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Apple Pie Roll-ups

Considering the mood from my previous post I will keep this one very *ahem* light.
This actually coincides with my last post because I picked up this easy peasy recipe from the Bible Study that night along with a few other baking tips.
I am very excited to share this with you. It is just so darn simple even the kiddos can pull up a stool and help make them as well.
What you will need is:
  • apples
  • pie crust
  • cinnamon and sugar 
Yup, that's it folks. I was not joking about how simple these are. 
Now you can make your own pie crust, or if you are still recovering from the previous day you can opt out and purchase pre-made pie crust. I also bought Trader Joe's Caramel Fleur de Sel (salted caramel dipping sauce) Uh-my-Goodness you need to go buy some of this if it isn't already in your cupboard.
Now roll out, roll out, roll out (me and my hommies, so drop that...Ludacris, anyone? ) So anyway back to this, roll out your pie crust and using a pizza cutter or knife cut the dough into eighths. Sprinkle (or coat) with some cinnamon and sugar. 
Place an apple slice at the top part of each triangle and roll it up. Sprinkle with more cinnamon sugar or just roll it in the sugar mixture (wink) and place on a greased baking pan. 
Now here you can melt some butter and drizzle it onto each roll up (I'm nodding my head up and down and saying yes as I type that)
Or just leave it as is (yawn) because I mean after all you do have that Carmel dipping sauce you are going to dip them in after, but what the heck, I can do both. Right? Right?
Bake for 10 minutes @ 450 and let cool for about ten minutes. 
I strongly advise you to wait until they cool, no matter how good they look. Because you will be tempted to eat one right away but I'm hoping you have more self control than me and don't go biting into one right after you remove it from the oven which had my mouth tasting like fire for about 5 minutes. 
So that is it. Dip it in caramel sauce, serve it with vanilla ice cream or just eat it as is. 
These are a perfect play date treat. You can have apple slices for the littles while you and your other gals enjoy the pie bites. 
Elsie loves tea parties so she was so excited to use the cup and saucer for this snack. Except she didn't care for the carmel and asked for Peanut Butter. Whose daughter is she?
This tasty treat will also be great for any Halloween parties you have this weekend or any other type of holiday gathering. Trust me, you will have to make a lot because they will be gone in seconds. I already have to make more just so Micah doesn't think I ate all of the first batch I made from last night. Which I did...


Jamie said...

um, can I come over to you house now? Those look sooo good!!!! jamie @ theletter4

The Cantelmo Family said...

Oh my goodness! Those look SOOOOO good! I am so glad you came to visit me, so I could come so your wonderful home in bloggy land! I wish we lived closer, our kiddos are around the same age.
Do you want to swap buttons?

Darcie said...

That looks so good!! And the pictures of your kids are so adorable. :)

Megs said...

oh my gosh!! i love you already!
1. your children are ADORABLE!!
2. those apple pie roll-ups look amazing!
3. you love rainbow chip frosting too so we are definitely meant to be bosom buddies!
4. your comment made my day entirely and i cannot thank you enough! i am so happy you found my blog and we can become good friends.

seriously, you are amazing!! i hope we can continue to get to know each other better! love you!


Dawnee said...

I want some! Oh man! These sound amazing and look enticing. So glad I popped in here, I'll be making these! Thank you for the recipe.

I found you on the Followers Fest and I hope you'll take the time to check out my blog and follow as well.

Ashley said...

Ok so would it be weird to just copy and paste your comment from my blog???!!;) because seriously how fun are YOU and YOUR blog??!! So glad to have found ya!!!!! Happy weekend:)

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Liz @ said...

that is an awesome recipe. so easy and tasty!!! it is also perfect size for little ones.

Mama bear said...

I am in LOVE with your blog. My whole dads side of the family is italian and I group up hearing famiglia nonstop. Can I just say your kids are absolutely beautiful?! I am a new follower, thanks for stopping by my blog!! :)

Flowerchic said...

Oh I am so making these! YUM!

Anonymous said...

Natalie - "fell into" your blog from our daughter's blog. It was a pleasure to see your family and read about your walk with Jesus. Life is good when it's lived at the Foot of the Cross. Blessings to you and your precious family. Katie

Emily @ 52 Mantels said...

Thanks for coming by and following! I'm so glad you did because now I get to see your fabulous blog and drool over your yummy recipe AND your yummy blog details! I love the styling of your site! I want to stay here for awhile..mission accomplished, right??

I'm following you back!

KnittedFox said...

OMGee what a clever idea! I love it! These might just have to be made tonight. *^_^* Thanks for sharing the recipe.

I found your blog through Follow Fest~ have a great Saturday!

Nay said...

Oh my gosh! I think I'm going to get addicted to your blog with all that yumminess - thanks for stopping by my bloggy:) I'm following ya back!

Kaycie- Redhead Memories said...

YUM! And those are way simple! Your kids are too cute :)

Kimmie @ Sugar and Dots said...

I just sent you an email in reply to your comment on my blog, and realized I sent it to a blank email address since your account isn't linked. Gahhh....send me an email and say hi. I have a question for you. :)


And also, in reply to this post- YUM. Obvs.

The Arizona Russums said...

anytime you combine cinnamon and pie crust, i'm so in! is your husband's name micah, too!?

Lauren said...

Lauren here from a joyful journal. Thank you SO much for stopping by.. I LOVE your blog! It's adorable! I can't wait to read more. Count me in as a follower :)

molly june. said...

sweet mercy. now i HAVE to go find a carmel apple. do you KNOW what your food posts are doing to meeeeee?! ;)

Patti said...

I just found your blog through Alissa at Rags to Stitches and I am so glad I did! This is going on my to-bake list for sure! easy apple pie, I love it!

Ali said...

Why am I just now reading this post? How did I miss it? Oh man, I have to make these now!!