Baked Apple Pie Roll Ups are oven baked and take just minutes to prep. Warm crispy cinnamon sugar rolls with a sweet apple pie filling will become a family favorite. Top them with ice cream and caramel for a perfect weeknight treat!
Baked Apple Pie Roll Ups
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Baked Apple Pie Roll Ups are super simple to put together with just a few ingredients you likely already have on hand. I love that these are oven baked and not fried and take just minutes to make!
While I used apple pie filling, you can fill them with whatever you’d like including cream cheese & sugar or cherry pie filling.
If you’re in a hurry you can certainly use canned apple pie filling but if you’ve got a few minutes you can quickly make your own! I’ve added my own homemade apple pie filling recipe to the site! This easy recipe is made on the stove top and makes the equivalent of one store bought can of pie filling!
My daughter loves these and we make them often because they’re so quick and easy.
When placing your roll ups on your pan, be sure the have the seam side down. Once they come out of the oven if you notice the shape is a little bit flat, you can just give them a gentle squeeze while they’re warm and they will hold their shape as they cool. We serve these as is or with ice cream and caramel.
Baked Apple Pie Roll Ups
- 10 slices white bread
- 1 can apple pie filling or homemade pie filling
- ⅓ cup melted butter
- ½ cup sugar
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- Preheat oven to 350°F.
- 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 so the pieces are smaller. Place 2 tablespoons apple pie filling on each slice of bread and roll up.
- Dip each roll 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.
- Place seam side down on a parchment lined pan and bake 15 minutes or until browned and crispy. Serve warm.
Nutrition information provided is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used.
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Cannot wait to make this
I love your recipes but have to tweak them because we are diabetics. Do you offer recipes for diabetics and if so, how do I sign-up?
I don’t follow a diabetic lifetyle so I don’t have recipes specifically created for diabetics. You can find my low-carb recipes here or check out my other site, EasyLowCarb.com and hopefully find something suitable.
Has anyone tried cherry pie filling?
Love your site and recipes!
We haven’t tried it with cherry filling but it should work! You might want to chop the cherries a bit first so they are easier to roll up!
Has anyone tried making these using gluten-free bread??
I love the cinnamon apple roll up with the white bread, Can they be frozen to used later,
Michele, I have never frozen the Apple Pie Rollups, but other readers have with success. Check out the comments to see what they said! Let us know if you try it!
My husband loved this. I used your apple pie filling recipe for the filling. Topped the baked roll ups with vanilla ice cream.
Served this for merienda (afternoon snack).
Thanks for sharing.
Made these for dessert and my family loved it. It was simple, quick and yummy. Its perfect with vanilla ice cream. Lol. Thank you for sharing.
Made these once before and they were a hit! So easy and yummy. I’m making them again for a Mother’s Day party and curious if I make them early morning, can they be reheated in the microwave later that afternoon?
They should be fine to reheat. I would recommend reheating them in the oven so they stay crispy, but you could also reheat in the microwave (they may get a bit soft though).
I made these for our family dinner today. They were a huge hit!!! Warmed them up and had Breyer’s vanilla ice cream-yummy!! My nephew told me to keep this recipe……that means they were good and he would like to have them again.
I AM A THRIFTY PERSON-LOVE THIS!
These Baked Apple Pie Roll Ups are very good for something so simple, must try.
Looking forward to trying out some new recipes!
Thank you for the recipe. I made this today but I needed to stop in the middle and make extra cinnamon sugar since I ran out. They turned out great! I baked them on 400 degrees F. I also got eleven.
Instead of using white bread, can we use pre-made pie pastry? How do I calculate baking time?
I haven’t tried it with pastry so I can’t say for sure. Let us know how it goes for you!
Where is your homemade apple pie filling recipe for the roll ups?
Hi Anna, we love this homemade apple pie filling recipe.
Need too try
They are so tasty Mary! Definitely give them a try.