on each slice of bread and roll up.
Dip each piece into melted butter (I poured a tiny bit of butter into a “butter dish” and just rolled in there) and then into the cinnamon sugar.
Place seam side down on a parchment lined pan and bake 15 minutes or until browned and crispy. Serve warm.

 

 

Adapted from Fashionably Foodie


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Comments

  1. francie workman says

    Couldn’t you do the same thing with thin small flour tortillas? We don’t buy white bread and I think the tortillas would be just as easy and get the same effect.

    • Marty says

      I made this with flour tortillas and they were wonderful…..I put them in a glass baking dish and aked them together and about 15 minutes before they were done I made a carmel sauce and poured over them and finish baking….they were gone before anyone could get seconds….please try them they are to die for

      • jacki says

        I’ve made a simple Carmel recipe and it’s good! Take a can of sweet condensed milk eagle brand put the can unopened in a small crockpot cover with water on low for 6 to 8 hours!! That’s the best way to make Carmel no mess!!

        • Mary says

          Caramel out of sweetened condensed milk? Never heard of it. I don’t understand how it could taste like carmel. In light me!lol!

          • Sue Boudreaux says

            eagle brand or generic sweetened condensed milk are high in sugar… boiling the can causes the sugars in it to caramelize…

          • jj says

            Actually it doesn’t really taste like caramel sauce. IMHO it tastes a bit odd. I did the boil in the can thing and didn’t like it at all. A bit chalky tasting. Maybe it would do in a pinch if one was too lazy to make a proper caramel sauce, but then there is no accounting for taste, especially other people’s.

          • chacha says

            YES it does carmelize beautifully and I have done it many times. Just like DULCE DE LECHE. I HAVE BOUGHT THE DDL AND SAME AS BOILING IT. ITS AWESOMEEEEEEEE

          • Michelle says

            I have also been doing this for years and it is the best caramel you will ever eat….hands down. You do need to be careful and totally wait until the can cools before opening it. If you think about it, condensed milk is milk and sugar….perfect combo for caramel. Enjoy.

          • Donna says

            I made caramel out of the condensed milk by placing the can in a pan covered with water and kept it boiling for 4 hours and it was the best caramel I have ever tasted! I think I will try it with the crock pot since that sounds a lot easier. Try it and then enjoy your luscious, creamy fantastic caramel.

    • Rose says

      I am sure you can try it with a tortilla. This is actually an old time recipe. I have it from my dear aunt who passed away 32 years ago. You can also use different fillings. The bread was used instead of having to make a dough.

    • says

      I make something similar using tortillas all the time! Super easy ~ I make my own apple pie filling, put a Tbsp. or so in middle of small tortilla, and fold up envelope-style. I put them on my stoneware baking sheet, spread the tops with some melted butter and sprinkle cinnamon-sugar on top. Bake at 350 for 20 min. or so. Delicious!

    • carol snyder says

      I used to buy a tortilla rolled around apple pie filling from Schwans home delivery. they were basically the same thing except deep fried.

    • Cathy says

      You can use tortillas… we in Texas do it all the time, roll them up in a pan like enchiladas and bake…. YUMMY!

  2. Alicia says

    I tried it with tortillas, but I didn’t care for them and neither did my husband. Would love to know if anyone else tries them. I love cinnamon anything usually!

  3. Bev says

    I wonder what it would taste like with wheat bread. We don’t eat a lot of bread but when we do, it is wheat. If anyone tries this, I would be curious to hear what you think.

    • Sunna says

      There doesn’t have to be a waste. Make crusts into bread crumbs for meatloaf, use for stuffing, or toss outside for the birds in the cold weather. Either way these are made are great. I’ve also used Peach, Apricot & Cherry pie filling bc I’m not the biggest apple pie fan. All are wonderful!!

  4. Mela says

    Made these just before supper. While we ate, I popped them in the oven. So when supper was cleared up these were just warm enough to slightly melt the french vanilla ice cream drizzled with caramel syrup! Needless to say I was a HIT!!!! Even impressed the in-laws! SCORE!

    • says

      Now we’re talkin!.
      It would seem tortillas would be kind of chewy. We been getting some white bread from Costco that seems a bit under cooked to us, that I think would work perfectly for this recipe.

      The combo of butter, bread, brown sugar and cinnamon has got to be good. It would seem whipped cream woujld be good once they cool I’m thinking.

  5. Tom says

    The “cut up the Apple Pie filling” step is the only thing that keeps this from being simple enough for the kids to make, so I’m wondering what the same thing might be like using Pumpkin Pie filling (or even PB&J)?

  6. Caryn says

    Alicia – a little off topic, but like you I love most anything cinnamon. Have you tried the Taco Bell Cinnabon Delights? Habit forming and oh so good.

  7. Lanette says

    Alicia, try WonTon wrappers. My daughter has made these with them but she did deep fry them. Not sure how they will taste baked.

    • Peggy says

      I have frozen them , in fact I did a whole loaf and froze both cookie sheets full and took one out for a church brunch and cooked and they are great , will cook rest Christmas morning. !

    • chacha says

      YES YOU CAN FREEZE THEM IN LAYERS AND TAKE OUT WHAT YO WANT. I HAVE EVEN FRIED THEM IN CAST IRON AND USE ANY FILLING YOU LIKE. ALSO YOU CAN USE BISCUITS TO MAKE THESE AND THEY ARE ALSO GOOD THAT WAY. I JUST COOKED SOME APPLES DOWN AND THICKENED WAS GOING TO MAKE A PIE BUT I HAVE WHEAT BREAD AND THATS WHAT IM GOING TO USE. GIVE IT A TRY AND ENJOY.

    • says

      I think they’re delicious that way too! I have a recipe very similar (Apple Pie Egg Rolls) that is deep fried! Those were delicious too but some readers were looking for a baked version. I wasn’t satisfied with the way the egg roll wrappers baked up so I used the bread instead for the baked version.

  8. Wanda says

    Was just wondering if premade pie crust would work? Not a bread eater but have pie crust leftover from the holidays.

  9. Susie says

    why couldn’t you just use pie dough? although the crescent rolls would work too… I just can’t see the bread working that well

    • says

      It works beautifully and gets nice and crispy on the outside. I’m sure pie dough would work too. The bread holds it’s shape nicely and you would never know it’s bread. :)

    • Deanna Wolffe-Nicolan says

      cut about 6-10 apples into chunks sprinkle about a 1- 1& 1/2 cups of sugar and about 1 tblsp of cinnamon over apple chunks and stir untill each chunk is coated with sugar and cinnamon for a yummy homeade apple pie filling

  10. Deanna Wolffe-Nicolan says

    yummmmy cant wait to make these with my kids they love apple pie and these will be so easy to make.

  11. sue says

    I would also know if anyone made them ahead of time without freezing them-can you refrigerate them for a day and bake them the next day or do they get too soggy?

  12. Sue says

    I wonder how this would be if you used refrigerated pie crust… cut in squares or circles…. and I would use a pastry brush for butter or better yet a butter flavored spray and sugar free pie filling… hmmmmmmmm

  13. Eddie C. Jordan says

    This is one of the fastest dessert. I have made it with white bread like the recipe calls for . And I have made with flour tortillas booth are great

    • says

      I personally do not. You would need a great puff pastry recipe. You can buy puff pastry at the store or you can do a google search for a good recipe.

  14. patti kelvas says

    *Excellent alternative filling: using cream cheese, sugar, vanilla and egg yolk. Blend well and spread thinly and roll up bread. *I cut the logs into 3 small pieces, THEN roll them in melted butter and powdered sugar or cinnamon sugar. Can even FREEZE on a cookie sheet, then put them in a ziplock bag for when you are ready to bake them. Bake, then dip in sour cream..using toothpicks :) ps a SOFT wheat bread would work fine as well. **Tortillas dont absorb the butter..and for this, you want the bread…

  15. Robin says

    I just made these. I used blueberry pie filling, I also used a mixture of 8 oz. cream cheese, blended with 4 tbl. powdered sugar. I spread the cram cheese on the bread, then a heaping tsp. of pie filling. Yum!! I also used whole grain white bread. Will make often!
    I made 10, and have extra ingredients to make more another day, kind of messy to put together, but very tasty!

  16. paris says

    if u really want carmel get can sweeten condensed milk eagle brand or cheaper brand put it in pot and make sure the can is in water at all time and boil it for 3 hrs do not take lid off i make this for my turtles and other stuff really good and its cheaper than buying bags of carmel

  17. says

    Used up some stale bread AND was the benefactor of hero worship all day! Made both bread and tortillas since I had some that only had a couple days of life left. Filling was a can of diced apple and cranberry, substituted melted (slightly salted with powdered popcorn butter) butter flavored crisco due to my lack of actual butter…I was little leary of margarine watering it down and making them soggy. They were crisp and flaky. Drizzled with heated caramel using a piping bag. They were great, and it was a fabulous way to use older items…even threw the crusts out to the birds
    Thank you for another delicious, easy and inexpensive treat.

    • Luxypeanut says

      I have made them using various different makes of GLUTEN FREE bread…. Apart from they fell apart when preparing them (but that’s the nature of the bread!) and was a bit messy…..they tasted WONDERFUL!! My husband loves them. It’s great to find something that can be adapted.. And taste good too… THANKS Holly :)

  18. says

    Our daughter made these for us to have when we went to her house for coffee. They were delicious! I asked her to send me the site and I’m a fan now of Spend With Pennies. I will make these at home. They are so easy and they look great. She used the bread. I’ve had the ones in tortillas but I really prefer this recipe with the bread.

  19. lorinda says

    What did you use in place of the cinnamon sugar on the outside if using different fruit as in cherry, blueberry, peach, apricot.

  20. Yvonne says

    I make this at school with my second graders when we talk about George Washington chopping down the cherry tree. I flatten the bread, smear with chopped cherry pie filling, and fold the bread in half. Then I butter one side (sprinkling with cinnamon sugar) and fry in an electric skillet. Then do the same on the other side. Each child gets to flatten and spread the filling, then butter and sprinkle one side before I fry them. We love them! Great cooking treat for kids!

  21. Michelle says

    Been doing this for years with ready made pie crusts like Pillsbury. The kind you buy in the box. I like it better than the bread slices. And, you can make them longer and fork the edges. Cherry, blueberry, and peach works just as well.

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