Sunday, August 24, 2008

Easy Apple Turnovers

I know this is a simple recipe but I have never made it before.Store bought frozen pie crusts and a can of apple pie filling.
I unrolled the crusts. They were shaped into a circle. I cut each circle into four pieces. Then, spoon on a little of the pie filling.
Fold the crust over the filling and press the edges with a fork to seal. I then sprinkled on a cinnamon sugar mix. Poke the top with the fork to vent. Bake at 350 until done. ( I didn't time it just went to check every time the kids said they were done- about 50 times in all.)
This is going to be some ingredients that I keep on hand to make quick treats for unexpectant company or busy times. Wish we would have had some icecream to go with it, but my freezers are too full for icecream- until today- with the purchase of our new freezer! (See last post about my $15 freezer)

Has anyone ever cooked these then frozen them? I would like to know if they are good to freeze already baked for a quick snack. I want to make the breakfast kind where you drizzle the cinnamon roll icing on them. My mom used to buy the package of apple turnovers in the section by the can biscuits. Does anyone know what kind of crust that would be?


Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

Thanks for the easy recipe! I love things that are easy and don't have tons of ingredients and taste good!

blessedwith5 said...

The recipe pics look yummo!

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chelle said...

These look great...I am trying them this week...

Dawn said...

Yes, these freeze great!

And, you can also fill them like little pizzas, or ham and cheese. These freeze well, too.

After I had Burrito, a friend made a bunch of these (pizza style) and brought them to us frozen for quick meals when we needed them. They were wonderful!

Valarie said...

Oh my goodness those look good. :)

Tami said...

Yummy! I will try that soon.

Melissa Lewis - Off The Wall said...

Can you hear my stomach growling from here? These look absolutely yummy! Thanks so much for sharing.

Tracy said...

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I have never made these little pies using crusts like you've shown, but I do have an EASY recipe. I fill flour tortillas with pie filling roll them up. I melt a little butter, sugar, and cinnamon and pour it over the pies. Then I bake them for about 10 minutes at 350. They are so simple and delicious and they freeze easily, too.

Anonymous said...

I am going to try it this weekend. I pick up a can of Carmel Apple Pie filling at Walmart. I plan on drizzling it with some carmel(not carmel topping because it doesn't set up)