Tuesday, June 7, 2022

Caramel Apple Turnovers

 Good Day Friends!

WHOA!  Long time, eh?  I can't believe it is summer and the heat has already set in big time!  Summer fun has begun and we are already complaining about the humidity!  Dang midwesterners!

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Of all things that I could make for you, I picked something not very "summery".  These may remind you more of fall but in our house, they are served with ice cream and I just can't do ice cream except for summer.  Is that weird?  I mean, I think it might be, but it is seriously the truth.  To be completely honest, ice cream isn't really my "thing".  I like it, but could definitely live without it too!

Here is what you will need for this recipe.  It will make 4 "turnovers that aren't turned over at all!

  • 1 roll big flaky crescent rolls (refrigerated)
  • 2 apples
  • 2-3 caramels per turnover
  • Cinnamon

Preheat oven to temperature recommended on the roll of crescents.  You will also use the recommended time to back these.

Chop apples into small pieces like I did.  If you prefer just slices of apple you can do that as well, it may make sealing them easier for you.  When you are done roll out 4 of your crescent rolls and run a rolling pin over them a couple of times for maximum surface!!!  Add your apples, sprinkle cinnamon, and if you aren't using a sweet apple, sprinkle in a little brown sugar as well.  Nestle in 2 or 3 caramels, take another crescent roll and lay it on top and seal the edges with a fork.  Place onto a parchment lines cookie sheet or sprayed with nonstick cooking spray.  Just before popping them in the oven, spray with nonstick cooking spray on top, or brush with an egg wash (egg whisked with water) or melted butter.  

Place into oven for 15 minutes and smeeeellllllll-ellllll-ellllll what you been cookin'!!!  If you know, you know.........

I hope you give this a try and that you love it as much as we do!  Don't limit what you eat according to seasons, make what you like, when you like!  Need to go check my simmering bone broth.  It is only like 95 degrees, what is the big deal?

Your Chefwannabe, 

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