There is just something about fall – picking apples & pumpkins, corn mazes, football games…I love it! I especially love all the great baking that I can do…apple pies, pumpkin pies, and my latest find – apple turnovers! I originally found the recipe on Pinterest, via Frugal Homekeeping’s blog.
Look at those pretty apples! My hubby and I went apple picking in early October, and we picked A LOT, so I was searching for creative recipes with apples. We already have a great apple crisp & apple pie recipe, but didn’t have anything for breakfast…until now!
Easy Apple Turnovers
2 C peeled, finely chopped apples
1/3 C sugar
2 T flour
1/2 t cinnamon (more or less as you like)
dash of nutmeg
2 cans of refrigerated cresent rolls
1/2 C powdered sugar
2-3 t water
Heat oven to 350. Mix together first 5 ingredients; make sure the apples are well-coated in the mixture. Separate dough into triangles (should be 16 total). Spoon a rounded T of apple mixture into the middle of each triangle, and fold all sides up over the filling. Place them roughly one inch apart on baking sheets. Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes. Combine glaze ingredients & drizzle over warm rolls. Serve & enjoy!!
Don’t they look delicious?! Definitely going to be a repeat-recipe here at the Rouse House!