Some of my favourite flavours around at the moment include biscoff, apple & cinnamon; they are the tastes that indicate it’s the end of Summer and that Autumn is approaching. English apples are just coming into full force and they are about everywhere. Cinnamon is one thing I love to put with apples and biscoff just goes with everything. It’s a caramelised biscuit spread which is just divine and really compliments the apple & cinnamon flavours. Cinnamon roll dough is a great thing to use as a crust. It’s got a great look about it too with delicious swirls of cinnamon and when you slice the dough really thinly and press them together they make a sturdy and solid base that will hold quite a lot of topping before it breaks.
The end result is quite amazing. Not only is it a total taste sensation, it’s quick, it’s really simple and it’s got apples in it. So it is good for you, honest! The calorie content is massive so I recommend small portions but it’s very more-ish so you will probably eat more than just one meagre slice! The biscoff melts into a delicious caramelised biscuit sauce which is just divine. It never ceases to amaze me on all the different things you can make out of ready to bake dough. If there is only one ready to bake hack you ever try, it needs to be this one!
- 1 x can of Jus Rol ready to bake cinnamon rolls
- 2 x bramley apples (sliced in thin strips with the skin left on)
- 6tbsp Biscoff biscuit spread
- slice the cinnamon roll dough into 1cm slices
- use the slices of cinnamon roll to line the bottom of a pie dish
- bake in a pre heated oven at Gas Mark 5 for 5 minutes
- melt the biscoff spread in a pan
- layer the apple slices over the top of the part baked cinnamon roll base
- pour the biscoff spread over the apples
- cover with foil & put back in the oven
- bake for a further 5 minutes