Fall in 5 bites


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Anonymous said...

Apple Pockets from Parents magazine

Prep: 20 minutes, plus baking
Yield: 10 pies

2 Golden Delicious Apples
2 Tbs Sugar
1 tsp Cinnamon
Flour for dusting rolling surface
1 pkg refrigerated biscuits

Heat oven to 350. Peel apples & grate into a medium bowl. In a small bowl, combine sugar & cinnamon. Stir half of cinnamon sugar into grated apples. Roll each biscuit to about a 5" circle. Spoon apple mixture onto circles. Fold circles over and pinch edges to make half-moons. Place on a baking sheet. Brush pies with water and sprinkle with remaining cinnamon sugar. Bake 20 minutes.

Tips & Tricks:
I had crescent roll dough instead of biscuit dough and it worked well. I used granny smith apples, and used squares to make triangle pies instead of circles for half-moons.

How Kids Can Help:
Kids can fill pies, fold over & pinch edges. Older kids can help roll out dough.

I got this from this blog:

There's also a pumpkin french toast recipe that looks scrumptious.


Anonymous said...

Me again. Sorry!

I would just make homemade biscuit dough with this. It would certainly be a bit cheaper.


Anonymous said...

Yum! How did they turn out? Sweet or sour? Ch and No love sour and the rest of us prefer sweet. Looks fabulous!

I have a recipe for you. I'll post it in a bit.


trogonpete said...

wimmin make me fat

Katie Richins said...


They are sweet with a bit of tartness. Does that explain anything? I like sweet with tart. I don't like plain sweet. I used to like plain tart before I had kids/a 10% chance of heartburn later in the day.

I am so trying that recipe!

Trogonpete - It's just payback. What goes around comes around.

Anonymous said...

OK, this one goes straight to my Healthy Harvest tab At The Well. Those are the most saliva-provoking photos I've ever experienced.

Thanks! G of All