APPLE PIE CROISSANT BITES- A scrumptious flaky, apple pie bundle of goodness!

I love crispy, flaky even crunchy desserts. And I love pie! I’ve found a recipe that combines layers of buttery flakiness with apple pie goodness. Who wouldn’t love that combination? And even better, this recipe is made with a scant 5 ingredients and only takes 10 to 12 minutes to bake! Have I tempted you? Okay, let’s make Apple Pie Croissant Bites!

APPLE PIE CROISSANT BITES- A scrumptious flaky, apple pie bundle of goodness!

A big-shout-out-thank you to Pillsbury for having this recipe on their site!

Don’t these little bites look amazing! The brown sugar and spices melt into a dark, cinnamony caramel that drenches the apples! Oh my YUM!


A bite of apple and spices wrapped up in a flaky package!
Print Recipe


  • 1 tube Crescent Rolls
  • 1 apple peeled, cored and cut into 8 slices
  • 3 TBS butter melted
  • 1/3 cup dark brown sugar
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp apple pie spice
  • OR use 1 tsp apple pie spice in lieu of cinnamon and apple pie spice
  • sanding sugar optional


  • Preheat oven to 375°. Melt butter in the microwave. Put sliced apples in the butter and cover them with butter.
  • Mix brown sugar, cinnamon and apple pie spice together in a small bowl.
  • Open the tube of crescents and unroll each triangle. Dip a pastry brush in the butter and spread on each triangle. Sprinkle the sugar mixture evenly over all the triangles.
  • Place an apple slice across the long side of the crescent triangle and roll from the apple end up.
  • Brush butter on the tops of the crescents. Sand with sugar
  • Bake for 10-12 minutes until golden and done.
  • YUM!


Adapted from from Pillsbury
Author: Yvonne @ StoneGable

These little bites can be embellished with a scoop of ice cream or eaten with milk, coffee or tea! YUM!

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APPLE PIE CROISSANT BITES- A scrumptious flaky, apple pie bundle of goodness!

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  1. Sherry Pelle says:

    Gonna add this to my dessert board!

  2. tamara guilday says:

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  3. Karen VanLoo says:

    Oh YUMMY! I printed that out and will definitely be making these. I love anything apples, cinnamon, and I love those crescent rolls. I have a lot of recipes I use those for. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Sounds like an yummy alternative to an apple pie

  5. Sounds yummy and it’s quick. Will be giving this a try thank you for the recipe.

  6. I MUST try this – yum!

  7. Jill Miglin says:

    Definitely will be trying this very soon!

  8. Looks delicious! I will be making these real soon!
    Thanks for the recipe!

  9. Apples are the quintessential food of The fall season. I saw a similar recipe and can’t wait to compare and try out. This will make for a wonderful addition to my Sunday Fall Brunch menu.

  10. These are great, but I also love them made with pie crust triangles even more! Tastes more like pie!

  11. So yummy! reminds me of what I do with leftover dough–make cinnamon pinwheels:)
    But these have apples which makes it even better!
    Thanks, Yvonne:)

  12. I love all things apple and cinnamon – I have to try these! Thanks!

  13. Thanks for the reminder of this recipe! It’s an easy, and even a little ‘elegant’ looking dessert when you sprinkle it with some powdered sugar mixed with some cinnamon. I need to pull this one out for my menu planning.

  14. This sounds so very delicious. I could probably have two bowls worth! Thank you.

  15. Looks great! Can’t wait to try this

  16. Rita MacKay says:

    I love your recipes! The menu ideas have been a great resource and help to me these last few months. Thank you!’