Homemade vegan apple turnovers are one of the most delicious and easiest things to make. You can make this apple turnover recipe in no time, as these are easy apple turnovers to make. And you can bet that everyone will enjoy!
We often make these vegan apple turnovers when we have leftover apple filling from our vegan apple pie! Or as a tasty and quick dessert.
Recipe Apple Turnovers
What do you need for this vegan apple turnovers recipe? Puff pastry, apples, cinnamon, sugar, and raisins. Optionally you can also use soy milk. The soy milk makes the apple turnovers brown better. But these homemade apple turnovers are also fine without soy milk.
Instead of apples, you can also vary with other fruits, don’t just stick with apples!
You can also use pieces of (dried) peach or apricot instead of raisins. Or add some walnuts! This gives an extra bite to the apple turnover. Chop them and add them to the filling.
Which Apples For Apple Turnovers?
Make sure you have sweet and sour apples. Remove the cores from the apples and cut them into small cubes. You can also peel the apples if you prefer.
How to Make Apple Turnovers
As we said before, making vegan apple turnovers is very easy and delicious!
Make sure the oven is preheated and the puff pastry slices are thawed. Cut the apples into small cubes (optional: peel the apples), and put the raisins in water. Then mix the apple cubes and raisins with cinnamon and sugar.
Scoop the apple turnover filling onto puff pastry slices and fold so you make a triangle.
Brush the apple turnovers with soy milk if you want them to brown better. Sprinkle them with extra sugar (optional).
Vegan Apple Turnovers
Making apple turnovers vegan is not difficult! And if you use vegan puff pastry, this is a vegan apple turnover recipe.
Use soy milk on the apple turnovers to make them nicely brown.
How To Store Apple Turnovers
Of course, the apple turnovers are best to eat right after you baked them. They are tasty both cold and warm.
If you want to store the apple turnovers, let them cool down first and then put them in a closed container. Leave them out of the fridge and you can keep them for about 2 days.
Freezing apple turnovers is also possible. Let them cool down first, then pack them airtight and then you can keep them for 3 months. It is also possible not to bake the dough yet and only bake it when you want to eat it!
Reheating apple turnovers is easy! You can bake the apple turnovers in a preheated oven (390° F/200° C). 5 minutes is enough to bake them crispy. Do you want to heat up frozen apple turnovers? Heat them up frozen in about 10 minutes at 390° F (200° C).
- 10 slices puff pastry
- 2 sweet and sour apples
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 2 tbsp sugar (or 1 tbsp agave syrup)
- 1/4 cup raisins (40 grams)
- extra sugar, soy milk (optional)
- Preheat the oven to 390° F (200° C)
- Defrost the puff pastry slices.
- Well the raisins in water. Then pat dry with kitchen paper.
- Peel and cut the apple into small pieces. Mix with the raisins, cinnamon and sugar.
- Put about 2 spoons of the apple mixture onto each slice of puff pastry (without plastic), fold them so that you have a triangle and place on a lined baking tray.
You can make the edges wet with a little water so that they seal better. If necessary, press the edges extra tight with a fork.
- Brush the apple turnovers with soy milk if you want them to brown more. Sprinkle them with extra sugar if necessary.
- Bake the apple turnovers for 15-25 minutes.
Vary with fruit! You can also use pieces of (dried) peach or apricot instead of raisins. Or add some chopped walnuts!
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