Apple Turnovers


by May 2nd, 2010 // Breakfast, Recipes

Apple Turnovers

Apple Turnovers

We are apple fanatics in this house. We’ll eat ‘em whole, peeled, unpeeled, sliced, diced – you name it. We’re especially fond of anything that combines apples and cinnamon to make a warm, sweet treat. This morning I had the bright idea to use the Pepperidge Farm Puff Pastry Sheets in my freezer to make “homemade” breakfast pastries. This apple turnover recipe is as easy as it is delicious and as you can see, it was a blast for my kid to make.

Apple Turnover Recipe

Prep Time: 15 mins  Cooking Time: 20 mins

3 large granny smith apples (peeled and cubed)
1 lemon
2 tablespoons granulated sugar
1 tablespoon  brown sugar
1 teaspoon apple pie spice
1 tablespoon all purpose flour
1 Pepperidge Farm Puff Pasty Sheet
1 egg
1 tablespoon water
flour for rolling

Sprinkle counter with flour and allow one puff pastry sheet to thaw on top of flour. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. In a medium bowl squeeze lemon over apples and toss to coat. Add sugars, apple pie spice and flour. Mix together and set aside. Roll out puff pastry sheet and cut into 6 square shaped pieces. Scoop apple mixture into the center of each square divide the mixture evenly. Fold over squares to form a triangle shape and crimp at the edges. Press with a fork to seal. Arrange on a Silpat covered baking sheet (parchment paper will work too). Meanwhile, whisk together egg and water to make egg wash. Brush each triangle with egg wash. Use a sharp knife to cut a small slit into each triangle and cook for 20 minutes or until golden brown. Serve as a warm breakfast treat or heat it up later and serve with a scoop of ice cream for desert.Apple Turnovers


9 Comments on “Apple Turnovers”

  1. 1.) misti
    May 3rd, 2010

    i love apple turnovers and how quick these are to make – thank you for a great idea!

  2. 2.) Julia Perry
    May 3rd, 2010

    Delicious! I can't wait to try these. And I'm obsessed with that serving plate you have pictured. So darling.

  3. 3.) Dana
    May 3rd, 2010

    Such a bad idea to read your blog when hungry. There is nothing that tasty looking around me!

  4. 4.) Eva Leigh Martin
    May 3rd, 2010

    So excited to try these this weekend! Plus I would like to agree with Julia Perry, loving that plate as well!

  5. 5.) jacquelinelegan
    May 3rd, 2010

    I love apple pie, but it just takes too long and I never finish the entire thing….these are going to be perfect. I'm just scared I'm going to make them more than once a week…..

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  7. 7.) Nikki
    October 1st, 2010

    I'm hone with two sick kids today so we're going to make these for a snack. They look so good!

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  9. 9.) Stephanie
    March 12th, 2012

    What is the yield of this recipe? I’m looking to make about 25 turnovers with the children in my daycare..

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