How To: Bake fried apple pies coated in frosting

Bake fried apple pies coated in frosting

Apple pie is one of those timeless, classic American comfort food dishes that'll always be gobbled up at the dinner table no matter what. But a big problem with such a delicious pie is that greedier eaters will eat more pie more quickly than slower eaters, which causes upset.

Solve this problem by making this fried apple pies emblazoned with crosshatched sugar glaze.

In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make Fried Apple Pies. These are also referred to as Baked Apple Turnovers. (Note: You may use any fruit that you like for pies; it doesn't have to be apples. You may also make these any size that you like!)


4 fresh, firm Granny Smith apples, peeled and sliced (You may use any tart, firm apples. This will make enough apple mixture for about 4 dozen 3 ½-inch apple turnovers.)
Pre-made refrigerated pie crust circles (Each pre-made pie crust circle will make nine 3 ½-inch turnovers. Or, you may use homemade pie crust dough of your choice.)
½ cup water
½ cup sugar
1/4 teaspoon ground allspice
Betty's All Purpose Sugar Glaze

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