Recipe by WALLYJ
"Warm, delectable, and aromatic - apple pockets are the perfect treat on a cold fall or winter day."
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sweet apples -- peeled, cored and thinly sliced
pinch of salt
apple pie spice
1 (15 ounce) package
prepared, unbaked pie crust, thawed
I used a box of Pillsbury pie crust. Cutting each pie crust into quarters, I was able to make 8 pockets. I used an apple peeler, corer, slicer to prepare the apples. I did, however, find I needed to cut them into smaller pieces as I was making smaller pockets. I used cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice as my "apple pie spice". Do not skip brushing with the egg mixture as that gave them a terrific shine. When I tasted the finished product my first thought, "not enough apple filling." (You couldn't fit more if you wanted to). My second thought, "this needs vanilla ice cream". My 3rd thought, "Oh my, this is fantastic!"
My husband and I agree this really needed more sugar and wasn't really as gooie as we like apple pie to be, but that is on a personal level. It turned out beautifully, nice shape and the aroma was incredible, the apple filling was good just not quite sweet enough for our tastes. Will probly try again and just alter a little. Thanks for the recipe.
Loved it! Loved it! Loved it! I really didn't get a slice but the boys did and they said it was great! I called it hybrid because I used part or Melissas Fried apple Pie recipe too by using 4 apples and simmered them with spices and some water to help along. Used cornstarch to help thicken some. Is a keeper for sure.
I made this with pilsbury prerolled pie crust, used 5 apples instead of 3, turned out amazing!! My boyfried and I ate both of them before they were able to cool!!
This was very good, it turned out exactly as they were supposed to. I changed it around a bit though. I made my own pie crust and made the pockets themselves smaller. I'm planning to use them in lunches. Very good!
Excellent for the little effort, but I think I'll need to play around with the pastry and spices to get the texture and flavour to my liking, but I can see how this could be great. I am in NZ, so we don't have pre-mixed apple pie spice or the same kind of bought pie pastry (not as good) , I used a mixture of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and allspice.
This was a pretty good recipe. I didn't have any apple pie spice on hand so I just mixed a little brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg in. Used my own crust and added a little water to the egg. I also topped with cinnamon and sugar. It's a cute idea and packed well for my husband to take to work. Could use a little lemon juice with the apple mixture. I may stick with apple pie filling recipe I usually use. Oh, I also used rice milk in place of reg milk, as my son and I can't have dairy.
I thought this was very good. I cooked the apples beforehand to make sure they were soft, and it ended up being kind of messy when trying to fold into a pocket but the finished product was delicious.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Warm Apple Pocket
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 204
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