I got this recipe for apple pie puffs from Stephanie at Stephanie’s Kitchen. I did slightly modify the recipe. It was quick and tasty. My only suggestion is not make sure you give the apple mixture plenty of time to cool.
I gave my filling an hour to cool and it was still too warm. The puff pastry dough was sticking to my counter after I put the apples on it. You just don’t want it too warm for that puff pastry dough.
I think these would also be just as good without the ice cream. They would just be like an apple turnover. I did have leftover syrup in in bowl from the apples, so I drizzled the remaining syrup over the ice cream.
This award is from when this post was first published back in October of 2008.
I can’t believe it, I just got another award. This award comes from Stephanie at Fun Foods on a Budget. Thanks Stephanie!
As part of the award, I was asked to find at least 10 more blogs, of any kind that I love to read. I was to post about the blogs I picked, linking back to them. Here is my 10 blogs.
Amy has a lot of tasty recipes. I just posted her recipe for Molly’s Rolls and I also got the recipe I posted for Oatmeal Cinnamon Zucchini Bread. That bread is now a favorite at our house. She also recently posted a recipe for Creamy Ranch Enchiladas that I have in my to try recipe folder.
I can’t believe I haven’t given them an award yet. If you know Melanie at my Kitchen Cafe, she is related to these sisters through marriage. My posts for Fiesta Chicken Pasta Salad and Crock pot Southwestern Chicken Nachos recipes came from these ladies. They always have awesome recipes.
I have to thank Emily form the Open Pantry for her recipe for Ham and Cheesy Noodle Casserole. It is now in the family favorite category at our house. I am also holding on to a recipe she posted for Raspberry Truffles. I can’t wait to try them.
Whitney recently posted recipes for Key Lime Pie and Rolo Cookies. I can’t wait to try those, especially the Rolo Cookies. Yum!
Marci had an awesome recipe she recently posted for Foil Packed Chicken Fajita Dinner. Too bad most of my family won’t eat fajitas. She also posted a recipe for Easy Peanut Butter Cookies that I need to try. It only takes 4 ingredients and is gluten free.
This site has several contributors including Sherri who use to have a blog called Kaysville Momma. I can’t wait to try Sherri’s recipe for Texas Roadhouse Rolls. If you’ve ever eaten at a Texas Roadhouse restaurant there rolls are delish. I am also holding on to a recipe that was posted by Shanna for Mandarin Orange Cake.
This site is full of recipes from all the Clouse cousins. I recently posted a recipe from Marsha for Coleslaw. Thanks again Shanna. There’s also a great recipe from Camilee for Cheesecake Lemon Bars that I am holding on to.
I have several recipes that I am holding onto from this site. It has a bunch of contributors. I can wait to try Chicken Florentine from Jamie Y and Crock pot Refried Beans from Chelsea.
I love Annemarie’s site. I have saved her recipe for Brown Sugar Chewies to try.
You have got to check out Nemmie’s site. She posted a recipe this week for Hershey’s Candy Corn Cookies using the new Hershey’s Candy Corn Kisses. They look fabulous.
- 1 sheet puff pastry from 17.3 ounce box
- 3 large apples (I used granny smith), diced
- 3 Tbsp butter
- 3 Tbsp brown sugar
- 3 Tbsp granulated sugar
- 3/4 tsp cinnamon
- 1/4 + 1/8 tsp apple pie spice
- 1 tsp cornstarch (I use 2 tsp cornstarch and water)
- 1 tsp cold water
For the top:
- 2 Tbsp melted butter
- sugar for sprinkling
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
- In a skillet, saute apples with butter, sugars, cinnamon and apple pie spice until soft, about 4 minutes. Mix cornstarch and water together and add to mixture. Cook 1 more minute. Set aside to cool (make sure you give this plenty of time to cool. I give it at least 1 hour).
Using thawed puff pastry dough, roll out onto a floured work surface and roll dough into about a 12X18 inch rectangle. Cut into 6 equal rectangles. Scoop apple filling onto the middle of the rectangle. Fold dough over and press down on all 4 sides to seal. Repeat with all rectangles.
- Place on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Brush tops with the melted butter and sprinkle with sugar.
- Bake at 375 degrees for about 20 minutes. Top with ice cream and eat while hot. (You need to pretty much serve these when they come out of the oven if you want them warm. They cool down pretty fast.) Makes 6 servings.
- Category: Dessert
- Method: Baked
- Cuisine: American