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2 INGREDIENTS EASY FLAKY APPLE TURNOVERS

Impress your family or your guess with these Super Easy Flaky Apple Turnovers with just two ingredients. 

You know you need these easy two ingredients Flaky Apple Turnovers.  I am going to show you how to make it. 

2 INGREDIENTS EASY FLAKY APPLE TURNOVERS

2 INGREDIENTS EASY FLAKY APPLE TURNOVERS

2 INGREDIENTS EASY FLAKY APPLE TURNOVERS

These Easy Flaky Apple Turnovers recipe will probably be the easiest recipe you will ever make.  They are made using two ingredients that include puff pastry and a can of Fried Apples.  You can use Apple Pie Filling too.  I say two ingredients, but if you add an icing drizzle of confectioner’s sugar and water they are four ingredients.  However, you count the ingredients they are the BEST treat or dessert.  They are not only easy to make but super crispy with the flaky layers of puff pastry.  

Dixie Stampede

We were able to visit Dolly Parton’s Dinner Theater Dixie Stampede in August to help celebrate my oldest boys birthday.  It is great family fun each time we visit.  You can check out an earlier post I wrote about Dixie Stampede.   They serve these Flaky Apple Turnovers at Dixie Stampede, and I always save room to enjoy one.  The flaky crust with the sweet, delicious apples topped with a confectioner’s sugar icing drizzle makes a perfect dessert.  YUM!

Apple Turnovers from Dixie Stampede

I love the Apple Turnovers from Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede and these Easy Flaky Apple Turnovers I made turned out just as good.  I have tried different flavors of canned pie filling.  They are all amazing.  I will share some of my favorites soon.  These apple pie turnovers are so easy to make that you will be making them for breakfast even when you do not have much time.  They are also perfect for a quick dessert, impressing your guest, or consider making these for a crowd like Dixie Stampede.  They are sure to be a HUGE HIT.

Just a thought…  If you make these Easy Flaky Apple Turnovers for dessert, add a scoop of ice cream and some caramel sauce.  Sounds Amazing to me!

2 INGREDIENTS EASY FLAKY APPLE TURNOVERS

Easy Apple Turnovers two ingredients
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Easy Flaky Apple Turnover

Prep Time5 hrs 28 mins
Cook Time5 hrs 28 mins
Course: Breakfast/Dessert
Cuisine: American
Servings: 8 turnovers
Author: Diane @Recipesforourdailybread

Ingredients

  • 17 - 1/4 ounce package frozen puff pastry thawed
  • 21 - ounces can Fried Apple Pie Filling Walmart carries it
  • ICING:
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • Two tablespoons water

Instructions

  • Separate the puff pastry sheets.
  • Cut each pastry sheet into four squares.
  • Divide pie filling evenly between the eight pastry squares.
  • Brush the edges with water.
  • Fold them over diagonally.
  • Seal them with a fork.
  • Use a knife and make a small slit in the top of the pastry.
  • Bake on parchment paper 350 degrees.
  • Degrees for 16 to 18 minutes or until the tops are golden.
  • Blend powdered sugar and water.
  • Drizzle over turnovers.
  • Makes eight easy, delicious Apple Pie filling.

 

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9 thoughts on “2 INGREDIENTS EASY FLAKY APPLE TURNOVERS”

    • Jess,

      Thanks for stopping by and checking out my EASY Flaky Apple Turnover. I am addicted to these delicious things. I wish they were so easy to make sometimes.
      Thanks for your linkup and your support!
      Blessings,
      Diane Roark

  1. Wow, Diane, these look easy and so wonderful. I can’t wait to try them!!! I bet these would be good with pumpkin filling too.

    • Teresa,

      I made a cherry and blueberry version. I am definitely going to try a pumpkin version soon. They are just so simply to make and so extremely flaky and delicious.
      Thanks for stopping by!
      Blessings,
      Diane Roark

  2. Not going to lie, these look so easy to make and yet so yummy, too. Totally pinned and am hoping to make for dessert for us now. Thanks Diane and wishing you a wonderful weekend 🙂

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