This post was created as in partnership with Imperial Sugar. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.

These Caramel Apple Pie Crescent Rolls are a deliciously easy Fall dessert. Gooey caramel and apple pie filling is wrapped up in buttery crescent roll dough then sprinkled with cinnamon sugar. Only 6 ingredients and they are ready in under 30 minutes. Ready to eat right out of the oven, or add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to take them over the top.

A stack of caramel apple pie crescent rolls on a white plate with a green apple in the background.

If you need a quick treat, these caramel apple pie crescent rolls are sure to do the job! There are super easy and semi-homemade using refrigerated crescent roll dough, caramel candies, and our favorite apple pie filling. You can either make your own or just open up a can of apple pie filling for this simple recipe.

It's a fun one for the kids to help make because there are so many jobs for them to do from opening the can of crescent roll dough or apple pie filling to unwrapping caramels and rolling up the crescent rolls.

These remind me of my caramel apple pie but without the work of making and rolling out a pie crust. If you are a caramel apple fan, you need this dessert this Fall!

What You'll Need

Scroll down to the recipe card below this post for ingredient quantities and full instructions.

  • Crescent roll dough
  • Apple pie filling
  • Soft caramels
  • Salted butter
  • Ground cinnamon
  • Granulated sugar
Ingredients for caramel apple pie crescent rolls.

How to Make This Recipe

Start by lining a baking sheet with parchment paper. Don't skip this step because no matter how carefully you wrap these the caramel and pie filling will ooze out in places.

Unroll crescent roll dough and separate into triangles. Space them out on your baking sheet so there is room to roll them up again once they are filled.

Spoon apple pie filling onto the wide end of each triangle of dough. Place 2 unwrapped caramels on top of the pie filling. Roll crescent roll dough around filling to enclose.

Brush each roll with melted butter. Combine sugar and cinnamon in a bowl. Sprinkle cinnamon sugar mixture over each roll. 

Bake at 375 degrees F for 14-16 minutes until golden brown and the caramels inside are melted and soft.

Eat while still warm, or top with a scoop of homemade vanilla ice cream. 

For the FULL RECIPE be sure to visit Imperial Sugar's site.

Tips for Success

  • Don't skip the parchment paper. It makes cleanup so much easier and prevents the caramel from sticking to the baking sheet.
  • Variations: Instead of using cinnamon, you can use apple pie spice for an even more robust flavor.
  • Careful how you wrap: Try to keep the filling on the widest part of the crescent roll dough for a base. When you are wrapping these up, it's easier to wrap the dough around the filling rather than rolling them up.

How to Store

These caramel apple pie crescent rolls really are best eaten fresh while they are still warm and gooey. If you want to store leftovers, keep them in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days. Reheat in the oven, microwave, or air fryer until warm before serving.

A plate of caramel apple pie crescent rolls in front of a cake stand with Granny Smith apples.

Be sure to stop by Imperial Sugar's site for the FULL RECIPE. I have partnered with them now for a few years and love their products for my baking needs!

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Hi, I'm Amy

I enjoy exploring the world through food, culture, and travel and sharing the adventure with mostly from-scratch, family friendly recipes that I think of as modern comfort cooking.

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