This one is for my Husband! He loves cooked apples and loves apple Crostata. So I created this Raspberry Apple Croissant just for him. I am sharing with you because well it is delicious! I said “Honey should I post it on the Blog”? His answer was “For sure because this right here is a WINNER”!! I also gave some to my mother who also loved it. She wanted to know how I was able to create such a pretty presentation. I told her about Reynolds Wrap® Pan Lining Paper and how it is parchment paper on one side and aluminum foil on the other. This made it very easy to form the liner to my round pan as well as lift and slide my raspberry apple croissant right onto my serving dish! Making this dessert a big hit for gatherings and special events! Hope you Enjoy as much as my family has!
OH YEAH BABY!
JUST PREPARING SOME APPLE LOVE
GETTING READY FOR THE MAGIC!!
PINCH ME, I THINK I’M IN COOKED APPLE HEAVEN!
THERE’S NOTHING LIKE BUTTERY GOLDEN BROWN CROISSANT!!
MAKES YA WANNA GO MAKE ONE, DOESN’T IT?!?!
SHOWING SOME SIDE LOVE!
RASPBERRY APPLE CROISSANT INDULGENT
INGREDIENTS FOR CROISSANT:
2 cans of refrigerated seamless croissant dough sheets
½ stick of melted butter + 2 tbsp. melted butter (brush top after baking)
1 egg beaten + 2 tsp. water
INGREDIENTS FOR COOKED APPLES:
3 apples, peeled and sliced
½ cup granulated sugar
1 tsp. nutmeg
2 tsp. ground cinnamon
½ stick softened unsalted butter
INGREDIENTS FOR RASPBERRY TOPPING
1 6 oz. bag of frozen raspberries, defrosted
½ cup water
1/3 cup granulated sugar
READY, SET GO:
- Set oven to 400 degrees
- For cooked apples, add apples, sugar, nutmeg, ground cinnamon and unsalted butter to a large skillet over medium heat, allow to cook covered for 10-15 minutes, once done set aside
- For raspberry topping, add raspberries, water and granulated sugar to medium sauce pan, bring to a boil, then turn to medium heat and allow to cook uncovered for 10-15 minutes, once done, set aside
- Line round baking tin with Reynolds Wrap® Pan Lining Paper and lay one can of the seamless croissant dough to the lined round baking tin allowing some to hang over to fold over later
- Add cooked apples on top of croissant dough, place the other can of seamless croissant dough on top of cooked apples, fold any hanging dough over to completely cover cooked apples, pour unsalted melted butter all over top and brush top with egg wash
- Place in oven and bake for 20-25 minutes or until a nice golden brown, remove from oven, brush melted butter on top, lift Reynolds Wrap® Pan Lining Paper out of pan and slide Croissant onto serving
- Slice and add raspberry topping to each slice, serves well with vanilla bean ice cream!
Sizzle Sizzle Baby
This Rasberry Apple Crossant looks to awesome & I ca’t wait to make it !!
Sue Sue Sue, let me tell you, it melts in your mouth and the raspberry topping just sets it over the top … adding the vanilla bean ice cream well I’ll just end with YUM! Thank you for visiting, come back soon ;o)
Sizzle Sizzle Baby
Oh wow that looks so good!! I haven’t thought to try raspberries and apples together like this, looks scrumptious!
yes the flavors match well … and the buttery croissant dough … my my my …. enjoy
Oh this looks amazing! I think raspberry’s and apples are a great combination I must make this!
Susan honey it will melt in your mouth!! Enjoy
Thanks for this recipe! YUMMY! Pinning!
Thanks Kristin … hope you enjoy … visit often
today is my day for finding new alternatives to pie crust – found wonton wrappers as tart pastry on another blog, and now croissant dough for this amazing dessert! I may never have to make a short crust again!
You will love the croissant dough for this dessert … don’t forget the Reynolds Pan Lining Paper, Honey it was so easy to use and the croissant just lifted right out the pan!
First of all, that looks really good. But, second, do you know if that parchment/foil hybrid is available in Canada? It’s fantastic!
Hi Mara, for Reynolds products in Canada, check out http://www.ReynoldsKitchens.ca
Thank you for visiting and trying our recipes! Visit often.
~Looks amazing!! Two questions… What if u can’t find seamless Croissant dough? & if using fresh Raspberrys do u cook them the same way? Thanks can’t wait to try this:)~
Hi Ami – thank you for visiting – if you cannot find seemless dough you can always use pastry or phyllo dough but I would google the seamless croissant, you could always order it if they don’t sell it in your area ;o) sooooo delish!!