an apple tree with fruits so delicious that you can't stop thinking about.
the tree was there when i was a little kid.
back then i thought - it's huge!
it's not so big any more. i think is quite small but this time around my kids are yelling, when i tear off apples -mommy look out! it's a huge tree!
this fall the tree has a lot of sweet and juicy apples. so on sunday morning i decided to made french rolls with apples and cinnamon.
as you can already see they don't look like rolls more like croissants!
croissants with apples and cinnamon!
get ready for action!
someone is stealing apples!
apples almost ready with a bit of fresh vanilla (this black something)
little hands are helping me in the kitchen!
they don't look so good but it doesn't matter!
it is our artistic twist on croissants!!!
a bit of egg on top!
to make french rolls/crossiants with apples and cinnamon you need:
- french ready-made dough (i used 2)
- 6 apples (more or less)
- cinnamon (add as much as you like)
- brown sugar (add as much as you like)
- 1 vanilla stick
peel apples throw them into the frying pan with a little water, add sugar and cinnamon, fry and then add the vanilla. mix thoroughly and try if you like it.
cut the dough into squares or rectangles, as suits you, apply apples and wrap croissants or what ever you like or can!
ready-made croissants smear egg. put the croissants into the preheated oven. bake at 220 degrees for 11-12 minutes.
easy and fast! enjoy!
all photos are mine!
english is not my first language; sorry for my mistakes.