“I had a package of puff pastry in my freezer and mentioned to a friend that I’d like to make apple turnovers,” notes Coleen Cavallaro of Oak Hill, New York. “She shared a recipe that I adapted for the puff pastry. These turnovers were a big hit on my first try!”
These traditional apple turnovers are tender and flaky, with apple pie-like filling and a thin, white glaze. I freeze the extras and warm them up in the microwave. They're great with coffee. —Dorothy Bayes, Sardis, Ohio
I uses refrigerated biscuits to assemble these turnovers in a jiffy. They also have a easy filling made with chopped apples and applesauce which tastes delicious. Sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar, these golden treats get rave reviews!Robin Stevens, Cadiz, Kentucky
I'm almost finished writing my own cookbook. When I was working on the apple section, I knew I had to submit this recipe for the contest. With the flaky turnovers and rich sauce, it outshines every other apple recipe I make!
-Leora Muellerleile, Turtle Lake, Wisconsin
For an old-fashioned apple pastry without all the leftovers, try this recipes. My mother made this all the years she lived alone. Now I make it for myself or my husband as a sweet treat.Phyllis Fahey, Fergus Falls, Minnesota
Every Saturday our family would go to Grandma Rose's house for a great home-cooked meal. Best of all, though, were the treats she'd send over midweekespecially her homemade turnovers. She never followed a recipe, but this dessert comes very close.