These Easy Caramel Apple Cinnamon Rolls come together quick – no waiting for rising dough! Filled with apples and topped with a caramel frosting, your family will kiss your feet if you make these for them.
OMG you guys I used to be so good at time management. Like, annoyingly good.
When I was teaching, my lesson plans would be made for the following chapter before the previous one was over. All worksheets would be done and copied. Tests would be graded lickety split.
Christmas presents? Bought by Black Friday. Cards, out the week after Thanksgiving. Halloween costumes and decorations? Done in September.
But now? Now I have a list of tasks seven miles long and before I know it I’ve had a mile long Facebook chat.
Or I put “clean toilets” on my list and I go shopping instead.
I can’t focus! I have become…gulp…a procrastinator.
Although…I am writing this on Wednesday. For posting on Sunday. Because as you read it, I’m on a plane home from New Jersey.
So…whatever. Maybe I’m not that bad.
But I’d still rather Facebook Chat and shop for shoes than do…anything else.
If you’re to-do list just gets longer and you can’t focus, these Caramel Apple Cinnamon Rolls are perfect for you. You don’t have to wait for the dough to rise…so you can go buy new wedges.
While I love a regular cinnamon roll (obviously, since in the last few months I’ve made peanut butter ones and zucchini ones) I also love one that comes together quickly. I mean…who can remember to let dough rise? I can…when I’m not in procrastination mode.
Those times? Those are when I reach for Crescent Rolls.
Those rolls are like magic. Like the traveling pants – remember that book series? No matter who wore the pants, they looked great.
No matter what you do with Crescent Rolls…they come out perfect. And tasty.
No rising = less time = happier me.
I cook my apples before adding them to the crescent rolls. I like a cooked apple in recipes better because then they aren’t rubbery. You roll up the sheet of crescent dough (simply press the perforated sections together), slice, and bake them. Then you top them with caramel frosting.
Caramel frosting? TO DIE FOR. Make it. Eat it with a spoon. Cooked brown sugar, butter, and cream. Now that’s magic!
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