Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 30 min.
This wasn't my favorite apple dessert recipe. It looks like a mess when you put it in the oven. It baked okay, but it is a gooey dessert.
Way too much baking powder - its bitterness marred the flavor. And my dough literally dissolved in the oven. I got apple buckle...bitter apple buckle. Managed to pour a sweet frosting over it to make it edible. That said, I love the idea and will make a roly poly again, but not with this recipe!
The recipe doesn't specify if the rolls should be touching in the pan or not, but I decided to make sure they were, and while I didn't get enough rolls to adequately fill a 9 x 13 pan as per the recipe, I just used a 12 inch round pan instead. Perhaps if I should have spaced them out I would have. Because the pan wasn't as big as was called for, I used only about two thirds of the topping, just covering all the rolls. I was a bit nervous about how it would all turn out, but after baking for about 35 minutes they came out of the oven puffy, bubbly and delicious! They are best served warm from the oven or reheated before serving. Overall a delicious apple dessert!
This is a new twist to apple crisp/cobbler. Excellent and the presentation will impress.
This recipe is amazing! When I put it in the oven, I thought it was a disaster because of all the water. But it poofed up and tastes wonderful. A new favorite!
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Such a yummy recipe!! I love to make it, and it always turns out great :)
I followed these directions completely and it sure didnt turn out like the pix. It wasnt as thick and it dropped in when it sat to cool. I think 2 1/2 cups of water was too much. I may try it again and put less water.