Posted: 10/27/2012 8:10:08 AM
Delicious! I have made this multiple times and has turned out perfect every time! I found baking the rolls just long enough for them to begin to rise helps (5 min) I baked it on 350 for an hour and I also waited the full hour after baking to drizzle and cut! each piece has came out perfect! could not be more happy! My boyfriend says it put his grandmas to shame... I guess it passed the Man test too! :)
Posted: 10/23/2012 7:40:11 PM
Too sweet and the crust burns. Not a good recipe.
Posted: 10/23/2012 4:38:55 PM
This was wonderful. It won me 2nd prize at my work's annual fun day bake off. Everyone was asking for the recipe. I made one change 6 medium apples was way to much so I reduced the apples to 4. This will be come a family favorite in no time at all.
Posted: 10/16/2012 1:58:14 PM
This was the absolute best pie that I have ever made. I will never make apple pie the traditional way again. It was just delicious....
Posted: 10/12/2012 6:39:57 AM
I loved this recipe, I used a 10 " pie plate, and McIntosh apples, the rolls didn't cover the bottom completely, but it didn't matter. I did only use 5 apples, but the topping stayed on top and was crunchy when it was finished. I bake all of my apple pies on a cookie sheet,lined with parchment paper since it always drips. This will be my Thanksgiving go-to Apple Pie.
Posted: 10/2/2012 9:49:34 PM
I made this for work. I just loved the taste. You really can't taste the cinnamon rolls. Hard to get the rolls to roll out to 5 inches. We didn't use the icing. This pie is a "sugar bomb: as I told my co-workers. Just a half of picece for myself since I am a diabetic.
Posted: 10/2/2012 9:22:59 AM
I made this last night, and the Cinnamon Rolls only had 6 rolls in the can. That made it a little difficult to line the pie plate, but managed to use an 8 in plate. Way to many apples.
I used the Cinnamon rolls that had caramel icing. The pie turned out great and had a wonderful taste. I will make again but use less apples and will add cinnamon to the apples.
Posted: 10/1/2012 4:06:58 PM
Delicious and so easy! My new go-to apple pie recipe! I would only recommend baking for 35-40 minutes as my crust began to darken and burn on the top edges after about 40 minutes (I just trimmed the "dark" areas while the pie was still hot and no one knew the difference.) I also sliced my apples quite thin with a mandolin, so they were tender and fully cooked in less time than the recipe dictates. I agree with some of the other commenters that six apples is probably a bit excessive. I used a variety of rather large apples, so I only needed to use three to more than fill the center--this is rea
Posted: 9/30/2012 4:30:54 PM
This turned out awful. First off, I used medium to small apples, and six was way too many for a 9" pie plate. Second, the cinnamon rolls did not cover the pie plate very well, even though I carefully measured to be sure they were the correct diameter. Because there were too many apples in the pie plate, the streusel topping fell all over the place and eventually burned during baking. Fortunately, I put the pie plate on a cookie sheet, because apple juice ran all over the sheet. What a mess!
Posted: 9/27/2012 3:40:23 PM
This is soooo good but next time I will bake the cinnamon roll crust before I add the pie filling because it got a little soggy. I like a crisper crust. Well worth the time and expense.