Crock Pot Apple Dumplings

Crock Pot Apple Dumplings

12 reviews, 4.4 star(s). 67% would make again

Ready in 4 hours 30 minutes

Prop lid open with a wooden spoon and cook on high for 3--5 hours (depending on size of crock you are using), or until the dough is golden and cooked through. I used a 6 Qt crock, so I cooked for 3 hrs, but the smaller your crock the longer they will need to cook. ENJOY!


2 cans refrigerated crescent rolls; (did you know they have organic ones now?)
2 apples; (I like granny smith or pink lady, but any will work)
1 stick of butter
1 cup white sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 teaspoon cinnamon
a few shakes of nutmeg
1 cup ginger ale; (I used Reed's Ginger Beer with extra ginger)
Enough flour to roll out crescent dough

Original recipe makes 8 Servings



Grease your crock insert with cooking spray or any other greasing agent you like to use.

Roll out the little triangles of crescent rolls and fill each one with an apple slice or two and roll it up.

Pile the crockpot high with all of your little dumplings.

Melt the stick of butter & remove from heat.

Stir in the sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla.

Pour over the dumplings, making sure to get down in the nooks and crannies.

Add 1 cup of Ginger Ale.

Prop lid open with a wooden spoon and cook on high for 3--5 hours (depending on size of crock you are using), or until the dough is golden and cooked through.

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these are very good, i added about about a tablespoon of brown sugr to sprinkle on top and served with ice cream. just make sure you serve it with the sauce
brybreeze 1y ago

I cut the recipe in half and used store brand croissants and a small crockpot. Just enough to cover the bottom. Cooked 4 hours. I think mine needed more time- on the doughy side. Will try again with bigger crockpot. Also served with snicker-doodle ice cream (vanilla would have been better).
DoubleChin 1y ago

I have never in my life had apple dumplings so gooood. The ginger ale really made a huge difference.
jonathanwillard2 1y ago

Just wondering who makes organic crescent rolls? I buy the ones from Immaculate Baking which are NON-GMO Project Verified but haven't seen organic ones.
compactkid 1y ago

So easy to make and a big hit! I did the recipe as written once and the second time substituted 1/2 cup splenda white and 1/2 cup splenda brown and it was still a huge hit in the house. This is a great fall/winter recipe that can be stored and heated up. Great heated up and then topped with Vanilla Bean ice cream!
Toxictoy 1y ago

first time i followed your recipe and it was great. later i made them and substituted apple cider for the ginger ale - was good also.
deptydawg 1y ago

I love finding easy recipes like this. Sounds delish.
Love7721 3y ago

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