Mom and I would spend quiet mornings together doing housework and errands in town.
Even when I started school it was half day so I still got another year of time alone with mom, forever tying me to her apron strings.
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Wednesday, October 19, 2011
What to do?
What to do with all of those jars of Apple Pie filling I
just got done canning. So apple season is coming to an end and I have peeled my
share of apples this year.I have made
several apple pies, several apple crisps, apple sauce and apple pie
filling.Now to use up those items that
Today’s recipe is- Apple
Puff Pastry Dough (I used Pepperidge Farm, one pkg. will
make 8) 1 Quart jar of Apple Pie Filling 1 can readymade Vanilla Whipped Frosting
Defrost puff pastry.Cut sheets into 4 equal squares.Turn so point of square is facing you.Place apple filling diagonally from one corner to the other.Fold over opposite points.Place on foil lined cookie sheet.Bake at 375 for 18-20 minutes.
Place large scoop of frosting in plastic baggie.Squeeze into corner.When Danishare cool, frost a small squiggly line across Danish.
Tips:You can use a
lot of different things as a filling. Here are a few: any pie filling, any jam
or jelly, or a mixture of cheese cake and pie filling, jam or jelly.
If you have a lot of time and wish to make your own puff
pastry dough, follow this link: to Cook. Eat. Delicious