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Quick and Easy Apple Turnovers

Ever wondered what to do with that spare apple or two that nobody wants, or the odd ones that fall from the tree? ┬áMy youngest came home from school, all fired up to show us what he’d made so quickly with an apple at school.

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Who am I to say no to that…..

No measurements, no being picky, this is just a pinch here and there and off you go.

I’d a block of 425g Puff Pastry, and we used about a third to a half for this.

Yield: 4-4.5 Apple Turnovers.


  • Puff Pastry – around 200g.
  • Sugar.
  • Milk.
  • 2 Small Apples or 1 Large.


  1. Roll out the pastry, to an approximate large square.

    Apple Turnovers Prep 4

  2. Cut the pastry into smaller squares, so that you have four. Tidy the edges if you feel you need to. Littlest had made a couple of his more of a rectangle, so we had to fiddle around with it a bit at the stuffing stage.

    Apple Turnovers Prep 3

  3. Peel, core and chop the apple, then divide it up into your pastry pieces, in the centre.

    Apple Turnovers Prep 2

  4. Fold the squares over, point to point, then press down on the edges with a fork.

    Apple Turnovers Prep 1

  5. Brush the tops with milk, then sprinkle on sugar before piercing the turnovers.  Then, simply bake in pre-heated over at 220 Degrees, or following your own pastry pack advice, for around 15 minutes.

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