Monday, November 2, 2009

Applesauce Pie... so easy!


I wish I had taken a picture of my applesauce pie, but I forgot, and it didn't hang around long enough to beg for a picture. My friend shared this recipe with me and it was so easy... so quick.... so pretty! I hope you'll try it.
Applesauce Pie
2 cans crescent rolls
1 quart applesauce
1 stick butter
cinnamon to taste
sugar to taste
Melt butter. Spread half of it into a 9X13 pan. Layer one tube crescent rolls in bottom of pan. Cover with applesauce. ( I mixed cinnamon and sugar with my applesauce to flavor and sweeten it) Layer with the other can of crescent rolls. Mix remaining butter, sugar, and cinnamon and sprinkle on top. Bake at 375 until brown! Yum!

9 comments:

Melissa said...

Sounds yummy! Butter really isn't on our diet, but with the holidays coming, I'd be lying if I denied there will be cheating going on! This will be great to take to dinner at the in-laws! I can't bake to save my soul, but hubby makes killer homemade applesauce, so this will be perfect for both of us! Thanks!

Just Breathe said...

Sounds interesting. I would think it would be runny. I will have to try it for sure. Thanks!

Debbie J said...

Thanks for the recipe. My guys would love this. (and me too)!

Kim said...

This sounds so yummy! I think I'll try it when hubby comes home this weekend.

Sandy said...

Sounds good and just right for fall.

Nancy Jo said...

Hi Pen Pen,
Yes it does look like a good idea. yum.
Pen, you can put just the pretty towels on top of of a basket, then no one will see the old ones HA.
NANCY JO

Janet, said...

That does sound good, wish you had taken a picture! I bet you could leave out the melted butter on the bottom and just sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon on top. We make a slightly different one (different filling) with crescent rolls that my son loves and we just spray the bottom with cooking spray and sprinkle the top with cinnamon sugar and it is delicious (and a little less fattening without all the butter). I might give this one a try, too.

madrekarin said...

I saw the little picture for this on the sidebar of Colleen's blog and had to come check it out! I am going to make this for dessert tonight! It sounds delicious. I'll be back to visit again. :)

Utah Grammie said...

Oh I was wondering about the runnyness factor as well..how did it serve up? This really sounds good !