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2 INGREDIENT CHERRY TURNOVER

I am giving away a copy of Gooseberry Patch  303 Round the Clock Recipes cookbook.  This cookbook is like having three cookbooks in one. Giveaway ends November 30, 2014.

  • Breakfast & Brunch
  • Soups, Salads & Sandwiches
  • Cozy Casseroles

Gooseberry Patch gave me a cookbook to review and one to giveaway. However, the opinions expressed are my own.

YOU NEED THIS EASY TWO INGREDIENT CHERRY TURNOVER

GOOSEBERRY PATCH COOKBOOK REVIEW Giveaway

Gooseberry Patch 303 Round the Clock Recipes #giveaway #cookbook giveaway @gooseberrypatch

Cherry Turnovers with Puff Pastry – This turnover only has two ingredients.

I have fallen in love with these turnovers.  They are so simple to make I have made these turnovers often this month using several different pie fillings.  These turnovers have two ingredients that are puff pastry and pie filling.  This icing is simply powdered sugar and water.  They are flakey and full of goodness.  You will find yourself making them quickly for breakfast or dessert.  Yes, dessert!  If you top them with a little ice cream, they are the perfect dessert.  YUM!

YOU NEED THIS EASY TWO INGREDIENT CHERRY TURNOVER - GOOSEBERRY PATCH COOKBOOK REVIEW Giveaway

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Recipe type: dessert
Cuisine: American
Ingredients
  • 17 - ¼ ounce package frozen puff pastry, thawed
  • 21 ounce can cherry pie filling, drained
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • Two tablespoons water
Instructions
  1. Separate puff pastry sheets and cut each into 4 square.
  2. Divide pie filling evenly among squares.
  3. Brush pastry edges with water and folds in half diagonally.
  4. Seal and Crimp edges with a fork.
  5. With a knife, make small slits in the tops of turnovers to vent.
  6. Bake on an ungreased baking sheet at 400 degrees for 15 to 18 minutes, until puffed and golden.
  7. Let cool slightly.
  8. Blend powdered sugar and water, drizzle over warm turnovers.
  9. Makes 8.

 

Texas Toads in the Hole

Toads in a Hole called for Texas Toast and then spread butter on it.  I had trouble finding Texas Toast without butter and garlic already on it.  I was looking in the freezer section of the store and not the fresh bread section.  Do not worry about the garlic in the bread; it was surprisingly delicious.  If you cannot find plain Texas toast, try the frozen kind in the freezer section of your grocery store.  I like the holes of the toast being deeper than regular bread because I eat my eggs runny.  Because the circle cut outs in the bread are deep, I did not have any trouble with my eggs breaking.

Texas Toads in the Hole - GOOSEBERRY PATCH COOKBOOK REVIEW Giveaway

Texas Toads in the Hole #Texas toast #eggs #breakfast

  • Two tablespoons butter
  • Four slices Texas toast
  • 4 eggs
  • salt and pepper to taste
  1. Spread butter on both sides of Texas toast.
  2. Using a biscuit cutter, cut a circle out of the middle of each slice of toast.
  3. Place toast slices and toast rounds in a large skillet with the melted butter over medium heat.
  4. Break an egg into each whole.
  5. Season with salt and pepper.
  6. Cook until eggs reach the desired doneness.

 Sugarplum Bacon

YUM!  This bacon is a sweet and salty treat.  It would be perfect for a special occasion breakfast.

Sugarplum Bacon - GOOSEBERRY PATCH COOKBOOK REVIEW Giveaway

Sugarplum Bacon #bacon #sugared bacon #breakfast

  • 1/2 cup brown sugar, packed
  • One teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 pound bacon
    1. In a bowl, combine brown sugar and cinnamon.
    2. Cut each bacon slice in half crosswise.
    3. Dredge each slice in the brown sugar mixture.
    4. Twist bacon slices and place in an ungreased baking pan.
    5. I lined my baking sheet with foil.
    6. Bake at 350 degrees 15 to 20 until bacon is crispy and sugar is bubbly.
    7. Makes eight servings.

 

 

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30 thoughts on “2 INGREDIENT CHERRY TURNOVER

  1. Your review is wonderful and the recipes posted are mouthwatering. I have used Gooseberry Patch Cookbooks for years although my sister swiped almost all of them. Never leave a GBP cookbook where someone can nab it.

  2. I love Gooseberry Cookbooks! I give them as gifts, as well as use them. My favorite is an older one that I have about “from scratch” cooking.

  3. I have tried many of the recipes in m gp cookbooks. one of them is for a chocolate chip cheese ball, and it sure is delicious!!!!

  4. My Grandmother always gave me Gooseberry books for Christmas! I haven’t got a recent book in awhile and would love to add a new book to my collection. Miss you GRANDMA!

  5. I have tried several of the Gooseberry recipes now and I really don’t have one that I really like to make over the other. They are all so simple to prepare and delicious to eat.

  6. Diane, thank you for all you do to help make our lives easier. This cookbook looks great. Hope you have a great holiday season.

  7. I collect GP cookbooks, so I’ve made too many to count! Those turnovers look SO yummy, though – and I have puff pastry in the freezer, so I may have to pick up some pie filling after church!

  8. I have tried some GP recipes but at the moment I can’t remember which ones. I do know they are good and this book looks like one I’d put to good use. Thanks for the chance. Nice review!

  9. I use many Goosebery Patch recipes and love trying new obes. My family especially loves the deviled egg recipe from Cozy Kitchen and the creamy chicken and noodle slow cooker recipes.

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