October 3, 2012

Fall into Flavour with Puff pastry Apple pie

Fall is the time, I like making apple pies with puff pastry. My family and I cozy up to enjoy these apple pies for dessert, snack and breakfast :) The smell of cinnamon, which is our favourite spice with soft sweet apples inside the flaky puff pastry makes these goodies irresistible. Little ones are sure to love this dessert.
To make these puff pastry apple pies you will need...
3 apples
3 tbsp brown sugar
2 slices of bread
2 tbsp flour
1 tbsp cinnamon
puff pastry
1 egg

Remove peels of the apple if you wish, and chop into pieces. Toast the bread and crumble it. Toss the apples with the bread, cinnamon, sugar and flour.
I used store bought puff pastry. Fill the pastry with the apple filling and make a wreath shape. Apply the beaten egg on top and sides of the pastry. Make slits so the air will escape and the pastries will puff well. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes in a glass baking tray lined with a baking sheet at 375F until the pastry is golden and puffed. Cool for about 10 to 15 minutes before cutting and serving. 

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  1. What a delicious recipe, your photos are mouth-watering! You are right: fall is definitely the season for apple desserts with puff pastry.

    Thanks for sharing about the FREE Yoplait offer, I'll be sure to check it out!


  2. mmm - that looks great. I think I will try that soon!

  3. This is so beautiful!! I love puff pastry!
    Have a nice day xoxo

  4. oh my gosh - that looks delicious!

  5. Okay now I'm hungry, can you email me some of that! LOL that looks delicious! I love apples baked in anything.

  6. Nice! I have puff pastry in the fridge. I plan on making apple turnovers once I get off the computer :P

  7. Looks yummy! I love cooking with puff pastry. So much yummier than pie pastry....

  8. WOW. That looked like it was from a bakery! And sounds absolutely DELISH!! <3

  9. So pretty. I think my kids would love this! Would be perfect for Christmas morning brunch!! #LMDConnector


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