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Apple Stuffed Cinnamon Rolls

Well, here I go again with a not so healthy – but easy recipe ;)  Apple Stuffed Cinnamon Rolls using store bought Pilsbury Cinnamon Rolls in a can.  This is the “easy” way to make this recipe.  If you want to spend some extra time, you can improve this recipe and make it healthier by making your own whole wheat, low sugar cinnamon rolls.  I just didn’t have the time or energy so Im showing you the quickie version, lol!  

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Apple Stuffed Cinnamon Rolls
Serves 6
A quick and easy dessert
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
14 min
Total Time
20 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
14 min
Total Time
20 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 Can of Pilsbury Cinnamon Rolls
  2. 1 Granny Smith Apple
  3. Cinnamon
  4. Splenda Brown Sugar
Instructions
  1. Slice each cinnamon roll in half to form 2 circles. Flatten to thin circle
  2. Place on circle into each opening of a muffin pan
  3. Layer in chopped apple
  4. Sprinkle with a little cinnamon and brown sugar
  5. Place another circle of dough over top and tuck down over apples
  6. Bake as directed on cinnamon roll package
Notes
  1. Make this healthier by making your own low sugar, whole wheat cinnamon roll dough!
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There you have it – super easy and delicious way to dress up your cinnamon rolls.  I have a bit of a sweet tooth in the morning and these are great for on the run too!  This is also a great recipe for kids!  Fun to pound down the dough and fill them up!

Now that I’ve made these, I have a whole list of ideas to stuff my cinnamon rolls with!

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Enjoy and have a wonderful weekend!

 

Busy Vegetarian Mom (403 Posts)

Just one Busy Vegetarian Mom working on transitioning to a Vegetarian lifestyle for myself and my family. I am recording what I learn here along the way. You can also find me writing at Daily Dish Magazine and Inner Child Food.


One Comment

  1. We had fun making these w/our young g-children. The only thing I would do differently is pinch all the way around to seal the doughs together, otherwise ours fell apart. Also if there is any way to make the filling gooier, that might make it more like a cobbler. The taste was GREAT!

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