These puff pastry apple turnovers taste just like mini apple pies and are easy to make. The filling is slightly sweet with only a touch of tartness and the outside is nice and flaky.
Puff Pastry Apple Turnover Tips:
- I recommend using pre-rolled puff pastry to save time. If your grocery store doesn’t offer pre-rolled puff pastry (found in the freezer section), you can roll out the traditional block-shaped puff pastry into two 10-inch squares.
- Use a wide spatula to transfer turnovers to a large baking sheet.
- Dip your fork in flour if it starts to stick to the pastry when crimping the edges.
- If you don’t have parchment paper, grease your baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray or butter.
- Defrost puff pastry at room temperature for 2 hours, or overnight in the fridge.
- The trick to working with puff pastry is keeping it cold until you’re ready to use it.