Saturday, 13 May 2017

Apple Turnovers

Happy French National Apple Pie Day!  I sure did not plan this but, Hey, I will claim it!

So to celebrate *giggle* we are having a good old fashion Apple Turnover!

This is such an easy and quick snack or dessert to make.  Three ingredients most people have some of them in the freezer and cupboard.  5 minutes work 20 minutes cooking and the longest time is to wait for them to cool a little before you stuff your face!

We used to get these at the local bakery and I tell you these are better.  If you make your own puff you can even freeze them uncooked and bake them later.

2 sheets puff pastry, thawed
1 can apple pie filling
1 egg
sugar to sprinkle

Open your can.

Beat your egg.

Defrost your pastry.  Your now setup to make these little beauties!

Cut each sheet into 4 squares.

Place a dessert spoon of apple filling on each square.

Brush beaten egg lightly on 2 sides of each square.

Fold the pastry over to shape a triangle and gently press the edges together.  Place on a baking sheet and brush the top with beaten egg and then sprinkle sugar over.

Bake in a 220 C pre heated oven for 15 to 20 minutes just watch them at the end to ensure they don't burn.

Allow to cool and serve with whipped cream.  These can be eaten warm or cold.

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