Quick and easy apple buns


200ml warm milk

30g butter

3 tbs sugar

2 tbs vegetable oil

1 egg

1 package vanilla sugar

¼ tsp salt

1 tsp yeast

500 – 600g flour

2 apples


sweetened condensed milk to taste.


Sift 3 tbs flour, mix with yeast. Gradually pour warm milk and stir up gently. Rest the mixture for some time.

Melt butter and put it to the bowl. Add sugar, salt, vanilla sugar, vegetable oil, an egg, then stir up thoroughly. Pour it to the bowl with the flour. Add the rest of the flour. Make a puff pastry and rest for 30-40 minutes in a warm place for dough to rise.

Grate the apples thinly. Press the juice out of it. Then mix the apples with sugar (about 1-2 tbs). You can also add cinnamon.

Put the raising dough on the table, powdered with flour beforehand. Knead the dough a bit. Then divide it into 2 parts. Roll the 1st part into rectangular shape, then oil a little bit. Then spread condensed milk evenly and then a half of an apple filling.

Roll untightly and cut into not too wide pieces. Repeat the same with the 2nd half of the pastry.

Put the buns into a greased parchment paper (if needed) or just on a base with their tops up. Keep some distance between the buns. Press a little bit to form them.

Cover with a cling wrap and rest for 10 minutes. Preheat the oven to 180C. Drizzle with whisked eggs and then sugar. Bake at 180C until risen at 200C until golden brown.

Remove the buns and set them aside to cool. Then separate them from each other.