Caramel Apple Danish is the perfect fall treat! They come together easily with just 4 ingredients and the entire family will enjoy them as a sweet breakfast treat or dessert! Check out the recipe and video to see just how easy they are!
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Caramel Apple Danish
Caramel apples are a definite favorite on the fall treats list. It’s also one of those things I never get around to making. If you are love caramel apples as much as I do, then this is the treat for you! Plus it really couldn’t be easier!
Pillsbury Crescent Dough is ALWAYS on my Walmart list. They are just downright handy for every meal of the day. We often use it to make breakfast treats like Apple Butter & Bacon Waffles and it’s a classic side for our favorite main dishes.
Back in the day before food blogging was my thing I would always enter the Pillsbury Bake-Off with my latest crescent dough recipe. I never made the finals but I’m pretty sure this Caramel Apple Danish is by far my tastiest crescent creation to date!
When you open the crescent dough, don’t unroll it. Just slice each can into 6 slices and place them on a baking sheet.
I dipped a glass in flour and then smashed the dough rounds into about a 3-inch circle and the glass makes a little rim around the edge to hold the filling. This is the perfect job for the little ones who like to help out in the kitchen.
I peeled and diced a couple of Gala apples and tossed them with dulce de leche caramel and a bit of cinnamon. Fill the dough and bake them up. That is it people! So easy and the results will knock-your-socks-off with deliciousness!
A totally tasty treat to enjoy for the holidays with your family. The best part is you won’t spend all of your time in the kitchen preparing them. Incredibly delicious with a cup of coffee or a hot cocoa, the whole clan will enjoy these goodies! Visit Walmart’s Pillsbury Baking for more easy holiday ideas!
Okay now I mentioned a video… My parents have been encouraging me to make food videos for at least 2 years and I’ve been resistant to say the least. I have to say making the video wasn’t so bad, the editing however almost got the best of me.
I will be trying everything I can think of to talk Emmet into helping me out. I feel like his hand-eye coordination and video game skills could really come into play here. I’m feeling a lot like an old dog trying desperately to learn a new trick. So let me know what you think. Yay or nay on seeing more videos!
- 2 8 oz cans Pillsbury Crescent Dough
- 2 tablespoons all purpose flour for flattening dough
- 2 apples, peeled and diced
- ½ cup dulce de leche caramel
- ¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
- Open crescent dough, but do not unroll. Cut each roll into 6 rounds. Place about 3- inches apart on a greased or lined baking sheet.
- Dip a flat bottom glass into flour and press firmly on each dough round to mash into about a 3 - inch circle with a rim around the edge.
- In a medium-sized bowl, combine diced apples, dulce de leche and cinnamon.
- Spoon into dough circles.
- Bake for 12-15 minutes or until dough is lightly browned around the edges.
- Remove to a wire rack to cool.
- Store leftovers in an airtight container and refrigerate.
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