Crescent Roll Turnovers
This crescent roll desert is basically a flexible recipe. This recipe is using apple, but you are free to use your favorite fruits, such as banana, peach, or even others. You are welcome to do experiment with all kinds of fruit you like.
Basically, this recipe only needs 15 minutes of prep time, 15 minutes of cook time, and around 10 minutes of extra time. A recipe can result in 8 servings of turnovers.
- 6 medium apples. They should be peeled and then cored, and finally, diced small
- ¼ cup of dark brown sugar
- ¼ cup of water
- ¼ cup of cold salted butter. Make sure to cut them to small pieces first
- 3 tablespoons of white sugar
- 6 tablespoons of all purpose flour
- 2 tablespoons of ground cinnamon
- 2 tablespoons of caramel sauce
- A package of refrigerated crescent rolls, which is about 8 ounce in weight
Preheat your oven first. It should be around 350 degrees Fahrenheit (or around 175 degrees of Celsius).
Line the baking sheet by using the parchment paper
In a bowl, mix together brown sugar, sugar, apples, butter, cinnamon, flour, and water. Make sure to mix everything thoroughly
Unroll the crescent dough. Separate it into eight different triangles
Scoop the apple mixture (just a tablespoon) to each triangle’s center. Then fold it. Seal all of the ends tightly. Then, transfer each crescent to the (already prepared) baking sheet
Bake them until they turn golden brown. You can wait up to 15 minutes (18 minutes, top) until it happens.
Remove them from the oven. Let it be to cool off for around 10 minutes
Drizzle each of the crescent with the caramel sauce and then serve
The caramel sauce is basically optional. If you don’t want it, then you don’t have to use it. As an alternative option, you can always serve with vanilla ice cream topping. Feel free to try other sauces, if you don’t really like caramel. In short, don’t be intimidated by the crescent roll turnovers recipe because it’s actually very easy to make.