When do you have dessert? Every day? Only on special occasions? Well, this dessert is super easy and quick to make. If you didn't know by now, I am a fan of apple pie - any form of apple pie. And this Apple Pie Puff Pastry Recipe is no different. I was trying various puff pastries recently for an upcoming bridal shower. I am helping them with desserts and accidently purchased these shells. It was a happy accident, though, since I never tried them before. And figured, what the heck, I should try them now. See how I turned these puff pastry shells into something delicious.
Apple Pie Puff Pastry Recipe Simple Ingredients:
Easy-to-Make Apple Pie Puff Pastry Recipe Instructions:
- Bake the Puff Pastry Shells according to the packaging. I used the Pepperidge Farms brand.
- Let cool a bit, and remove the center part; it will separate from the sides and will come out easily.
- Add 1 tablespoon of the filling or so to fill the inside of the shell.
- Add a dollop of whip cream on top.
- Sprinkle with cinnamon if you want.
Other filling options to add inside the Puff Pastry Recipe.
If you are sick of apple pie filling, there is a variety of other options to add to the inside of the puff pastry recipe. Below is a list of filing options.
- Cherry filling
- strawberry filling
- blackberry filling
- Raspberry filling
- Apricot filling
- blueberry filling
- key lime pie filling
Other Gluten Free options
Did you know that there are gluten-free puff pastries you can buy also? I just found them myself and had to try one. Feel free to check out this brand I found on Amazon (affiliate). It is available at Whole Foods as well.
Does it look yummy? It was devoured in our home within a matter of a few minutes. Enjoying it a little warm is like eating an open-faced apple pie. Yum. I hope you try it and share it with your friends.
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