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Ginger Apple Pie Crescent Bites

Updated on June 4, 2013

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Grocery List of Ingredients:

  • 2 (8 oz) cans of Crescent Roll dough
  • 3 Apples (Fuji)
  • Fresh Ginger Root
  • Brown Sugar
  • Butter
  • Cinnamon
  • Lemon Juice

Healthy and Delicious Ginger Apple Pie Crescent Bites

Ginger Applets in a Crescent Blanket.
Ginger Applets in a Crescent Blanket. | Source
Fuji Apples, Organic Ginger Root, Crescent Rolls, Brown Sugar, Cinnamon, Butter, and a touch of Lemon Juice makes for a tasty little snack. Kids love them too.
Fuji Apples, Organic Ginger Root, Crescent Rolls, Brown Sugar, Cinnamon, Butter, and a touch of Lemon Juice makes for a tasty little snack. Kids love them too. | Source

Cook Time

Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 13 min
Ready in: 23 min
Yields: makes 16 crescent bites

Ingredient Amounts

  • 3 Apples, your favorite kind
  • 1 teaspoon Ginger Root, grated
  • 2 tablespoons Brown Sugar
  • 2 tablespoons Butter, melted
  • 1/2 teaspoon Cinnamon, ground
  • 1/2 teaspoon Lemon Juice, fresh or bottled

Let's Get Started...

  1. Preheat your oven to 350. Line cookie sheet with foil. Leave Crescent Rolls in refrigerator until ready to use.
  2. Peel a chunk of your Ginger Root and grate 1 teaspoon of the root into mixing bowl. You can use fresh or frozen Root. *See Tip for Freezing Ginger Root Below
  3. Peel apples. Slice, remove cores. Take apple chunks to your cheese grater and shred them to bits. Add Apples to your mixing bowl of grated Ginger and stir until well incorporated. Add Brown Sugar and Cinnamon. Mix well to distribute evenly. Add lemon juice last. Give your filling a final mixing.
  4. Melt 2 tablespoons of butter in saucepan or microwave. Unroll Crescent Dough triangles and brush with melted butter before adding 1 heaping tablespoon of Ginger Apple filling to each one.
  5. Place each Ginger Apple Pie Crescent Roll onto foiled pan and brush the top of each roll with remaining melted butter using your pastry brush.
  6. Put in oven, bake for 13 minutes, until golden brown. In the meantime, everybody will come rushing into the kitchen asking, "What is that fabulous aroma coming from the oven this time?"

Step 1

Oven Control Set At 350
Oven Control Set At 350 | Source

Step 2 Ginger Prep

Peel Fresh Ginger Root
Peel Fresh Ginger Root | Source
Grate Fresh or Frozen Ginger Root ... *TIps for freezing your Ginger Root can be seen below this recipe.
Grate Fresh or Frozen Ginger Root ... *TIps for freezing your Ginger Root can be seen below this recipe. | Source

Step 3 Apple Prep

Peel your apples
Peel your apples | Source
Slice, Core and Shred Apples through cheese grater.
Slice, Core and Shred Apples through cheese grater. | Source
This is what your Ginger Apple filling will look like with the brown sugar and cinnamon added.
This is what your Ginger Apple filling will look like with the brown sugar and cinnamon added. | Source

Step 4

Ginger Apple filling on Crescent Roll dough.
Ginger Apple filling on Crescent Roll dough. | Source
Roll em up. Pinch the ends together.
Roll em up. Pinch the ends together. | Source

Step 5 Brush with Butter

Pastry Brush with Melted Butter before putting in the oven.
Pastry Brush with Melted Butter before putting in the oven. | Source
After brushed with butter, put your tasty treats into the oven for some soon-to-be-had yummy goodness!
After brushed with butter, put your tasty treats into the oven for some soon-to-be-had yummy goodness! | Source

Step 6 Cook 13 minutes

Trusty Kitchen Timer Buddy helps me keep an eye on the time.
Trusty Kitchen Timer Buddy helps me keep an eye on the time. | Source
In just 13 minutes you can enjoy your first ever Ginger Apple Pie Crescent Bite of Fabulous-ness.
In just 13 minutes you can enjoy your first ever Ginger Apple Pie Crescent Bite of Fabulous-ness. | Source

* Tip about Frozen Ginger Root

I keep a large chunk of pre peeled Ginger Root in my freezer that I utilize for easy grating without having to use the cheese grater at all.

I find that when I "saw" the Ginger with my knife while it is frozen, it instantly becomes a very fine powder, thereby eliminating the "string" consistency as well as eliminating the cheese grater.

Frozen Ginger Root

I do not even have to use a cheese grater for frozen Ginger Root. It becomes a nice fluffy pile of Ginger Powder when sliced with my favorite little kitchen knife.
I do not even have to use a cheese grater for frozen Ginger Root. It becomes a nice fluffy pile of Ginger Powder when sliced with my favorite little kitchen knife. | Source

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    • Aplethora23 profile imageAUTHOR

      Angie Power 

      5 years ago from North Cali

      Thank you Faith Reaper.

      Have a very humble day tomorrow. :)

      Angela.

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      Faith Reaper 

      5 years ago from southern USA

      Hello Angela,

      This recipe sounds simple delicious! I cannot wait to try it. Thank you for sharing. Excellent presentation here.

      Up and more and sharing

      Blessings, Faith Reaper

    • Aplethora23 profile imageAUTHOR

      Angie Power 

      5 years ago from North Cali

      NICE! Thank you for informing me, Sugahware. I will look for the Immaculate brand the next time I pick up my groceries.

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      Robyn D Bera 

      5 years ago from California

      Really great idea! Have you heard of the Immaculate brand? They carry organic and non-GMO certified refrigerator crescent dough. Thought I would share the tip since you are an organic girl too. Thanks for sharing! Voted up and pinned.

    • Aplethora23 profile imageAUTHOR

      Angie Power 

      5 years ago from North Cali

      Awesome Collegedad! Do let me know how you like (or love) them! I look forward to hearing the aftermath. :)

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      collegedad 

      5 years ago from The Upper Peninsula

      This looks simple and really good. I'm going to print this off and put it in our recipe folder. May have to these tonight. Thanks for the great recipe!

    • Aplethora23 profile imageAUTHOR

      Angie Power 

      5 years ago from North Cali

      Thank you for your comments.

      Peachpurple, You are welcome for sharing this recipe. I love to cook, and I absolutely love to sneak a little fresh Ginger Root in, wherever I can. It is a healing food, afterall and I think I am addicted to the taste of Ginger.

      Vacation Trip, Yes it is amazing. I hope that you give this a try. It is easy and perfect for a party tray to a summer party, potluck or get together.

      Riviera Rose that is interesting that you cannot buy the rolls of crescent dough in France. WOW. I am so intrigued. I wish to visit France some day. These are so fun and tasty to eat. You will not be dissapointed.

      Randomcreative, that comment means a lot coming from another SUPER CREATIVE wonder woman! Thank you guys tons, for your support! I look forward to hearing your comments after you try these! :)

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      Rose Clearfield 

      5 years ago from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

      What a great way to jazz up tube crescent rolls! They sound delicious. Love the detailed pictures.

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      Riviera Rose 

      5 years ago from South of France

      Lovely flavours here, I really want to try this, just not sure if you can buy that ready-made dough here in France, but you can find ready-made pastry so I could try that. Gosh I'm getting hungry all of a sudden...

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      Susan 

      5 years ago from India

      Wow. Amazing recipe with great pics. Thank you for sharing.

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      peachy 

      5 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      thanks for sharing with us your wonderful recipe. Never try the combination of ginger and apple. Should give a nice twist to test my taste buds. Steps and photos shown are very helpful for a dumb baker like me. Voted up and useful.

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