Saturday, April 12, 2008

Hot Turnovers


Quartered Pie Crust
Apple Pie Filling
Ready To Bake!


2 Refrigerated/Frozen pie crust (the kind that is rolled up).
1 can. Pie Filling (Apple, Cherry, Blueberry, etc)
Milk
Powdered sugar

Repeat this step twice in order to use both pie crust (which will make 8 turnovers). Make sure the dough is thawed to room temperature. Unroll the pie crust on a lightly dusted with flour surface. With a pizza cutter, quarter the pie dough (a total of 4 wedges). Add about 1-2 Tbls. of favorite pie filling to the middle of each quarter of pie dough. Make sure you don't fill it too full, or the filling will seep out. Wet your finger and trace around the outside of each quarter. Fold over each quarter, so it's a triangular shape. Crimp the edges with fork, or my favorite handy dandy tool, the crinkle cutter from pampered chef (it crinkle cuts vege's). Make sure the edges are tightly sealed. Wipe any excess filling off the turnover. Prick an x on the top of the turnover with a fork. Bake at 375 for 20 minutes. Add the glaze mixture (add desired amount of powdered sugar and milk together, I like it a little thick)over the top of hot turnover.

Enjoy!




Although this is more of a dessert, we like to eat these for breakfast!


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