Baked Apple Pie Rice Paper Rolls

Baked Apple Pie Rice Paper Rolls

Baked Apple Pie Rice Paper Rolls

  Baked Apple Pie Rice Paper Rolls

Baked Apple Pie Rice Paper Rolls

Baked Apple Pie Rice Paper Rolls

Baked Apple Pie Rice Paper Rolls

This Easy to make and so delicious Baked Apple Pie Rice Paper Rolls recipe makes  a perfect dessert. They’re so simple and will fill your house with the smell of fresh baked Apple Pie. I have used rice paper for spring rolls before but this was my first time using them for a dessert. It won’t be my last though, they worked wonderfully. They are also very inexpensive. I always have apples and rice paper wrappers in my kitchen, so I can make these deliciously awesome treats anytime I need a sweet fix.

These Baked Apple Pie Rice Paper Rolls can be a little bit tricky to master. The trick is to not get the rice paper too wet and to place the finished rolls onto a well oiled pan. You’ll need to turn them several times throughout baking. Some people found that doubling up the rice paper helped, especially if you want to deep fry them instead.

 

Baked Apple Pie Rice Paper Rolls

Baked Apple Pie Rice Paper Rolls 

Ingredients

4-6 Apples

1/3 Cup Brown Sugar

1 Tsp Cinnamon

Part of a Package of Rice Paper

2 Tbsp Cooking Oil

Directions

1. Pre heat your oven to 450 F.

2. Peel, then slice the apples. Mix with the apple slices with the brown sugar and cinnamon.

3. Fill a large mixing bowl 1/4 full with water. Place the rice paper into the water one sheet at a time. Soak for 1-2 minutes or just until it’s soft enough to work with.

4. Place the softened rice paper onto the counter and place 1- 2 Tbsp of apple mixture onto the center. Fold the bottom up first, then fold the sides in, fold the top down last.

9. Repeat, until you have used up all of the apples.

10. Place onto a well oiled pan, brush the tops with oil as well.

11. Bake for 25 – 30 minutes turning a few times throughout.

 

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Ingredients
  • 4-6 Apples
  • ⅓ Cup Brown Sugar
  • 1 Tsp Cinnamon
  • Part of a Package of Rice Paper
  • 2 Tbsp Cooking Oil
Instructions
  1. Pre heat your oven to 450 F.
  2. Peel, then slice the apples. Mix with the apple slices with the brown sugar and cinnamon.
  3. Fill a large mixing bowl ¼ full with water. Place the rice paper into the water one sheet at a time. Soak for 1-2 minutes or just until it’s soft enough to work with.
  4. Place the softened rice paper onto the counter and place 1- 2 Tbsp of apple mixture onto the center. Fold the bottom up first, then fold the sides in, fold the top down last.
  5. Repeat, until you have used up all of the apples.
  6. Place onto a well oiled pan, brush the tops with oil as well.
  7. Bake for 25 – 30 minutes turning a few times throughout.

29 thoughts on “Baked Apple Pie Rice Paper Rolls

  1. This is an awesome idea! I’ve been meaning to try using rice paper to wrap and bake something in. I’ve seen them used in a savory dish but I think I’m much more likely to try something sweet like this 🙂 Pinning!

  2. Oh wow! These are so simple and look SO delicious!! This is actually something I had considered trying before, but I wasn’t sure if they’d get crispy or just soggy from the apple. Happy to see that the experimenting has been done for me 😉 definitely going to give these a try!!

  3. Nice! I have some rice paper rolls to use up… Here is a pro tip (from someone who has literally rolled thousands of rice paper rolls…)
    Have your bowl of water ready, and a nice plastic cutting board. Dip your rice paper down into the water until it just begins to soften. Then quickly layout down on the cutting board.
    Repeat with another rice paper if you like, for as many as you think can fit on the board.
    Then, by that time your paper will be soft, put your filing in the middle and roll your roll up like normal. This way it will be much easier to work t with.

    Hope that helps you out a bit. 🙂

    1. Thanks for the rice paper ideal. I made these and next time ill do what you suggested. They do get crispy. Make sure you turn them , i would say 3 to 4 min. Do not over oil pan, i did on first try and got smoke. I oiled and then wiped the pan and was just fine.

  4. This is brilliant! i have never thought of using rice wrappers for dessert but it’s such a good idea. And truth be told, my least favourite part of apple pie is the pastry. I just love the filling – and this way it would totally shine!

  5. Any advice on how to not get these to stick to the baking sheet? I oiled it quite generously and brushed the rolls too.

    1. I hade same problem. Someone suggested parchment paper. I dont think that will work.

      There are so many replys to search thur for hints, but most of the replys are comments on how or want to try or how good they look. Hold it. We all see how good they look people cook them then reply how it went. Thats what the replys are for. That would be helpful.

  6. I set my oven at 425 because it runs hot. These burned in the first 10 minutes. Worked OK at 375 but took the full 30 minutes.

  7. My rolls also fell apart when frying. I used gala apples and nuked them for a couple of minutes to soften them up then added the sugar and cinnamon. The hot apples melted the sugar and they were very wet. I started to fry them but when the rice wrapper melted, I put the rest in the oven to bake. They came out just fine. Lessons learned: 1) Use two rice wrappers. 2) Make sure the apples and sugar are not wet 3) Do not overstuff the wrappers. On a positive note, my house smells wonderful and anything apples and cinnamon are great a la mode.

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