September 8, 2016

Mini Apple Pie Cups

I am so happy that it's September.  This time of year is my favorite.  The weather is nice and the food is so comforting . . . apple treats, pumpkin treats, soup, chili, etc . . .

Today, I have one of those comforting recipes for you.  It's a really easy and very yummy twist on a mini apple pie.  Instead of pie crust, you will use thawed Rhodes Roll Dough. It totally works and turned out fantastic.  The crust is soft and chewy, the cinnamon-spiced apple filling is sweet and the caramel and whipped cream add even more rich sweetness on top.  The caramel and whipped cream are optional, but I think they're the perfect finishing touch.

Get your kids in the kitchen and whip up these apple pie cups this weekend.

Let me show you how easy they are to make.

Roll out thawed rolls on a lightly floured surface.
Use a large round cookie cutter and cut out a circle from each roll.  Discard scraps of dough.
Press dough circle into a standard-size muffin tin, pressing up the sides of the cup.  Using a toothpick, poke several holes in each roll.   
Fill each cup with apple pie filling.  
Bake in preheated oven.  Remove, cool slightly, top with caramel and whipped cream and serve.

I am sharing this amazing recipe over at Rhodes Kids Baking Blog today.  Click HERE to get this delicious RECIPE

This post is sponsored by Rhodes Bread.  All opinions are my own and I have always been a fan of Rhodes Rolls.  Thanks for allowing me to work with the brands that I love.  



  1. Pinned! These look amazing! I'm so glad apple season is upon us, I haven't had apple pie once this year. These look like they would definitely take care of that craving! 😍

  2. This is why I love apple season!! This looks SOO good!


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