Apple Pastry


This little idea popped into my head tonight.  I didn’t have to time to make an apple pie for dessert; so I thought to myself what else could be an easy little fix.  Well I decided to take some frozen pastry dough, granny smith apples, egg (for eggwash), sugar, cinnamon and water.  After it was all done is when I used a fig preserve to top it off.  The combo was divine and done in 20 minutes, and the flakyness of the pastry was so crisp.  You can pretty much add any toppings to something like this, from peaches to pears or different perserves.  The only thing I kicked myself in the butt for missing was a scoop of vanilla ice cream.  Enjoy!



12 Comments Add yours

  1. LizForADay says:

    I love easy and I also love apples. I will have to keep this one in my pocket. 🙂

  2. Great recipe! Frozen pastry dough is a life saver this time of year.

  3. This looks amazing. My husband had dinner at Buco de Beppo on the strip in KC this weekend and had a crostada with apples that blew my mind! Have you ever made anything like that? I’ve been looking for a recipe.

    1. Yes I actually have made that before for a party, I will have to make that again and post it up. This is just the easier version. 🙂

    1. Thank you, Glad you like it. 🙂

  4. Yummy…..I’m changing your name……Yummy-Girl

  5. Tom Belte says:

    Simple ! I love a bit of apple and pastry with some spice, would go well all year round too ! May also do this myself with 2 Bramley Apples I have in the fridge.

    1. You should (haha) let me know how it turns out and I agree its an easy year around thing. 😉

  6. Granny Cakes says:

    this sounds delicious! Going to have to try it. Its sounds just easy enough for me. lol! Glad I found this site. I just started blogging and am looking for links to sites like this.

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